China allows 1 WSJ reporter in Wuhan to stay until outbreak ends: FM

The Chinese Foreign Ministry confirmed on Tuesday that one of the three Wall Street Journal (WSJ) journalists whose press credentials were revoked last week is in Wuhan, the COVID19 outbreak epicenter, and the journalist has been allowed to stay until the situation is feasible to leave China.

No signs of anti-China wave in Japan: Chinese embassy in Japan

China is making progress in its fight against COVID-19, while the epidemic in Japan, South Korea and Italy is increasingly severe. Some have claimed that Chinese people have been discriminated ...

Western politicians and media use Yellow Peril stereotype to smear China amid epidemic

A slew of "China threat" theory has been revamped in the Western world as some political, business and media sectors use the COVID-19 epidemic to smear China's image with the ...

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Source: Global Times | 2020/1/22 21:15:00

China's newly recovered coronavirus patients outnumber new infections for 8th day

China's daily number of newly cured and discharged novel coronavirus patients has surpassed that of new infections for the eighth consecutive day, the National Health Commission said Wednesday.
Source: Xinhua | 2020/2/26 10:41:05

Xi says China makes positive contributions to global public health security

Upholding the spirit of a community with a shared future for mankind, China has not only been doing its best to protect the lives and health of its own people, but made positive contributions to safeguarding global public health security, Chinese President Xi Jinping said Tuesday in a phone call with Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Source: Xinhua | 2020/2/26 7:30:41

China has changed course of COVID-19 outbreak through pragmatic approach: WHO expert

China has changed the course of COVID-19 outbreak, Bruce Aylward, an epidemiologist who led an advance team from the World Health Organization (WHO), said here on Tuesday, noting a rapidly escalating outbreak in China has plateaued and come down faster than previously expected.
Source: Xinhua | 2020/2/26 7:14:55

6-year-old found beside grandfather's dead body during Hubei epidemic control visit

A 6-year-old opened the door for visiting officials who were on a routine body temperature run in Shiyan, Hubei Province on Monday amid community efforts to battle the novel coronavirus outbreak and to their surprise, the only company the child had was the dead body of his 70-year-old grandfather.
Source: | 2020/2/26 6:37:14

Chinese governments and employers protect migrant workers, disproving New York Times' slander

Chinese employees, enterprises and regional governments have slammed a New York Times article, which claimed the country's migrant workers are "discriminated against" and getting little help during the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.
Source: | 2020/2/26 6:21:55

Party theory learning app upgrades services amid COVID-19 outbreak

A Party theory learning application in China has introduced a series of new features in a themed COVID-19 prevention section, offering online services for users to study, shop, hold group conferences and get medical care at home.
Source: | 2020/2/26 2:11:22

Chinese in S.Korea deny anti-China sentiment while confirmed cases soar

Chinese people living in South Korea have shown an understanding about the need for prevention measures while denying there's an anti-China sentiment in the country, where COVID-19 infection cases have risen sharply in the past few days.
Source: | 2020/2/26 1:06:21

Flights between China and S. Korea expected to continue amid COVID-19 outbreak, but reduced

The COVID-19 outbreak has reduced the number of flights between China and South Korea, resulting in higher operating costs for existing airlines and increased fares. Analysts said that higher fares are a natural market adjustment and although prices may increase in the future, flights between the two countries will continue.
Source: | 2020/2/26 0:39:06

Chinese remind India about virus prevention as massive welcome ceremony is held to welcome Trump

US President Donald Trump's visit to India has become a hot topic among Chinese social media network, as the massive welcome ceremony packed more than 100,000 at a cricket stadium has impressed many Chinese.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/26 0:18:40

Expats from Japan, South Korea appeal for concerted efforts against COVID-19

Japan faces a rapid expansion of COVID-19 if there are no special measures to prevent the spread of the deadly disease, a 36-year old Japanese national in Shanghai told the Global Times on Tuesday.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/26 0:02:38

Cities tighten measures against import virus spread

Several Chinese cities raised their alert and implemented strict entry measures on Tuesday by asking all foreign visitors to undergo quarantine amid rising fears of the fast-spreading outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Japan and South Korea, aiming to prevent overseas cases of infection.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/25 23:58:40

Discrimination not true voice in Italy amid COVID-19: overseas Chinese

Amid rising levels of COVID-19 infection in Italy in the past few days, suspected cases of discrimination against Chinese and Asian people in Italy have been reported, though many living in the country believe these cases are not representative of the true voice of Italian people.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/25 23:03:40