Bangladeshi Ambassador to China Mahbub Uz Zaman called on all countries to act responsibly and collaborate with each other to deal with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is no room for politicization in the current COVID-19 pandemic. It needs the concerted efforts of the global scientific community to trace its origins.
Qi Haowen is one of 8,000 Chinese students currently stranded in St. Petersburg, Russia. After struggling to get hold of protective equipment from her homeland, she finally felt relieved.
Leading science journal Nature recently issued an editorial titled "Stop the coronavirus stigma now," apologizing for previously associating COVID-19 with Wuhan and China.
With nations worldwide now in the thick of lockdown measures amid the COVID-19 pandemic, one British citizen with relatives in China, Naomi Birbeck, relates her experiences adapting to life under quarantine.
Andreas Keller, a 45-year-old Life Science Service Manager in Switzerland, hopes that people can learn to care more about others during the COVID-19 epidemic.
A clothing business owner in Italy faces the most difficult time of her business in a decade.
China has made coordinated efforts to advance scientific research related to the COVID-19 pandemic and shared progress with the world promptly.
Hainan, the southernmost island province of China, has been attracting people from around the world for years with its blue waters, towering coconut trees, year-round sunshine and sandy beaches.
When the last patient left the isolation ward, the time came for Guo Xiaoran, a nurse from Beijing Hospital, to leave Wuhan, where she had worked around the clock for two months.
The widely popular restaurant chains Haidilao and Xibei, who found themselves in controversy after hiking prices amid the COVID-19 pandemic, have apologized and restored their original prices.
The popular hotpot chain Haidilao has reopened its doors, but customers have been surprised by the rise in prices. The company now finds itself the subject of a debate about whether price hikes are the best way to break out of the survival crisis triggered by the COVID-19 epidemic.
As China has suppressed transmission of COVID-19 to a very low level, students in primary school all the way up to college in more than 20 provinces and cities have gradually returned to campus or scheduled to do so soon.
Laura Zheng, a copy editor at China.org.cn, describes life under lockdown in New Zealand amid the COVID-19 outbreak after returning for what was originally meant to be a three-week holiday.
New Zealand Ambassador to China Clare Fearnley underscored the importance of working together in addressing the common threat posed by COVID-19 during a recent interview with China.org.cn.