A street in front of Beijing station is crowded with travelers ahead of China’s Lunar New Year holidays later in the month.  Photo: Kyodo
A street in front of Beijing station is crowded with travelers ahead of China’s Lunar New Year holidays later in the month. Photo: Kyodo
SCMP Editorial
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Tit-for-tat travel curbs after China opens up are in no one’s interest

  • Only through cooperation and trust, rather than tension and hostility, can the global pandemic be overcome

A street in front of Beijing station is crowded with travelers ahead of China’s Lunar New Year holidays later in the month.  Photo: Kyodo
A street in front of Beijing station is crowded with travelers ahead of China’s Lunar New Year holidays later in the month. Photo: Kyodo
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