Decoding China’s COVID-19 Policy U-Turn
By Brian Wong
Current discussions often highlight the role of the vocal protests in late November in shifting China's COVID zero policy. But the shift had already begun in early November.
Crowd Angered by COVID-19 Lockdowns Calls for China’s Xi to Step Down
By Dave Kang and Huizhong Wu
"You cannot compare it to any other country," one protester said. "We have to find a way out."
China Anti-virus Curbs Spur Fears of Global Economic Impact
By Joe McDonald
Changes in China's anti-virus controls may be a step toward lifting controls, but "zero COVID" might stay in place until as late as the second half of next year.
China’s ‘Zero-COVID’ Policy: An Economic Nightmare for Thailand
By Tita Sanglee
Try as it might, the Thai government has been unable to fill the gaping hole left by millions of absent Chinese tourists.