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  • Mar 21, 2022 20:43 PM
    Gallery: War Wreaks More Havoc on Ukraine
    Rubble lies scattered across the floors of Ukrainian homes as the war continues. Russian shelling of Kyiv on Sunday destroyed buildings including a shopping mall. In Kharkiv, more than 600 buildings have been destroyed. Many people are still trapped in the besieged port city of Mariupol. According to the U.N., the war has forced more than 10 million people to abandon their homes in Ukraine
  • Mar 21, 2022 19:02 PM
    Gallery: The Plight of the World’s Forests
    March 21 marks the International Day of Forests, designated a U.N. awareness day in 2012. To mark the occasion, Caixin compiled a series of photos of forests that are disappearing due to natural disasters and human-driven activities
  • Mar 18, 2022 19:59 PM
    Gallery: Ukraine’s Cities Under Siege
    Smoke and flames pour from buildings across Ukraine as cities including Kyiv, Kharkiv and Mariupol have been besieged by Russian forces. Moscow has denied bombing a theater in Maripol where people had taken shelter. Fighting has touched every Ukrainian region as of Thursday, Interior Minister Denys Monastyrsky said
  • Mar 18, 2022 17:33 PM
    Gallery: Snow Brings Out Forbidden City’s Majesty
    White flakes on the yellow and red walls of the Forbidden City add an air of romance to Beijing’s imperial palace complex. A late winter snow hit the capital after temperatures plunged Thursday, with the national weather bureau forecasting continued snowfall around North China
  • Mar 17, 2022 19:50 PM
    Gallery: Inflow of Refugees Swells Across Europe
    Refugees from Ukraine streamed into countries such as Belgium and Poland, as war with Russia continue to send people fleeing. Around 3 million people have fled Ukraine since Feb. 24, according to the U.N. In Poland alone, an estimated 1.8 million have come seeking refuge, a number matching the population of the country’s capital and largest city Warsaw
  • Mar 17, 2022 14:56 PM
    Gallery: Earthquake Jolts Japan
    A 7.4-magnitude earthquake jolted the coast of Fukushima in Japan on Wednesday night, killing at least four and injuring more than 90. Besides damaging roads and houses, the quake knocked out power in more than 10 prefectures, including the Toyko region, plunging millions of households into darkness and disrupting public transport
  • Mar 16, 2022 19:51 PM
    Gallery: Kyiv’s Homes Under Fire
    Firefighters rushed to the rescue in Kyiv as strikes intensified across the city, killing civilians and destroying stores and settlements. Russia attacked a 15-story apartment building in a residential part of Kyiv on Tuesday, killing at least two and wounding several, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine said. Kyiv authorities imposed a 35-hour curfew Tuesday as shelling increased
  • Mar 16, 2022 15:14 PM
    Gallery: Deserted Streets in Once Bustling Shenzhen
    Chiwei village, a densely populated urban area in Shenzhen located along the border with Hong Kong, has gone quiet after movement controls were imposed amid a Covid outbreak. The curbs include a graded control system, designating streets into sealed, controlled and guarded areas. Residents who live in the ‘sealed areas’ are required to quarantine at home, with food delivered directly to their doors. Shenzhen reported 55 confirmed and 37 asymptomatic ones on Tuesday
  • Mar 15, 2022 20:49 PM
    Gallery: Homes Reduced to Rubble in Ukraine
    Constant Russian attacks are turning more and more urban residential areas into fields of debris. Russia and Ukraine again accused each other of killing civilians after missile fragments fell near a government building in Donetsk, killing 20 and injuring nine. Both countries plan to resume talks
  • Mar 15, 2022 18:56 PM
    Gallery: Covid Testing in the Snow in Northeast China
    Snow descended on Northeast China’s Jilin province as the latest Covid-19 outbreak worsened, leaving residents to queue for hours outdoors in wintery conditions to take nucleic acid tests. On Monday, Jilin reported over 3,000 infections, leading the government to order travel restrictions on people living across the province. The government aims to contain the virus by organizing mass testing, setting up more isolation facilities and imposing strict restrictions on movement
  • Mar 14, 2022 20:42 PM
