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Why China Could be a Game Changer for Global Health
April 22, 2017

Why China Could be a Game Changer for Global Health

By Charlotte Röhren
With its growing international integration, China is becoming a major actor in global health issues. 

Taiwan’s Vital International Role in Global Health Security
May 23, 2016

Taiwan’s Vital International Role in Global Health Security

By Dr. Tzou-yien Lin
Taiwan’s participation in global health security is essential for avoiding deadly blind spots.
China's Medical Diplomacy
April 12, 2016

China's Medical Diplomacy

By David Volodzko
China's latest contribution to the WHO is part of a long history of using medical diplomacy as soft power.

What Does SARS Have to do With China’s Cybersecurity Law?
July 30, 2015

What Does SARS Have to do With China’s Cybersecurity Law?

By David Volodzko
How Chinese censorship actually kills people.

Watch Out for the H10N8 Avian Flu
December 22, 2013

Watch Out for the H10N8 Avian Flu

By Yanzhong Huang
A new case in Jiangxi raises concerns about the possibility of another outbreak.

Armed With SARS Lessons, China Fights H7N9 Bird Flu
December 07, 2013

Armed With SARS Lessons, China Fights H7N9 Bird Flu

By Shannon Tiezzi
10 years after SARS, China is fighting another viral outbreak - and seems to be winning.

China's Next Challenge: "Health Drain"
April 10, 2013

China's Next Challenge: "Health Drain"

China, with its latest flu outbreak and environmental situation, may well be on the cusp of coining a new term.

Avian Flu Strain H7N9 Kills 2 in China
April 02, 2013

Avian Flu Strain H7N9 Kills 2 in China

Two men from Shanghai died from H7N9 in early March within two weeks of falling ill.

China's Micro-Blog Revolution
August 12, 2011

China's Micro-Blog Revolution

The Chinese government’s response to the train crash in Wenzhou left a gaping hole for new media to fill.

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