The strict social distancing measures, including a near 11-week travel ban, appear to have paid off, and life is slowly getting back to normal in Wuhan, even as the virus devastates Europe and the US.
Some scientists suspect wild animals sold in a market were the source of the coronavirus pandemic, that has killed more than 48,000 lives worldwide so far, while others argue it was in circulation elsewhere in Wuhan even earlier.
Shenzhen-based Huawei is at the centre of a spat between China and the US with the latter saying the company’s 5G technology could be used as a backdoor spy channel for Beijing.
Naomi Osaka has withdrawn from the WTA Finals because of a right shoulder injury ahead of her scheduled round-robin match against top-ranked Ash Barty.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp plans to launch more than 10 5G phones in 2020, the company CEO Lei Jun said on Sunday, speaking at the World Internet Conference in the eastern Chinese town of Wuzhen.
Huawei's revenues jumped 24.4 percent on-year to $86.2 billion and its profit margin increased 8.7 percent, despite what it called a US campaign to isolate the company globally.
The operator of the express train to Hong Kong's airport has suspended service as anti-Beijing protesters gathered there following a day of violent clashes with police.
Nearly three months of fiery anti-government demonstrations in Hong Kong have sparked concerns that the military will be deployed in the semi-autonomous Chinese city.
"The relevant employee is a Hong Kong resident, not a British citizen," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said at a daily briefing. "In other words, he is Chinese. This is purely the internal affairs of China."
Carrie Lam announced a platform for talks to help the China-ruled city find a "way out" after weeks of rallies. Protesters say Lam has not responded to demands, which include democracy, her resignation and an enquiry into the use of police force.
The Hong Kong protests started as a peaceful rebuke of the government in April but have evolved into a direct challenge to Chinese rule over this former British colony.
Hong Kong student protestors plan to demonstrate in the city's tourist districts where dozens of visitors come from mainland China. With this move they want to show their grievances and explain why their opposition to the extradition bill.
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