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One year ago, Wuhan began its lockdown which ended up lasting for 76 days. During the lockdown, 11 million people stopped traveling and 42,600 medical workers arrived in Hubei to fight the epidemic.
By Guo Zhimin | 2021/1/22 21:01:39
  • Ten sanctioned US politicians from the Trump era

    Immediately following the departure of the Trump admin, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced sanctions on 28 US politicians. The first name list has 10 people including Mike Pompeo, Robert O'Brien, and John Bolton. Check out this graphic to learn about their misdeeds:

    By Global Times | 2021/1/21 17:24:41
  • US State Secretary Mike Pompeo's lowlights

    Today marks Pompeo's last day as US State Secretary. Let's review the "political viruses" that Pompeo has spread throughout his tenure and some other outrageous comments by the US' worst-ever secretary of state:

    By Global Times | 2021/1/20 21:16:00
  • Chinese COVID-19 vaccine procurement around the world

    Chinese #COVID19 vaccines have already received a large number of orders from all over the world. As of Jan 17, 18 countries and regions had purchased vaccines from #Sinovac and #Sinopharm. For more details, check out the graphic:

    By Global Times | 2021/1/19 18:07:21
  • China's exports of anti-epidemic supplies in 2020

    China's exports of anti-epidemic supplies in 2020.Infographic: GT

    By Global Times | 2021/1/14 22:02:49
  • FACT CHECK: US slanderous claims of "China's coercive tactics"

    Listing Chinese media as "foreign missions," slandering Confucius Institutes as "threats to national security." In the final days of Trump administration, US State Department under Mike Pompeo has increased China-smearing. Check out the infographic to learn about the facts:

    By Global Times | 2021/1/13 20:04:57
  • US wrongly accuses China of military aggression

    The US wrongly accuses China of seeking military aggression in the Indo-Pacific region in a recent report by the US state department. The fact is that China acts with restraint and works with neighboring countries to settle disputes via diplomatic channels.

    By Global Times | 2021/1/12 20:50:45
  • Fact Check: US slanders China for 'predatory economic practices'

    US State Department released a report slandering China as a threat to global peace and stability through "predatory economic practices." In reality, China strictly follows its WTO commitments; it's the US that holds more cases as a respondent in WTO. Check out the infographic for more:

    By Global Times | 2021/1/12 19:07:28
  • US' stained record on human rights

    At a press conference Mon, a Xinjiang official refuted lies by the US and other Western countries including "forced labor" and "genocide of Uygurs" in Xinjiang, saying the US itself has a stained human rights record. Check out the info to know more:

    By Global Times | 2021/1/12 10:28:40
  • Residents in Xinjiang have normal and free communication with their overseas relatives

    Some Xinjiang separatists living overseas hyped the topic of "missing Uygurs" to accuse Xinjiang of "mass detention" of Uygurs and other ethnic groups in the region, claiming they have "gone missing" or have "lost contact" with their relatives in Xinjiang. FACTS check:

    By Global Times | 2021/1/11 16:59:30
  • Progress of the world's COVID-19 vaccination

    The world is in a race to get vaccinated – some countries are doing better than others. How many people have received a dose so far? Check out the infographic for the world's vaccination progress:

    By Global Times | 2021/1/8 21:11:58
  • Dose Xinjiang really have a 'forced sterilization' policy?

    The far-right, evangelical Adrian Zenz claims China's Xinjiang imposes a “forced sterilization” policy. But, according to Xinjiang's family planning policy, the region's young people actually enjoy the freedom to marry & have children. Check out the chart for more:

    By Global Times | 2021/1/7 17:44:33
  • The new wave of COVID-19 spreading in China

    From Jan 2 to Jan 5, N China's Hebei Province reported 39 COVID-19 cases and 86 asymptomatic cases. This new wave has attacked four Chinese provinces. In response, China has allocated one high-risk area and 49 medium-risk areas. Check out this chart for more details:

    By Global Times | 2021/1/6 17:25:46
  • Five lies of Adrian Zenz's report on Xinjiang

    Xinjiang University released a report on Xinjiang's population in response to a report by far-right, evangelical “scholar” Adrian Zenz. XJU's data addresses (and ultimately discounts) five lies written in Zenz's report. Check out the chart for more detail on XJU's findings:

    By Global Times | 2021/1/6 9:51:28
  • China's foreign minister continues the 31-year tradition of making Africa first overseas destination of the new year

    China's foreign minister continues the 31-year tradition of making Africa first overseas destination of the new year

    By Global Times | 2021/1/4 23:02:48
  • COVID-19 vaccinations in China

    COVID-19 vaccines from China's Sinopharm recently started to be administered to key populations in Beijing and Shandong. 73,537 vaccine doses were administered in Beijing from Jan 1 to 2. Who can receive a vaccine? How long do the antibodies last? Check the info to learn more:

    By Global Times | 2021/1/4 19:18:20
  • Global confidence in COVID-19 vaccines

    Among 15,700 online interviewees from 31 countries and regions, 60% think a successful vaccine for COVID-19 will become widely available in their country; and China ranks first with 89%, according to Ipsos Global Advisor 2021 Predictions. Check out the infographic to learn more:

    By Global Times | 2020/12/28 20:25:29
  • How Chinese people see the world ?

