Xinlu Liang
Xinlu Liang
Hong Kong
@liang_xinlu
Graduate trainee
Xinlu Liang joined the Post as a Graduate Trainee in 2021. Previously, she wrote obituaries as a Covid-19 reporting intern at the Los Angeles Times. She holds a master's degree in journalism from the University of Southern California, and a bachelor's degree in English from Sun Yat-sen University.

China’s top leadership has urged a more ‘targeted and precise’ approach to the zero-Covid policy but local governments must also keep case numbers down.

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Under recently relaxed rules, regional authorities have been told to stop fresh Covid outbreaks while ensuring they address ‘public demands’.

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Chinese cities call off mass testing and loosen restrictions after central government adjusts pandemic measures, but some residents worry changes go too far.

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Residents confirm unrest erupted on Monday night in urban villages in the city’s Haizhu district, home to the country’s biggest fabric market.

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Beijing’s top leadership body promises to improve quarantine, testing and treatment, but changes will be ‘cautious’ as wave of Covid-19 cases is predicted for winter and spring.

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Hu Yifeng is accused of ‘accepting bribes and taking advantage of influence to accept bribes’ and losing ‘party spirit and principles’.

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‘We insist on putting lives first’, official statement says, as death of toddler in another city sparks fresh anger over human cost of zero-Covid.

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China’s zero-Covid policy is under scrutiny again after an anguished father pleaded with indifferent local authorities for help while his son was dying from gas poisoning.

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Authorities in the city of Zhengzhou call the situation ‘severe and complicated’ after Covid infections spike in an area around Foxconn factory.

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Xinjiang vice-chairman says failures include low testing capacity and lack of professionalism among staff who mishandled samples and became infected.

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Southern China’s Sanya orders travellers to take PCR test or risk a yellow health code restricting their mobility, causing many to flee during weeklong public holiday.

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Liu Yanping, a former corruption fighter at China’s spy agency, is the latest senior law enforcement official to fall amid country’s decade-long anti-corruption drive.

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Marking 50 years of ties, Chinese envoy to Tokyo highlights need for ‘prudence’ and risk-awareness so that relations are not damaged further.

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Article in party journal sets out how the broadcaster has used ‘offence as a means of defence’ with its coverage of events like the US Capitol riot.

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