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Wuhan deserves to be on the tourist bucket list
Wuhan, with a rich history, has a lot to offer tourists, and tourists, in coming months, can offer Wuhan some help in getting up and running again after the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Can you get infected with COVID-19 from imported Chinese products?
Fears that COVID-19 can spread by attaching themselves to the surfaces of goods exported from China are far-fetched and should be ignored. 
Bracing for impact of COVID-19
COVID-19 is exposing our collective vulnerability, the powerlessness felt by many, the cracks in our feeling of safety, the doubts about the future.
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Editor's Pick>>

A testing task

By Fikrejesus Amahazion

Africa faces numerous challenges in prevention and control of coronavirus. As a continent, Africa also has a significant population of vulnerable people, including millions of refugees and internally displaced.

Bracing for impact of COVID-19

By Jonathan Whittall

COVID-19 is exposing our collective vulnerability, the powerlessness felt by many, the cracks in our feeling of safety, the doubts about the future.

Circuit breaker reveals four major contradictions existing in US

By Sun Ming and Wang Yan

Since the founding of the circuit breaker system in 1988, circuit breakers have been triggered five times in the U.S. stock market, with four halts occurring consecutively this March.

Are viruses racists, too?

By Aftab Hussain

Since the outbreak of the coronavirus began, political figures have used this opportunity to attach an ethnicity to COVID-19 for political benefit. Is it time to join hands and eliminate the impact of the coronavirus worldwide?

Transforming China's institutional advantages into effective state governance

By Xu Haoran

In this article, Xu Haoran, an associate professor in Scientific Socialism, shares his understanding of the "Decision" adopted at the fourth plenary session of the 19th CPC Central Committee.

What is herd immunity?

By Gabrielle Pickard Whitehead

Different countries have adopted their own tactics to control the COVID-19 epidemic with varying levels of success. One approach attracting both interest and controversy is "herd immunity."

Columnists>>

Wuhan deserves to be on the tourist bucket list

By Mitchell Blatt

Wuhan, with a rich history, has a lot to offer tourists, and tourists, in coming months, can offer Wuhan some help in getting up and running again after the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Can you get infected with COVID-19 from imported Chinese products?

By Sajjad Malik

Fears that COVID-19 can spread by attaching themselves to the surfaces of goods exported from China are far-fetched and should be ignored. 

Trump's 'Chinese virus' is a racist attack

By Mitchell Blatt

In an attempt to distance himself from criticism, U.S. President Donald Trump is calling the coronavirus the "Chinese virus." Asian Americans, as well as Asians around the world, are collateral damage.

 
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In Focus>>

Great and beautiful: Zhang Weili defends UFC title

Zhang Weili stunned the world last year with a 42-second TKO, rewriting the history book on Chinese fighters at the UFC. This year on local time March 7, Zhang successfully defended her UFC strawweight title in Las Vegas with a split-decision victory over former champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk who previously held the belt for over two years.