Maryann Xue is currently a student at the University of Virginia studying Psychology and English and is working at the Post as a summer intern.
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Political turmoil and the Cultural Revolution sparked the snapping of ties in the 1960s, while Tiananmen Square was the trigger two decades on.
Country logs 181 new cases including 108 local symptomatic infections, the highest since the current wave began on July 20, as fears grow over the Delta variant.
The Olympic Games offer a rare and effective platform to reach millions of people watching around the world, and some athletes simply cannot resist.
Windle, 22, credits his adoptive father with helping him achieve his Olympic dream – he and Jerry, who is gay, even co-wrote a book on the challenges they faced.
As the world’s best do battle in their quest for Games glory, there are a host of unique rules fans watching at home might not be aware of.
Hundreds attend ‘Go Hong Kong Team’ event at West Kowloon Cultural District’s Art Park.
Whether you prefer to watch from your sofa, a sports bar or the big screen, here’s where, when and how to watch Hong Kong athletes compete at the Games.
Chinese city recorded a year’s worth of rain in just days, with a record 201.9mm falling in an hour.
Rescuers are still about 300 metres from where the remaining 11 construction workers are believed to be trapped.
Dozens of counties and cities have announced new rules requiring registration and proof of vaccination to go into public venues.
It looks like ordinary T-shirt material and uses technology that causes it to emit mid-infrared radiation to reduce wearer’s temperature.
The decision to close dozen of student groups’ WeChat accounts may be linked to wider tensions with the West and a new focus on traditional values.
Tens of thousands of students, many from developing countries, have been waiting for more than a year but there has been little official response.
China’s inventory consists of weapons from several countries, primarily Russia.
World Health Organization says hard-earned success shows the world that a malaria-free future is a viable goal.
The three-man crew arrived on board the ‘heavenly palace’ where they will spend the next three months on Thursday.