10 killed in China hotel collapse

At least 10 people were killed in the collapse of Chinese hotel that was being used to isolate people who had arrived from other parts of

The Buzz | Grindr’s China owner sells gay dating app for $600 million

The Chinese owner of gay dating app Grindr has reached a deal to offload one of the world’s largest LGBT social platforms, a year after U.S. regulators pressed

Mission Hubei: 57 Macau residents arrived at Taipa airport

Fifty-seven Macau residents, out of a total of 31 households, have arrived safely today (Saturday) at the Taipa airport at around 6:20pm. They all have already completed medical examinations, measured body

US cruise ship in limbo as anti-virus controls spread

BEIJING — Officials in California were deciding today (Saturday) where to dock a cruise ship with 21 coronavirus cases aboard and four U.S. universities canceled in-person classes as Western countries

Local advisor wants to spread communist Lei Feng Spirit in town

Lei Feng Spirit, one of the core symbols of nationwide propaganda of mainland China, has been proposed into Macau. Lei Feng joined the People’s Liberation Army of Mainland China and the

China’s factories try to shield workers as output revives

To keep his 40 employees indoors and away from China’s virus outbreak, the manager of an electronics factory in Dongguan, near Hong Kong, says he hired a cook and arranged

Hong Kong | Dogs, cats can’t pass on coronavirus, but can test positive

Pet cats and dogs cannot pass the new coronavirus on to humans, but they can test positive for low levels of the pathogen if they catch it from their owners. That’s

The Latest: Swiss officials confirm first coronavirus death

5:30 p.m. Authorities in Switzerland say a 74-year-old woman infected with COVID-19 has died, the first death due to the new virus reported in the country. The Federal Office of Public Health

China’s schools, forced online by virus, run into censors

Less than 30 minutes into a lecture on bioinformatics, Chu Xinjian’s class was abruptly cut short. It was the first day of an unusual semester. Across China, schools

The Buzz | Coronavirus: Chinese app WeChat censored virus content since Jan 1

China’s most popular messaging app has been censoring key words about the coronavirus outbreak from as early as January 1, a report has found. Toronto-based research group

Virus crisis spreads in Iran, ebbs in China; G7 vows resolve

The coronavirus spread deep into Iran’s government, South Korea ramped up its fight against the epidemic by starting drive-thru testing, and seven major economies tried

Beijing denounces US cap on reporter numbers as prejudicial

China yesterday denounced a move by the Trump administration to cap the number of Chinese state-run media journalists who can work in the United States as

Virus fuels dread and angst even as China sees signs of hope

The number of new virus cases in China dropped to its lowest level in six weeks yesterday and hundreds of patients at the outbreak’s

The Buzz | China manufacturing slumps as anti-virus controls bite

China’s manufacturing plunged in February as anti-virus controls shut down the world’s second-largest economy, but companies are confident activity will revive following government stimulus efforts, according to two

Macau to repatriate 50 residents from China’s Hubei Province

THE Macau government will start the repatriation of Macau residents from Hubei Province this coming weekend, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center announced yesterday, alongside the details of the

Hong Kong tycoon Lai arrested in fresh crackdown on activists

Hong Kong media tycoon and a prominent democracy advocate Jimmy Lai, who has long denounced as a traitor by Chinese state media, was among activists swept up in a fresh

Officials: Chinese industry recovering, more aid coming

Small, mostly private companies that are the engine of China’s economy are back to operating at one-third of normal levels after anti-virus controls shut factories, shops and restaurants, regulators said

Xinhua Analysis: China’s governance capacity, system strength highlighted by int’l observers

Observers around the world said Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech on Sunday has demonstrated the country’s governance capacity and social system strength in its fight against the COVID-19. In his speech,

Hong Kong unveils HKD10,000 handout as part of stimulus package

Hong Kong’s government unveiled a budget packed with giveaways including a one-time cash handout that economists said isn’t likely to spur growth, as the city struggles to stabilize an economy

Gov’t to spend millions promoting rule of law after protests

Hong Kong’s government will launch a multi-million dollar campaign to promote the rule of law after public trust in the government plummeted following months of violent pro-democracy protests and criticism over

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