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Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

China’s two session political gathering sets priority for COVID-19 recovery

Ten years after, facing another global recession, the central authorities saw the pandemic  as “great timing” to develop “the new infrastructure,” which encompasses 5G, ultra-high-voltage power facilities, inter-city transport, new energy vehicle charging stations, big data centers, artificial intelligence and industrial internet.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

24-hour vending machines distribute masks to help Singapore contain the spread of COVID-19

The new reusable masks “are made of at least three layers of material, with a filtration efficiency of at least 95%, even after 30 washes,” according to the government’s website. 

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

From Wuhan to New York City: A coronavirus story

 The flight arrived on Christmas Island late at night, and the evacuees were shuffled into large white vans, which took them to their accommodation, the detention center.

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Chinese students studying here weigh in on Hong Kong protests

Observing carefully the conflict between China and Hong Kong, is Taiwan. Just like Hong Kong, Taiwan is not considered to be an independent sovereignty by mainland China.

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Meet Fresh brings a bit of sweet Taiwan to the Bowery

Meet Fresh has over 600 locations across the globe in locations including China, Japan, Los Angeles and now New York City.

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A Peaceful Resistance Amid a Sea of Strife

The Chinese government outlawed the practice of Falun Gong to “protect human rights and the interests of the public,” according to the Chinese Embassy’s website.

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Agan Town: Fifteen years after coal mining ends

This documentary navigates the living conditions of the remaining town residents.

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In pursuit of spiritual freedom

Falun Gong practitioners find freedom in the United States.

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International students struggle to find jobs in the U.S.

They have to deal with restrictive visa requirements and limited jobs opportunities because of their limited visa status.

Special Report: Election 2012

Chinese-American voters support Obama

Orla Lin, whose daily responsibilities include helping her mostly Chinese-American customers get their medications, said she planned to vote for President Obama because he had a more diplomatic approach with regard to U.S-China relations.