    Gallery: Russia Strikes Base Near Polish Border
    Russian airstrikes hit a military training base near the western city of Lviv on Sunday, killing at least 35 and wounding 134, a Ukrainian official said. The military base is located some 10 miles from the Polish border. Cities across Ukraine have witnessed destruction and death as Russia’s assault on its neighbor enters day 19
  • Mar 14, 2022 18:49 PM
    Gallery: Shanghai, Shenzhen Residents Face Strict Covid Curbs
    Shanghai reported 41 confirmed local cases and 128 asymptomatic ones on Sunday. Some areas have been locked down, while public bus service was suspended to prevent the virus from spreading. In Shenzhen, where 86 cases were reported Sunday, all 17 million residents are living under lockdown Monday, curtailing residents’ movement around the city
  • Mar 11, 2022 20:02 PM
    Gallery: Millions Internally Displaced in Ukraine
    While 2.5 million people have fled Ukraine, another 2 million have been internally displaced, according to the United Nations. High-level talks between Russia and Ukraine have not yielded major results, but humanitarian corridors have been set up for refugees fleeing the attacked nation
  • Mar 11, 2022 18:39 PM
    Gallery: Chronicler of China’s Botanical Wonders
    An exhibition featuring 40 plant and bird paintings by noted botany illustrator Zeng Xiaolian opened at the Shanghai Center of Photography on Saturday. Zeng has devoted his life to documenting natural beauty of China since 1958. His paintings accurately present both the science and the art of plants
  • Mar 10, 2022 19:53 PM
    Gallery: Ukrainian Maternity Hospital Evacuated After Attack
    An attack on a maternity hospital in the city of Mariupol Wednesday left at least 17 people wounded, according to Ukrainian officials. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has accused Russia of the incident, while Russia denied its role in the carnage and dismissed the reports, calling them fakes
  • Mar 10, 2022 17:58 PM
    Gallery: Our Vanishing Natural World
    An exhibition featuring photographs of endangered or vulnerable animals opened Tuesday at the Beijing Museum of Natural History. The Disappearing World, made up of 48 works by British photographer Tim Flach, aims to raise awareness of protecting the global environment and biodiversity. The exhibition will run through June 12
  • Mar 10, 2022 15:00 PM
    Gallery: 2 Million Refugees in Two Weeks
    The number of refugees from Ukraine has soared, with the U.N.’s refugee agency estimating more than 2 million people have fled the country in the two weeks since the war with Russia began. The two countries have agreed to set up humanitarian corridors in parts of Ukraine to allow civilians to escape combat zones in relative safety. On Tuesday, Ukraine established two such areas in the cities of Sumy and Mariupol. And China finished transporting more than 6,000 of its citizens from war-torn parts of Ukraine on Wednesday
  • Mar 09, 2022 19:19 PM
    Gallery: China Ratchets Up Covid Controls
    Long lines have appeared once again at Covid-19 testing points across China as outbreaks have spread to 16 provinces. According to the National Health Commission, the number of new cases reported on the Chinese mainland exceeded 500 on Monday. In the hardest hit provinces of Yunnan, Jilin and Guangdong, local governments have designated lockdown areas to prevent the virus from spreading. More than 20 regions in China have experienced Covid-19 outbreaks since the start of this year
  • Mar 08, 2022 20:42 PM
    Gallery: Women’s Resilience and Misery in Ukraine
    While the war between Russia and Ukraine has forced hundreds of thousands of women to flee the violence with their children, many others have stayed to defend and support their country. On International Women’s Day, Caixin has compiled photos of women facing up to military conflict, demonstrating their vulnerabilities and strengths
  • Mar 08, 2022 16:27 PM
    Gallery: Women Make Mark at China’s ‘Two Sessions’
    742 female deputies are attending this year’s annual meeting of the National People’s Congress, China’s top legislature, while 440 women are members of this year’s gathering of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, which is a record for female representation in the country’s political advisory body, state media reported