    A new Global Times poll has shown that over 70 percent of respondents believe that "wolf warrior diplomacy" is the diplomatic attitude that China should take, with 78 percent of interviewees believing that China's global image has improved in recent years.

    By Global Times | 2020/12/25 18:22:23
  • From follower to leader: China's transport development

    With the world's longest high-speed railway and postal services that reach every remote village, China has built a comprehensive transportation network and completed a "giant leap" from being a follower to a leader in the world's transport technology.

    By Chen Xia | 2020/12/22 22:46:58
  • Quotes from renowned China scholar Ezra Vogel

    Ezra Vogel, Professor Emeritus at Harvard University and leading American scholar on East Asian affairs, died at the age of 90 on Sun (local time). Global Times listed some of his recent key quotes on various issues including China-US relations, Hong Kong, Taiwan and coronavirus response.

    By Global Times | 2020/12/22 17:06:20
  • Energy in China's New Era: White Paper

    Historic Achievement in energy development

    By Global Times | 2020/12/21 23:11:19
  • China marches into new era with two aircraft carriers

    China's second aircraft carrier, the Shandong, on Sunday sailed through the Taiwan Straits and entered the South China Sea for exercises, after just celebrating its first anniversary of entering the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy on Thursday and reportedly wrapping up its third voyage of the year for testing and training a few days earlier, as military observers believe the Shandong is about to reach initial operational capability. With the Shandong and the country's first aircraft carrier the Liaoning ready for combat, China's dual aircraft carrier strike group is no longer just a concept, analysts said.

    By Global Times | 2020/12/21 18:58:39
  • How much will COVID-19 vaccines cost?

    As more and more countries roll out mass vaccination programs, regular folks are getting one-step-closer to inoculation — but how much will it cost? Check out the infographic to see a breakdown of different vaccine prices:

    By Global Times | 2020/12/16 18:59:52
  • Mask of the world's top human rights violator

    On the occasion of World Human Rights Day, the US points its fingers again at the human rights in China while turning a blind eye to its own problems. Check out the infographic to see some of US' infamous human rights abuse records:

    By Global Times | 2020/12/10 21:59:50
  • How to Measure Mt Qomolangma

    China and Nepal, the two countries whose border the world's highest peak straddles, jointly announced the "historic" new calculation of the height of Mount Qomolangma – 8,848.86 meters. How was the new height measured? Experts gave their answers.

    By Global Times | 2020/12/8 23:42:15
  • Mass vaccination around the world

    As the production capacity of COVID-19 vaccine increases, more and more countries roll out their plan for mass vaccination. Check out the infographic to see the detailed schedule:

    By Global Times | 2020/12/7 20:41:22
  • US-China tensions gain global prominence: GT poll

    The poll gathered 16,431 responses from 16 countries, including China, the US, the UK, France, Russia, Spain, South Korea, Japan, India and South Africa.

    By Global Times | 2020/12/5 14:20:19
  • Flags on the moon

    The Chinese flag that Chang'e-5 displayed officially became the first and only fabric national flag that has ever been placed on the moon in the 21st century, reminding epic moments of Apollo missions and inspiring today's generations to make brave endeavors to space.

    By Deng Zijun | 2020/12/3 23:50:36
  • Scooping up soil from the moon

    Chang'e-5 is about to bring back the "youngest" sample ever from a part of the Moon which has never been visited. Check out the infographic for a history of “scooping up soil from the moon”:

    By Global Times | 2020/12/2 20:25:09
  • Key events in Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou's case

    Huawei's chief executive officer Meng Wanzhou was arrested at Vancouver International Airport on December 1, 2018 at the request of the US, and faces fraud charges. After the US Department of Justice formally announced it would pursue the case on January 22, 2019, the legal battle began.

    By Global Times | 2020/11/30 18:51:52
  • Track virus

    Editor's Note: Since China's General Administration of Customs reported the discovery of novel coronavirus on three batches of frozen products imported from Ecuador for the first time in July, more than 40 similar cases have been reported in about 16 provinces and regions in China.

    By Global Times | 2020/11/30 18:34:24
  • Xinjiang debunks satellite images 'evidence' of 'detention centers'

    Xinjiang provides on-site photos to debunk ASPI's satellite images showing so-called 'evidence' of 'detention centers,' shedding light on how foreign organizations produce sensational 'reports' on #Xinjiang to attack China and misinform the public.

    By Global Times | 2020/11/28 14:59:01
  • Achievements of China's poverty alleviation by 2020

    The last 9 of 832 national-level poor counties in China were taken off the poverty list on Monday, realizing the country's poverty alleviation goal on schedule in 2020. Check out the infographic to see what China has achieved during the years

    By Global Times | 2020/11/25 23:33:49
  • China's lunar probe mission

    The Long March-5 Y5 carrier rocket commissioned for the Chang'e-5 lunar mission has started fuel injection, and is set to launch the probe on Tue between 4-5 am: China National Space Administration

    By Global Times | 2020/11/23 23:01:08
  • Timeline: US' hostile policies toward China

    Smearing COVID-19 came from a lab in Wuhan, imposing visa restrictions on Chinese students, officials and employees, and asking China to close its Consulate General in Houston; in 2020, the US has suppressed China more than 10 times. Does it still look like a world super power?

    By Global Times | 2020/7/24 11:51:37