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Omicron Tests China’s ‘Zero-Tolerance’ COVID Approach Weeks Ahead of Beijing Olympics
January 14, 2022

Omicron Tests China’s ‘Zero-Tolerance’ COVID Approach Weeks Ahead of Beijing Olympics

By Huizhong Wu
More than 20 million people are under lockdown in China to prevent the virus’ spread, even as Beijing prepares to welcome thousands of foreigners for the Olympics.

Xi’an Residents Voice Frustration Amid Lockdown
January 06, 2022

Xi’an Residents Voice Frustration Amid Lockdown

By Ken Moritsugu
China’s largest-scale lockdown since 2020 has residents complaining about food shortages and harsh restrictions.
Why Has North Korea Struggled to Normalize Trade With China?
November 25, 2021

Why Has North Korea Struggled to Normalize Trade With China?

By Troy Stangarone
Since North Korea slammed its borders shut in the initial stage of the pandemic, it has made several motions toward resuming normal trade. None has panned out.

As Other Countries Try Living With COVID-19, China Keeps up Zero Tolerance
November 11, 2021

As Other Countries Try Living With COVID-19, China Keeps up Zero Tolerance

By Huizhong Wu
Despite the advent of vaccines, China is sticking to its approach of strict lockdowns, multiple rounds of mass testing, and centralized quarantine wherever an outbreak is found.

COVID-19 Complicates China’s ‘Football Dream’
November 10, 2021

COVID-19 Complicates China’s ‘Football Dream’

By Shannon Tiezzi
China’s men’s national team has remained firmly stuck in the lower echelons of international football, as evidenced by its current long-shot quest to reach the World Cup.

China Keeps Virus at Bay at High Cost Ahead of Olympics
September 22, 2021

China Keeps Virus at Bay at High Cost Ahead of Olympics

By Joe McDonald and Huizhong Wu
China’s “zero tolerance” strategy of trying to isolate every case and stop transmission has succeeded in keeping COVID-19 at bay – but at a steep price.

Delta Variant Challenges China’s Costly Lockdown Strategy
August 05, 2021

Delta Variant Challenges China’s Costly Lockdown Strategy

By Joe McDonald and Huizhong Wu
China’s “zero tolerance” policy against the virus may not be workable in the face of the highly contagious Delta strain.
2 Films Offer 2 Tales of Wuhan Lockdown Ahead of 1-Year Anniversary
January 23, 2021

2 Films Offer 2 Tales of Wuhan Lockdown Ahead of 1-Year Anniversary

By Associated Press
A government-sanctioned look back at the early fight against COVID-19 differs sharply from a documentary directed by artist and dissident Ai Weiwei.

China’s ‘Secret Weapon’ Against COVID-19 Won’t Work for Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery
October 30, 2020

China’s ‘Secret Weapon’ Against COVID-19 Won’t Work for Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery

By Zhuoran Li
The CCP was able to mobile its people to fight COVID-19. It's having a harder time convincing Chinese to spend money.

COVID-19 Is Further Disenfranchising China’s Queer Youth
September 23, 2020

COVID-19 Is Further Disenfranchising China’s Queer Youth

By Lakshmi Iyengar and Yu Songqi
The pandemic and the ensuing need to quarantine, often with conservative family, poses unique issues for young LGBTQ+ Chinese.

Quarantined: China’s Online Education in the Pandemic
March 26, 2020

Quarantined: China’s Online Education in the Pandemic

By Kate Kologrivaya and Emma Shleifer
With schools closed across the country to combat COVID-19, China has turned to online learning. The results have been mixed.
Fang Fang: The ‘Conscience of Wuhan’ Amid Coronavirus Quarantine
March 23, 2020

Fang Fang: The ‘Conscience of Wuhan’ Amid Coronavirus Quarantine

By Hemant Adlakha
The party’s ill-governance of the deadly virus has given birth to a new critical voice: Fang Fang’s Wuhan Diary.

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