Han Huang

Han Huang

Han Huang is an interactive graphic designer for the Post. Prior to joining the Post, she worked for Reuters Graphics in New York and Singapore after graduating from the University of Miami with a master degree in Journalism.

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China's five-year plan: how Beijing steers its economy

China’s five-year plans provide the blueprint for the economy

25 May 2020 - 3:57PM

China’s five-year plans provide the blueprint for the economy

China's five-year plan: how Beijing steers its economy
Russia’s Covid-19 surge means China cannot fully relax its guard

China is vulnerable to a new wave of infections from Russia.

 

5 May 2020 - 3:49PM

China is vulnerable to a new wave of infections from Russia.

 

Russia’s Covid-19 surge means China cannot fully relax its guard
How the Hong Kong protests and coronavirus affected Carrie Lam’s popularity and public appearances

During the coronavirus crisis, Carrie Lam’s leadership has seen her popularity rise slightly and she still has two years of her term left to turn things around.

6 Apr 2020 - 9:55AM

During the coronavirus crisis, Carrie Lam’s leadership has seen her popularity rise slightly and she still has two years of her term left to turn things around.

How the Hong Kong protests and coronavirus affected Carrie Lam’s popularity and public appearances
How Europe’s coronavirus lockdown nightmare compares to China

Europe failed to learn from China how rapidly coronavirus spreads and is now struggling to cope with surging Covid-19 infections

27 Mar 2020 - 6:57AM

Europe failed to learn from China how rapidly coronavirus spreads and is now struggling to cope with surging Covid-19 infections

How Europe’s coronavirus lockdown nightmare compares to China
China’s wildlife trade – in graphics

Beijing has banned the trade and consumption of wild animals in response to a coronavirus epidemic linked to a wildlife market in Wuhan in the central Chinese province of Hubei.

5 Mar 2020 - 1:12PM

Beijing has banned the trade and consumption of wild animals in response to a coronavirus epidemic linked to a wildlife market in Wuhan in the central Chinese province of Hubei.

China’s wildlife trade – in graphics
Coronavirus: the new disease Covid-19 explained

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.

19 Feb 2020 - 9:16AM

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.

Coronavirus: the new disease Covid-19 explained
Getting home for Lunar New Year

It is the 2020 Lunar New Year holiday, and 11-year-old Xiaoxiao and her little brother are at home with their grandparents in a remote part of central China. They are anxiously waiting for the Spring Festival reunion dinner when their parents return from their jobs in southern Guangdong province. Like hundreds of millions of rural migrant workers in China, Chen and Liu travel home only once a year. The travel rush over the holiday period, which lasts up to 40 days, is considered the largest annual human migration in the world.

21 Jan 2020 - 7:55PM

It is the 2020 Lunar New Year holiday, and 11-year-old Xiaoxiao and her little brother are at home with their grandparents in a remote part of central China. They are anxiously waiting for the Spring Festival reunion dinner when their parents return from their jobs in southern Guangdong province. Like hundreds of millions of rural migrant workers in China, Chen and Liu travel home only once a year. The travel rush over the holiday period, which lasts up to 40 days, is considered the largest annual human migration in the world.

Getting home for Lunar New Year
2019 Review: the year Hong Kong dominated the headlines

Brush up on a year of protests, US-China trade war, Brexit and more with SCMP’s award-winning infographics team.

27 Dec 2019 - 2:57PM

Brush up on a year of protests, US-China trade war, Brexit and more with SCMP’s award-winning infographics team.

2019 Review: the year Hong Kong dominated the headlines
Hong Kong protests: the full story, in graphics

The Hong Kong protests have roiled the city since June. Explore the history behind what happened this collection of timelines, graphics and visual stories

20 Jan 2020 - 5:57PM

The Hong Kong protests have roiled the city since June. Explore the history behind what happened this collection of timelines, graphics and visual stories

Hong Kong protests: the full story, in graphics
Hong Kong district council elections: winners and losers

Both the government and opposition are claiming the district council elections show public support for their policies.

20 Jan 2020 - 5:43PM

Both the government and opposition are claiming the district council elections show public support for their policies.

Hong Kong district council elections: winners and losers
Sorting out China’s waste problem

China plans to recycle up to 35 per cent of household waste by 2020

20 Jan 2020 - 6:00PM

China plans to recycle up to 35 per cent of household waste by 2020

Sorting out China’s waste problem
Violence worsens as police, radicals clash at siege of Polytechnic University
The People’s Republic of China: 70 years of changes

China’s rise has been impressive by many standards. There is no clearer indication of the country's progress than its share of the world economy. Measured in purchasing power parity, China’s share of global GDP fell from an estimated 32 per cent in 1820 - when Qing dynasty emperor Daoguang began his reign - to a mere 5 per cent at the end of the Cultural Revolution in 1976. And yet, by last year, China’s share had climbed to nearly 19 per cent.

20 Jan 2020 - 6:01PM

China’s rise has been impressive by many standards. There is no clearer indication of the country's progress than its share of the world economy. Measured in purchasing power parity, China’s share of global GDP fell from an estimated 32 per cent in 1820 - when Qing dynasty emperor Daoguang began his reign - to a mere 5 per cent at the end of the Cultural Revolution in 1976. And yet, by last year, China’s share had climbed to nearly 19 per cent.

The People’s Republic of China: 70 years of changes
The evolution of Hong Kong’s protesters

The anti-extradition bill protests have lasted longer than 2014’s Occupy movement. Here we compare today’s protesters, who continue to shock the world, to their predecessors.

10 Sep 2019 - 6:16PM

The anti-extradition bill protests have lasted longer than 2014’s Occupy movement. Here we compare today’s protesters, who continue to shock the world, to their predecessors.

The evolution of Hong Kong’s protesters
How Hong Kong airport protests ended in chaos

Unprecedented scenes of violence broke out at the Hong Kong International Airport after thousands of anti-government protesters occupying the airport terminal building brought flights to a halt for two days straight. This is how the events unfolded

4 Sep 2019 - 4:43PM

Unprecedented scenes of violence broke out at the Hong Kong International Airport after thousands of anti-government protesters occupying the airport terminal building brought flights to a halt for two days straight. This is how the events unfolded

How Hong Kong airport protests ended in chaos