Phoebe Zhang is a society reporter with the Post. She has a master's degree in journalism.
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It is being set up under controversial new legislation that is expected to be passed on Tuesday.
Fuhua Clothing Factory is partially closing operations and laying off staff at its Shenzhen factory, which supplied global brands including Adidas, Speedo, Nike and Reebok.
Students, faculty and staff from nearly 100 institutions line up on Sunday for tests with results expected by midnight.
The Chinese capital had lowered its public health emergency level and people were starting to feel more at ease. Then the city was hit with an outbreak.
Seven young children believed to have gone to the rescue of friend who fell in the river before all drowned.
Chinese Communist Party’s powerful disciplinary watchdog says Beijing market outbreak exposes supply chain weaknesses.
Some restaurants drop salmon from the menu while others see a fall in orders – but any link to infections at a Beijing market is so far unproven, experts say.
‘I fear the political environment will deteriorate to such a degree that … I’ll face hostility or just won’t get my visa,’ says a businessman with a Chinese wife.
Despite bans on dog meat as human food in some cities, the Yulin season of canine consumption highlights the need for a national ban, say activists.
Family and friends were supportive of couple, but gay marriage does not enjoy legal recognition in China.
Cui Le suffered the consequences of raising LGBT issues in the classroom at his Guangdong university.
New rules on raising livestock come weeks ahead of controversial dog meat festival in Yulin.
Established organisations in Europe learn from the outbreak experience in China, including issues around rebuilding society after pandemic.
Zhong Nanshan among notable researchers to publish study of Lianhuaqingwen capsules in treatment of symptoms.
Guangdong province science chief says at least one facility will be able to handle the most infectious fatal diseases such as Ebola.
Campaigner says more messages will be sent as lawmakers review draft civil code, after official dismisses public comments on same-sex unions as ‘copied and pasted’.
CPPCC delegate Peng Jing proposes broader access to technology such as egg freezing and IVF.
Breeders of species such as snakes, rats and civets will be paid to hand over their animals and start rearing domestic animals instead.
The economic impact of the Covid-19 outbreak is only beginning to be felt by the city where the disease first emerged.
Fewer journalists will be allowed to attend the country’s biggest annual political event when it gets under way next week.
Calgary Zoo to ship pair back home after pandemic upends delivery of essential fresh product.
Ninety day limit on Chinese citizens is latest in series of tit-for-tat measures targeting reporters and news outlets from Washington and Beijing.
Global health body says it is talking to Beijing about another mission to the country to look into potential animal source of outbreak.
Community representatives say Chinese authorities risk harming trade and relationships with African nations.
Source close to Beijing-based trio says they are being held an at unknown location on suspicion of ‘picking quarrels and provoking trouble’.
Paper says risk of severe disease in Wuhan’s pregnant population was 8 per cent, compared with 15.7 per cent for general Chinese population infected with virus.
China ‘has always placed emphasis on the quality of its exports’, mission says, as it ask for matter not to be politicised.
Antibody and Covid-19 tests to be done on ‘key populations’ to stamp out new outbreaks.
The industry has appealed for help from the local government to cover wage and rental costs as travellers stay away after Covid-19 outbreak.
Domestic violence and inequality are issues facing Asia-Pacific women during pandemic, says UN Women report.