Natalie Koh is a news editor on the China desk at the South China Morning Post. She was previously a social media specialist and journalist at The Business Times, Singapore.
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Residents in Wuhan – the coronavirus outbreak’s epicentre – have turned to humour to keep spirits high during a government-imposed quarantine of the city.
Youngsters in hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries, police say suspect is 31-year-old from Baijiaping in Hunan province.
Man shoots people dead in three locations in Inner Mongolia region, with reports quoting witnesses as saying he seemed to know the victims.
Video from scene shows man on ground, imploring police to ‘beat me to death’. Pupils treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Streaming service with reach into 190 countries picks up box office smash, an adaptation of the Liu Cixin novel that has become a hit with Chinese film buffs, critics and culture authorities.
Youngster says he was dragged into a van by a man and woman on his way to school but later ‘confesses’ after a police re-enactment of his imaginary ordeal.
Cutting-edge technology recognises poor habits caught on camera and sends an alert to administrators via a mobile app.
Small business minister Giriraj Singh hit by wave of public criticism after suggesting that world’s largest democracy was being held back because it allowed public protests.
Hundreds of millions of people will travel across the country for family reunions.