China tries to flip the pandemic script, starring a 'reborn' Wuhan
The PR blitz plays out daily in comments by Chinese officials and lavish s...
Families from Wuhan try to sue local government, accuse China of blocking their Covid lawsuits
The families accuse the Wuhan and Hubei provin...
"The nation which unleashed this plague": Donald Trump demands UN hold China to account for coronavirus
Trump reiterated that the Chinese deliberately hid what they knew about the virus after it had been first detected in Wuhan last year, allowing it to spread. He also repeated his accusation that the World Health Organization, an arm of the United Nations, is controlled by Beijing and abetted its early inaction, which China and the WHO have denied.
How China brought nearly 200 million students back to school amid Covid
In many ways, China is applying its characteristic heavy-handed model to reopen schools that it has used to bring the virus under control. To stop the epidemic, authorities imposed harsh lockdowns and deployed invasive technologies to track residents, raising public anger in some places and concerns about the erosion of privacy and civil liberties.
China asks Indian students to stay in touch with their Chinese colleges for info to return
Over 23,000 Indian students studied different courses in Chinese universities and colleges of which over 21,000 were enrolled to study MBBS, according to last year's data.
China shows off Covid-19 vaccines for the first time, makers stay hopeful
China, which is facing a storm of foreign criticism over its early handling of the pandemic, has been trying to repurpose the story of Covid-19. Neither of the vaccines has hit the market yet but the makers hope they will be approved
90% of recovered COVID-19 patients in Wuhan suffering from lung damage: Report
A team at the Zhongnan Hospital of Wuhan University finds that the recovered patients' immune systems have showed a low level of B cells which is a primary force for killing viruses but a high level of T cells which only recognise viral antigens outside infected cells.
China has been conducting experiments of dangerous pathogens with Pakistan since 2015: Report
According to the report written by Anthony Klan, Wuhan scientists are believed to have been conducting research into deadly pathogens in Pakistan since 2015, after revelations surfaced last month that China and Pakistan have entered into a secret three-year agreement to expand potential bio-warfare capabilities.
Six months after 'viral pneumonia', Wuhan returning to normal, with masks
Traffic on the roads is increasing and people are shopping in markets and returning to work in offices, where additional measures are in place such as temperature screening. In Beijing, which has reported seven new cases on each of the last two days, residents spoke of inconvenience, not fear.
Trump says America's attitude towards China 'changed greatly' since Covid-19 hit US
Last month, Trump said that China must be held fully accountable for its "secrecy, deception and cover-up" that allowed the coronavirus to spread all over the world. China has denied the allegations.
There may never be a 'silver bullet' for COVID-19, WHO warns
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and WHO emergencies head Mike Ryan exhorted all nations to rigorously enforce health measures such as mask-wearing, social distancing, hand-washing and testing.
Escalating feud: United States, China consulate closures deal losses to both nations
For the United States, the loss of the Chengdu mission in southwestern China will, among other things, cloud its view of Tibet, a region where Buddhist residents say Beijing is eroding its culture and its traditional independent streak. China says Tibet has been its territory for centuries.
News of Chinese lab creating 'anthrax-like pathogens' in Pakistan 'fake': Foreign Office
The Wuhan Institute of Virology has drawn the international spotlight in recent months because the novel coronavirus is thought to have originated in Wuhan.