China reports 76 virus cases, highest daily rise since January

China reports 76 virus cases, highest daily rise since January

China reported 76 new coronavirus cases on Monday, the highest daily rise since January, including 40 domestic transmissions prompting authorities to test millions in eastern Jiangsu province.
China bans some US chicken, shuts Pepsi plant to fight coronavirus

China bans some US chicken, shuts Pepsi plant to fight coronavirus

BEIJING: China banned imports from a top US poultry producer and ordered a Beijing Pepsi factory to close on Sunday (Jun 21) as authorites clamped down on food production and distribution amid a new coronavirus cluster in the capital.
Beijing virus outbreak deals further blow to Chinese Super League

Beijing virus outbreak deals further blow to Chinese Super League

SHANGHAI: The delayed Chinese Super League (CSL) season is "shrouded in uncertainty", state media warned on Thursday (Jun 18), as a fresh coronavirus outbreak in Beijing throws the campaign into even further doubt.
Beijing cancels flights, shuts schools over new COVID-19 outbreak

Beijing cancels flights, shuts schools over new COVID-19 outbreak

BEIJING: Beijing's airports cancelled two-thirds of all flights on Wednesday (Jun 17) and schools in the Chinese capital were closed again as authorities rushed to contain a new coronavirus outbreak and warned infections may rise.
Beijing imposes partial travel ban, closes schools over coronavirus outbreak

Beijing imposes partial travel ban, closes schools over coronavirus outbreak

BEIJING: Beijing on Tuesday (Jun 16) urged its residents not to leave the city and closed schools again as authorities scramble to contain a "severe" new coronavirus outbreak in the city of 21 million people.
More than 100 cases in new Beijing COVID-19 outbreak: WHO

More than 100 cases in new Beijing COVID-19 outbreak: WHO

GENEVA: More than 100 cases of the novel coronavirus have been officially recorded in the fresh outbreak in Beijing, the World Health Organization said on Monday (Jun 15).
COVID-19: Mass testing in Beijing after new cluster triggers lockdowns

COVID-19: Mass testing in Beijing after new cluster triggers lockdowns

BEIJING: Beijing carried out mass testing for the coronavirus on Sunday (Jun 14) after a new outbreak in the city that prompted travel warnings across the country amid fears of a resurgence of the disease.
Thousands protest in Hong Kong over China security law proposal

Thousands protest in Hong Kong over China security law proposal

HONG KONG: Police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of Hong Kong protesters who gathered Sunday (May 24) against a controversial security law proposed by China, in the most intense clashes for months.
Chanel halts Beijing fashion show over COVID-19 fears

Chanel halts Beijing fashion show over COVID-19 fears

French fashion house Chanel said on Monday (Feb 17) it was postponing a show set for May in Beijing following an outbreak of a new coronavirus that has infected some 70,000 people across China.
Vast Wuhan virus quarantine in China as cases emerge in Europe, South Asia

Vast Wuhan virus quarantine in China as cases emerge in Europe, South Asia

A massive quarantine effort covering 13 cities was in effect in China on Saturday (Jan 25) aimed at containing a deadly virus, as the death toll climbed to 41 and the first cases of the disease were reported in Europe and South Asia.
Chinese travellers unfazed as SARS-like virus spreads

Chinese travellers unfazed as SARS-like virus spreads

An outbreak of a mysterious virus has not deterred millions of people in China from packing into crowded trains as they head home for the Chinese New Year - but some are donning masks as a precaution.
Vietnam Railways operates Hanoi-Beijing train from January 

Vietnam Railways operates Hanoi-Beijing train from January 

Vietnam Railways has launched the Hanoi-Beijing railway line on January 1, 2020 in a move to facilitate people’s travel demand.
Naomi Osaka reaches China Open round two despite being 'riled up'

Naomi Osaka reaches China Open round two despite being 'riled up'

Naomi Osaka said she had been "really riled up" as Japan's two-time Grand Slam champion reached the second round at the China Open on Sunday (Sep 29) despite being far from her best.
Beijing hopes glitzy new airport will take off as aviation hub

Beijing hopes glitzy new airport will take off as aviation hub

Beijing's new futuristic airport that resembles a giant starfish - opened days before the country celebrates the 70th anniversary of communist rule - promises to transform the Chinese capital into a major Asian aviation hub.
PM attends leaders’ roundtable meeting of 2nd Belt and Road Forum

PM attends leaders’ roundtable meeting of 2nd Belt and Road Forum

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc attended the first session of the leaders' roundtable meeting of the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BRF) in Beijing, China, on April 27.
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