Mandy Zuo joined the Post in 2010 and reports on China. She has covered a wide range of subjects including policy, rural issues, culture and society. She worked in Beijing before relocating to Shanghai in 2014.
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Mainland manufacturers say supply hasn’t been affected and there hasn’t been a noticeable increase in orders from over the border.
One hairstylist is offering his services for those in need of a trim, while a teacher trapped in her parents’ remote village is delivering lessons online after she rigged up her own signal booster.
City is the latest of more than a dozen in China racing to open facilities to treat a growing number of cases.
Furious internet users have been digging for information on her background as they push for an explanation, while state media urges probe.
Public relations worker says it was ‘just a bit of entertainment’ to push 75kg animal from 70-metre platform to mark attraction’s opening.
Traveller told them it was for her own baby but could not explain its source and did not have quarantine approval for it.
Head of monthly business publication included articles and poetry written by the child starting when he was just 10 years old.
Weeks after seafood market in central China became ‘ground zero’, authorities are still unsure if human-to-human transmission has role in outbreak
Donations for 24-year-old Wu Huayan were held because she needed heart surgery and they were to be used for her recovery, CCAFC says.
Wu Huayan, 24, spent much of her life caring for a sick brother and fell ill after eating only boiled rice and pickled chilli for five years.
Suspect, who said he had no idea he had been on a wanted list for four years, detained at polling station in Kaohsiung.
An unpleasant case of excrement thrown from a tall building highlights the difficulties in dealing with a continuing social issue.
Patrols stepped up at markets in Wenzhou, Zhejiang after return of scam where fuel is used in water to make dying fish thrash about and look lively.
Company behind survey of young, English-speaking Chinese professionals credits travel and international trade for Shanghai’s commanding position.
Man and woman shot pornographic images and videos and shared them on social media as part of publicity stunt, park operators say.
Teenager suffered severe frostbite after she and her classmates were sent to work outdoors at a school in Heilongjiang, where average winter temperatures fall to -10C,
Mother of three says sorry after she made six-year-old daughter stay behind to do homework while the rest of the family visited an amusement park.
Most cases have originated from a single seafood market and health workers are still trying to identify virus responsible.
Residents in Shenzhen’s Xixiang neighbourhood now ‘living on tenterhooks’ as cracks start to appear in the tenement block
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences’ Blue Book of Social Mentality 2019 reveals differences in urban life across cities and gulf in satisfaction between sexes.
The men had hoped to improve the feng shui in their homes but ended up getting lost in the snowy mountains near the Mutianyu section of the monument.
Reports of criminal gangs using drones to spread infection led to installation of jamming device which interfered with planes’ navigation systems.
Offered about US$70 in compensation after finding nasty surprise in rice noodles, the customer holds out for US$4,000, as pork supplier admits fault.
Wuhan University gets tough on poor grades and unpaid tuition fees after Ministry of Education orders all scholars to be held to the same standards.
Group accused of using fake UN documents – and even one from China’s last imperial dynasty – to convince people they could get a share of funds left by the defeated Nationalist forces.
The incident in Sichuan province happened on Saturday as 347 people were working underground, state television reports.
Four-month-old girl dies of multiple organ failure after traditional therapy to treat cold symptoms.
Peking University says assistant professor violated professional ethics and was a bad influence.
The post, including recordings and text messages, alleges that a female student was assaulted in academic’s car, while three companies say he has resigned as director.
He Yuhong’s ex-boyfriend has been detained and a court granted a restraining order against him after she went public with claims he abused her, but she is one of very few women who take action.