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COVID-19 Spreading in East China, Tens of Thousands in Quarantine
Since the lockdown of Xi’an, the northwest city of 13 million people, COVID-19 outbreak has quickly spread to East China, putting tens of thousands in quarantine, and affecting a major ...
January 6, 2022
COVID-19 Rapidly Spreads in China’s Yangtze Delta, Causing Factories Shut Down, Residents Struggling for Food
Recently, major cities in China’s Yangtze delta have been shut down due to the rapid spread of COVID-19. ...
December 17, 2021
Foxconn Worker Dies After Third Shot of SinoVac COVID-19 Vaccine
A 24-year-old Chinese technician for the Foxconn Group at the Zhejiang Jiashan Science and Technology Park in eastern ...
December 6, 2021
Power Cuts Hit Foreign Trade Businesses of Chinese SME
From late September, China has been facing another round of major electricity shortfalls since last winter. At least ...
September 25, 2021
Chinese Officials Step Up Typhoon Response After Botched Flood Handling
Chinese officials employed tough emergency measures as a typhoon ravaged China's eastern coast earlier this week. The response ...
July 29, 2021
Coal Miner Persecuted to Death in China for His Spiritual Belief
A Chinese man was persecuted to death by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in February. While alive, he ...
March 16, 2021
Tens of Thousands of Chinese Expats Stranded in Burma Following Military Coup
Burma’s military launched a coup in the early morning of Feb. 1, and said it would impose a ...
February 3, 2021
China Insider: Coronavirus Outbreak Continues to Worsen in Northern China
From late December, many Chinese cities in northeastern and northern China reported new outbreaks of the coronavirus one ...
January 8, 2021
Typhoon Hagupit Makes Landfall in Eastern China’s Coastal Region
Typhoon Hagupit made landfall at Leqing City in Eastern China’s Zhejiang Province around 3:30 a.m. on Aug. 4. ...
August 7, 2020
Tick-Borne Virus Kills 7, Infects Dozens in Eastern China
A contagious, tick-borne virus that first emerged in China has recently killed seven while infecting dozens in the ...
August 5, 2020
Desperate Man Says He Will Bike to China from Pakistan
Honest News Straight to Your Home. Try the Epoch Times yourself, and get a free gift. Mr. Li, ...
May 14, 2020
Law Professor Sues Chinese Zoo for Mandatory Face-Scanning
A professor is challenging a wildlife park in China over its use of facial recognition, making him the ...
November 5, 2019
FDA Warns Chinese Drug Maker of Recalled Blood Pressure Medicine Valsartan
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning letter to the Chinese drug manufacturer of the ...
December 18, 2018
Chinese Official Detained for Criticizing Hangzhou G20 Preparations
Cameras are being placed in classrooms, citizens are being given paid vacations, and shopkeepers are suspected of terrorism ...
July 26, 2016
China Turns Churches Into State-Sanctioned ‘Cultural Centers’
The local authorities in Zhejiang Province have been strongly suppressing Christianity since 2014.
July 5, 2016
China Uncensored: Christians Buried Alive in China
Two House Church Christians in China were buried alive by developers hired by the Chinese government to tear ...
April 25, 2016
Volvo Gamble Pays Dividends for China’s Geely
Geely's 2010 acquisition of Sweden's Volvo Cars is paying huge dividends for the little-known Chinese automaker.
March 6, 2016
Polluted River Catches Fire in China
A fire on a river in eastern China appears to be linked with a factory upstream.
March 8, 2014
Military Helicopter Crashes in Eastern China, Causing Forest Fire
Around 7pm on Dec. 12, a military helicopter crashed in Anji County of eastern China’s Zhejiang Province, causing ...
December 12, 2013
Party’s Anticorruption Fight Sometimes Gets Violent
Lü Zijiang, local official from Zhejiang, is a victim of the violence being perpetrated in the anticorruption campaign ...
September 3, 2013
‘No Evidence Right Now’ Children Need COVID-19 Boosters: Top WHO Scientist
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AT&T, Verizon Delay 5G Rollout Near Some Airports After Airlines Warn of Safety Concerns
More Illinois Public Schools Defy Mask Mandate, Asserting Local Control
US Coal Stockpiles Near Historic Lows
Boston Flew Communist Chinese Flag, But Refused Christian Flag—Case Now Before Supreme Court
China’s App for Olympians Has Security Flaw, Censors Sensitive Words, Says Canadian Report
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