Beijing/Lhasa: The Chinese government's Zero Covid policy has turned the lives of Tibetans miserable, where the viral infection has witnessed a surge in recent times.
Beijing: China's manufacturing sector has been hit hard and the outlook remains bleak amid a continuing onslaught of the coronavirus and power shortages caused by record heatwaves.
Washington/Beijing: Optimism about the future business outlook in China has dropped to a record low according to an annual membership survey from the US-China Business Council, an organization representing more than 270 US companies that do business in China.
Shanghai: China's electric consumption has increased amid record heat waves, forcing manufacturing activity to come to a halt.
Beijing: Several Japanese production facilities have started moving out of China as Beijing continues to follow its Zero COVID-19 policy and even the friction on the Taiwan straits heightening tension in the region.
Lhasa: Chinese authorities have shut down the iconic Potala Palace in Tibet after a minor outbreak of COVID-19 was reported in the Himalayan region, media reports said on Wednesday.
Beijing: The Chinese city of Huludao is feeling the heat of COVID-19 on local health systems with local authorities saying debts were rising far faster than their capacity to repay them.
Beijing: Elderly citizens in China are being neglected by the authorities despite the detection of the new Omicron subvariant of Covid-19 recently in the country.
Beijing: Reuters reports that Chinese health regulators have authorized TCM medications, including the Lianhua-Qingwen capsules, for use by Covid patients despite a lack of valid clinical evidence.
Beijing: The Chinese authorities have announced that the lockdown restrictions imposed due to recent surge in Covid-19 cases on businesses in Shanghai, its biggest city, will be lifted from Wednesday.
Beijing: China, which is witnessing a tough fight against COVID-19, has imposed a de facto international travel ban that forbids citizens from going overseas for "non-essential" reasons.
Shanghai: Account of Wang Sicong, son of Chinese property tycoon Wang Jianlin and an influencer on Weibo with 40 million followers, has been removed from social media platforms after he slammed the Chinese government over the state-sanctioned medicine for treating Covid-19 and even the implementation of mandatory testing policy in Shanghai.
Taipei: Taiwan President Su Tseng-chang on Sunday slammed China for imposing a "cruel" lockdown and said that Taipei would instead tackle the surge in Covid cases with a new approach.
Beijing: The Chinese government entities, which are closely connected to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, are deliberately creating Covid-style pathogens that experts say have the potential to wipe out much of humanity.
Beijing: The Chinese mainland reported 1,366 new locally-transmitted Covid-19 infections on Sunday, the National Health Commission said Monday.