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Vacations within China over Lunar New Year break surge after lifting of Covid-19 curbs

By MediaIntel.Asia

Beijing: The number of people making trips inside China over the week-long Lunar New Year holiday surged 74% from last year after authorities scrapped COVID-19 curbs that had stifled travel for three years, media reported on Saturday.
An estimated 226…

NIH didn’t track U.S. funds going to Chinese virus research, watchdog finds

By ChinaPulse.com

The Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan, China, in 2021. (Hector Retamal/AFP via Getty Images)
The National Institutes of Health failed to provide adequate oversight of an American organization that funded controversial research at the Wuhan Institute…

Call for China to release protesters detained in demonstrations against zero-Covid policy

By ChinaPulse.com

A protest in Beijing, China in November 2022. Human Rights Watch has called for the immediate release of everyone who was detained in connection with demonstrations against China’s zero-Covid policy. Photograph: Mark R Cristino/EPA
A number of pe…

China: Xinjiang officials urge hospitals to use traditional Uyghur medicine to treat COVID-19

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Western Xinjiang’s top government officials have urged hospitals to start using traditional Uyghur medicine to treat patients amid surging COVID cases in the region, Washington, D.C. based non-profit news service Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported. Accord…

Adapting Stephen King’s The Stand: How The 2020 Miniseries Adds To The Legacy Of The Apocalypse-Centric Epic

By ChinaPulse.com

Even after the success of The Stand miniseries in 1994, Hollywood refused to give up on the dream of turning Stephen King’s apocalyptic epic into a feature film, and it was a little over a decade ago that the effort hit a high gear.…
This data co…

Why China’s economy faces a difficult road to recovery

By ChinaPulse.com

GUANGZHOU – Three weeks after Xi Jinping, China’s top leader, tried to reinvigorate China’s stalled economy by abruptly abandoning his stringent pandemic restrictions, he struck an upbeat note in his annual New Year’s Eve address.…
This dat…

Beijing plunged back into ‘world’s strictest lockdown’ as Covid soars & China crushes dissent after iPhone factory riots

By MediaIntel.Asia

CHINA has ordered several cities including Beijing back into lockdown, state media has reported.
The move comes after workers at the world’s biggest iPhone factory battled police over pay and lockdown conditions.
3 The city of Zhengzhou has seen fight…

China announces first COVID-19 death in 6 months

By ChinaPulse.com

BEIJING — China on Sunday announced its first new death from COVID-19 in nearly half a year as strict new measures are imposed in Beijing and across the country to ward against new outbreaks.…
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COVID-19: China announces first coronavirus death in nearly six months as it battles outbreaks

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China has announced its first death from COVID-19 in nearly six months as tough new measures are imposed in Beijing and across the country as it battles outbreaks.
The death of the 87-year-old man in the country’s capital was the first reported b…

COVID-19: China announces first coronavirus death in nearly six months as it battles outbreaks

By MediaIntel.Asia

China has announced its first death from COVID-19 in nearly six months as tough new measures are imposed in Beijing and across the country as it battles outbreaks.
The death of the 87-year-old man in the country’s capital was the first reported by the…