The pandemic has changed our daily routines and the way we interact with our environments may never be the same.
Beijing joined forces with local authorities to offer Hongkongers a free Covid-19 Universal Community Testing Programme. Was it a success?
How Shenzhen surpassed Hong Kong and became the hi-tech capital of China.
Curated by SCMP's infographics team, the collection covers interactive charts and images of the coronavirus' cases, symptoms, preventive measures and economic stimulus packages.
Despite China’s best efforts the coronavirus outbreak has spread rapidly around the world. Many cities in Hubei province remain in lockdown and an increasing number of international flights to China have been suspended.
Brush up on a year of protests, US-China trade war, Brexit and more with SCMP’s award-winning infographics team.
The Hong Kong protests have roiled the city since June. Explore the history behind what happened this collection of timelines, graphics and visual stories
Hongkongers have taken to the streets to demonstrate against the extradition bill in huge numbers. The protesters and the government are in no mood to compromise and police have found themselves thrust into the front line
Sport climbing is an eye-catching addition to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, with athletes putting on gravity-defying exhibitions of dexterity, strength, endurance and problem-solving using only their bodies.
You can either graze or binge your way through the wealth of information contained in lavishly illustrated Taschen volume Food & Drink Infographics; its subtitle, A Visual Guide to Culinary Pleasures, is surprisingly apt.
The name might be unfamiliar, but you will most likely recognise John Heartfield's pioneering use of photomontage when you thumb through this meticulously researched volume.
With tourism one of the eight modern service industries targeted for development in China’s 12th Five Year Plan, the world’s biggest source of tourists and travel expenditure is preparing to build its own jetliner.
Nuclear missile ‘596’ was detonated at the Lop Nur test base on October 16, 1964, establishing China as the world’s fifth nuclear power. India joined the club a decade later, followed by Pakistan and North Korea