Eduardo Baptista
Eduardo Baptista
Hong Kong
@ParkSuAm1996
Reporter, China
Eduardo Baptista is a Portuguese-Korean reporter who joined the Post in 2020. He holds a bachelor’s in History from the University of Cambridge.

It was already a battleground for those in the ‘zoonati’ camp versus the lab-leak proponents – then came documents from a purported whistle-blower that started another frenzy over bat virus research in China.

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The Chinese president made the comments at the first-ever Politburo study session dedicated to biosecurity, which he identified as a national security issue.

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The Ghent Altarpiece has been stolen by Napoleon and the Nazis, almost destroyed by fire and dismembered. A major Belgian conservation project has restored much of the nearly 600-year-old masterpiece to its former glory.

When looking at how to halt future epidemics, the One Health strategy monitors changes in land use, ecological pressure and human population expansion.

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Leader of WHO’s China mission says collection of bat viruses in the wild was a ‘probable hypothesis’ and the Chinese team resisted including a lab leak theory.

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Zhou Xiaoyun’s own lawyer says the video in question was already in the public arena so it would be inconceivable if Zhou was being detained for circulating clips from it.

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Comments come ahead of an important PLA anniversary and at a time when China is facing a growing security threat on its border with Afghanistan.

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Some scientists say there is no evidence to support allegations that Chinese ships moored at coral reefs are killing them off by dumping tonnes of human waste.

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