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2020 World AIDS Day: Global solidarity, shared responsibility
This year's World AIDS Day is like no other. In China, we witnessed solidarity and shared responsibility between government and community groups in ensuring HIV services even during the height of COVID-19.
Thanksgiving in the coronavirus era
With Thanksgiving here, the risk of an increased level of COVID-19 cases in the United States is very real. And Christmas and New Year holiday celebrations are also approaching to enhance the danger.
It's a hard choice to make for elderly people
The elderly peopleusually have three choices-home-based care, seeking help from the community nursing service, or shifting to specialized nursing homes.
Livestreaming a huge boost for China's economic rebound
With Single's Day fast approaching, e-commerce in China is set for a huge boom this Nov. 11, spurred on by a diverse range of livestreaming hosts.
Int'l Delicacy Carnival boosts cultural consumption in Beijing
To present a gastronomical tour among countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative, the 2nd International Delicacy Carnival made a great coup last weekend.
National Day holiday helps travel recovery
The steady return to normality after the COVID-19 pandemic is proving a boon for the travel industry, with airlines welcoming back record numbers of passengers during the National Day holiday.
Coronavirus and Trump's policies hurting beleaguered American universities
Asia is on the rise and the U.S. on the decline in the latest rankings of the world's best universities. COVID-19 and Donald Trump's xenophobia is exacerbating this trend.
Black Myth an indicator of China's rising creative powers
As China's creative industries flourish, video games are increasingly gunning for the attention of the world's gaming population.
As new semester starts, new fears
Schools are supposed to be places of learning, but as far as COVID-19 is concerned lessons are not being learnt, leaving many young people in the United States to get sick and further spread the disease.
Banning TikTok and WeChat makes no sense
The Trump administration's move to ban the Chinese WeChat service and the TikTok app is sheer nonsense. It doesn't protect American national security but only causes inconvenience to millions of American businesses and ordinary people.
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