Holly Chik joined the Post as a reporter in 2019. Previously, she interned at Reuters in Hong Kong.
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Transport ministry forecasts 40 per cent drop in holiday traffic as public urged to stay home for Lunar New Year.
It was reported that 29 elderly people had died in Norway after receiving the jabs, but scientists urge caution saying they were all high-risk cases.
Beijing says one of two experts still in Singapore was negative in a second round of Covid-19 antibody tests but the other scientist was positive.
People moved to quarantine centre from high-risk parts of provincial capital Shijiazhuang, as CDC chief backs ‘whack-a-mole’ lockdowns to contain the outbreak.
Researchers still in Singapore awaiting further confirmation as rest of group arrives in Wuhan.
Most of the international experts arrive in Wuhan but two remain in Singapore after testing positive for Covid-19 antibodies.
Plans to overhaul legal system will include reforms to ‘overcome shortcomings’ in areas such as AI, cloud computing and online finance.
Researchers say blood samples indicate that at least two-thirds of people with the virus in the city showed no signs of it.
Foreign ministry says arrangements are still being discussed for team of international scientists to visit the country.
Astronauts are already in training and construction of module and rocket launcher has been completed.
Centre for Drug Evaluation reviewing company’s application to release one of its two candidates to market, Chinese news website says.
Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College in Beijing says it is looking for 100 postdoctoral researchers and professors.
Rules cover everything from defence and technology to infrastructure, transport and financial services but officials insist they are not protectionist.
Study finds that richer countries account for more than half the reservations placed with drug companies.
Billing the rivalry as market vs state may be an oversimplification, with China’s R&D spend increasingly market-driven as it seeks to incentivise innovation.
An international experiment in southern China yielded invaluable information about a slippery subatomic particle, researchers say.
Global health body has warned that Covid-19 ‘may just be a harbinger of what may come’ and governments must prepare for the next crisis.
Study concludes masks are the one of the most cost-effective ways to fight the disease with a cost that is ‘close to zero’ compared with other measures.
Chinese ambassador says it all rests on American policy towards China and whether Washington aims to contain Beijing.
Lunar rocks and dust have been sealed and packaged on the surface of the moon for best preservation, China National Space Administration says.
India has almost hit 9 million Covid-19 cases and neighbouring China seeks to ensure no new outbreaks are imported by travellers.
Local and central governments have spent billions of yuan building camera surveillance networks but it’s not an all-seeing system, researchers say.
Zhong Nanshan says general understanding about control measures eased fears and helped contain outbreaks.
City needs “scientific and technological leaders, tech-savvy young adults and high-level innovative teams”, president says.
Chinese president full of praise for people of southern tech hub on visit to mark 40th anniversary of it becoming China’s first special economic zone.
Antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) is a side-effect of inoculation that can make a virus more harmful.
In the lead-up to the November 3 election, vice-presidential candidates discuss the US-China relationship and its effect on their country.
It’s accelerating because the virus is so infectious and control measures aren’t coordinated and systematic, according to health expert.
Positive test result will be used as justification for the US president to use harder China-bashing tactics, observers say
Yang Jingzhong says more than 10 police and security officers searched his flat for seven hours, confiscated his devices and documents.