Liu Zhen joined the Post in 2015 as a reporter on the China desk. She previously worked with Reuters in Beijing.
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Wuhan Institute of Virology says conspiracy theories have ‘seriously interrupted the emergency research we are doing’.
Naval command tells all hands on Chinese warship that trips ashore need permission of captain after medical exam as ‘each and every corner’ of vessel is disinfected.
Another Wuhan doctor says she was silenced after raising concerns about human-to-human transmission.
The two countries have reaffirmed the importance of their partnership, with Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping set to meet at least three times this year
Efforts to get overseas citizens out of Hubei epicentre vary – some are airlifted home, while others are left to make most of situation among 11 million Wuhan residents.
Authorities in major centres like Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen have given the green light for businesses to resume operations, but advised them to remain flexible.
President makes first public appearance since January 28 to say that measures taken to control outbreak are working, welcome Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen to Beijing.
Child in stable condition as case raises concern of transmission in the womb.
Anyone who refuses to relocate will be forcibly moved by the police, city government says as number of new cases continues to rise sharply.
Number of coronavirus fatalities rises to 361, with more than 17,000 confirmed cases.
Authorities in Wuhan took too long to impose travel ban so ‘golden time’ to contain spread of disease has passed, virologist Guan Yi says.
China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation says the Tianhe module will become foundation of permanent manned presence above the Earth.
People’s Liberation Army Air Force has high expectations of its ‘Powerful Dragon’ but not enough of them in combat service.
Senior official Wang Yang tells Taiwan Affair Office situation will be ‘more complex and grim’ following island president’s landslide election victory.
Unmanned surface vessel is said to be world’s first with multiple roles – anti-submarine, air defence and surface combat – and powerful weaponry.
The PLA Navy has started ordering bigger warships as it starts to prepare for missions further away from its shoreline
Beijing warns other countries to stick to one-China principle after election success for Tsai and her independence-leaning Democratic Progressive Party.
President Xi Jinping presents 93-year-old with his second major honour in just over three months.
The killing of Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani in a US air strike last week was clear evidence of the deadly power of modern unmanned aerial vehicles.
It could be used to take down missiles or hostile aircraft, state tabloid Global Times says, as military’s procurement website invites bids from suppliers.
Forum told young Taiwanese are turning away from mainland but says cost of waiting too long to ‘liberate or reunite with’ island will be too high.
Legal professor says city authorities must revive plans for Article 23 legislation – a proposal that triggered mass protests in 2003.
Fishing and rival territorial claims could hamper efforts to restore damaged environment, experts say.
A navy intelligence report from 2017 warned of the danger the world’s bestselling camera drone brand could be hacked.
Lai Yijun has a major in missiles and a reputation for stepping up when it counts.
Chances for breakthrough in talks with US appear to be fading after Pyongyang conducted tests at missile sites and warned Washington to choose the sort of ‘Christmas gift’ it wanted.
A restructuring of the People’s Armed Police that began two years ago may be reaching its end after a number of senior commanders were promoted last week.
Report by state media says some offenders are leaving infected feed in sties and are even using drones to spread contamination.
Foreign ministry tells vessels to get permission seven months in advance for research in foreign waters, days after India revealed it had found a Chinese ship near the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Pair have been held for a year on spying charges in move widely seen as retaliation for detention of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.