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  • Apr 19, 2022 18:02 PM
    Gallery: Guangzhou Middle School Pupils Go Back to School
    Middle schools in Guangzhou, the capital of South China’s Guangdong province, will resume in-person classes Wednesday, apart from those in Baiyun district. Students and staff, as well as those living with them, are required to provide negative nucleic acid test results within 48 hours of returning to school. They also have to take the test daily. City authorities announced the suspension of in-person classes at elementary and middle schools starting April 11 as part of Covid-19 curbs
  • Apr 19, 2022 16:03 PM
    Gallery: Fatal Hotel Roof Collapse
    The roof over a hotel swimming pool collapsed Monday in Central China’s Zhengzhou, killing three and wounding nine. Rescuers pulled 12 people from the rubble. The swimming pool is part of the Wuzhou Hotel, which was built more than 20 years ago. An investigation into the cause of the incident is underway
  • Apr 18, 2022 20:50 PM
    Gallery: Ukrainian Defenders Reject Ultimatum
    Russia said Saturday that Mariupol in eastern Ukraine was under its control, even as it issued an ultimatum to the Ukrainian defenders still fighting in the besieged port city to lay down their arms. They have since defied Russia’s surrender-or-die demand, according to a report by CNN
  • Apr 18, 2022 18:39 PM
    Gallery: Lockdowns Spread Across China
    Multiple regions across China have entered ‘static management’ amid the Covid-19 resurgence. Local governments are implementing multi-tiered lockdowns to contain the omicron variant, which have affected more than 60 million people since March. China reported more than 20,000 new local cases Sunday
  • Apr 16, 2022 18:50 PM
    Gallery: Shenzhou-13 Crew Return After Six Months in Space
    The Shenzhou-13 crew landed safely Saturday morning at the Dongfeng landing site in northwest China’s Gobi Desert after returning from a record six-month stay aboard the Chinese space station Tiangong. Astronauts Zhai Zhigang, Ye Guangfu and Wang Yaping exited the capsule 1 hour and 10 minutes after touching down. During their stay on the space station, the three astronauts carried out two spacewalks and conducted numerous experiments
  • Apr 15, 2022 20:03 PM
    Gallery: Maintaining the Falconry Tradition
    The traditional sport of falconry continues to prevail in a small village in Northeast China’s Jilin province, despite a long-standing debate between its value as a symbol of cultural heritage versus wildlife protection. The centuries-old practice has been criticized by animal rights activists because taming the birds may involve animal abuse
  • Apr 15, 2022 19:18 PM
    Gallery: Another Province Clamps Down to Contain Covid
    North China’s Shanxi province has tightened restrictions to get a handle on a growing Covid-19 outbreak. Cities including Taiyuan and Yuncheng locked down some areas and imposed traffic control measures as multiple cases were detected among express delivery workers. The province reported 54 local cases on Thursday
  • Apr 14, 2022 19:03 PM
    Gallery: Ukraine’s Gathering Storm
    As Ukrainian forces prepare for a more intense battle in the eastern Donbas region, satellite images show Russian military forces gathering for a renewed assault. In the besieged port city of Mariupol, more than 1,000 Ukrainian soldiers have surrendered, Russia’s Defense Ministry says
  • Apr 14, 2022 18:59 PM
    Gallery: Hainan’s Rainforest Biodiversity
    Researchers have discovered at least 28 new species of wildlife in the tropical forests of the southern island province. The discoveries were made over the past three years as part of government efforts to protect biodiversity and establish nature reserves. The island’s rainforests are home to endangered animals such as the Hainan black-crested gibbon and peach blossom jellyfish
  • Apr 13, 2022 19:39 PM
    Gallery: Top Press Photos of the Year
    A photo of red dresses hung on crosses, captured by Canadian photographer Amber Bracken, was one of four to win the 2022 World Press Photo of the Year award. On Thursday, the World Press Photo Foundation also recognized three other works as the best piece of photojournalism and the best documentary project, including Saving Forests with Fire by Matthew Abbott, and Lalo de Almeida’s Amazonian Dystopia, a series that documents threats facing the Amazon rainforest. This year’s competition drew 4,066 photographers from 130 countries
  • Apr 12, 2022 21:24 PM
    Gallery: Women in Space
    On the International Day of Human Space Flight, which commemorates the first manned space flight carried out by the Soviet Union’s Yuri Gagarin on April 12, 1961, Caixin has compiled photos of women astronauts who made history among the stars
  • Apr 12, 2022 19:41 PM
    Gallery: Remembering the Flying Tigers
    An expo featuring nearly 700 photographs to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Flying Tigers and America's Second World War Air Defense of China opened Saturday at the National Air and Space Museum in the U.S. Chinese Ambassador to the U.S. Qin Gang, Former NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and former Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force Norton A. Schwartz, delivered speeches at Saturday’s opening ceremony. The Flying Tigers were American airmen who battled Japanese forces in China and Southeast Asia during World War II
  • Apr 11, 2022 20:16 PM
    Gallery: Civilians Brave Hardship in Eastern Ukraine
    Eastern Ukraine has become the epicenter of escalating fighting between Ukrainian and Russian forces. In besieged Mariupol, ongoing street fights and airstrikes have ravaged the city and led to a rising death toll. Even those who attempted to flee were not spared — a missile hit a railway station in Kramatorsk in the Donetsk region on Friday, killing at least 57 people
  • Apr 11, 2022 17:01 PM
    Gallery: Shanghai Scrambles for Food
    Couriers and volunteers are racing to distribute food in Shanghai to ease a shortage for residents under lockdown for Covid-19. More couriers have returned to work during the past weekend as e-commerce and food delivery platforms like have joined the fight against the virus. The city launched a new round of citywide mass testing over the past two days. It tested more than 25 million people, 25,000 of whom had results outside the norm, Shanghai officials said
  • Apr 08, 2022 20:23 PM
    Gallery: Shrinking Fringe Communities of Beijing
    Amateur photographers Xiao Laoshu and Spring present their lives as migrant workers on the fringes of Beijing, where rent is cheap and many out-of-towners live. Their photos show the changes that are taking place in the capital’s suburban communities
  • Apr 08, 2022 16:34 PM
    Gallery: China’s Makeshift Covid Hospitals
    More venues are being converted into makeshift hospitals across the country amid the rising omicron wave. In Shanghai, workers are racing against time to set up beds for Covid-19 patients. In Shenzhen, the first makeshift care center for pets separated from their owners due to the pandemic opened Sunday. National health authorities said on March 22 that each province should set up at least two to three makeshift hospitals to battle the outbreak
  • Apr 07, 2022 19:53 PM
    Gallery: Famed Painter Zao Wou-Ki’s Donated Collection
    Hong Kong’s newly-opened M+ museum recently introduced its donated collection by preeminent Chinese-French painter Zao Wou-Ki, who synthesized the tenets of Western modernism and traditional Chinese painting. Born in Beijing in 1920, Zao showed an early aptitude for calligraphy and was accepted to the prestigious Hangzhou School of Fine Arts at age 15. Zao was made a member of the French Academy of Fine Arts in 2002 and is considered one of the most successful Chinese painters of the 20th century
  • Apr 07, 2022 17:42 PM
    Gallery: Commuters Queue as Capital Reopens Border
    Covid-related travel restrictions on three areas adjacent to Beijing were lifted Tuesday, leading to long lines of passengers at bus stations and checkpoints along the commuter routes between Beijing and Hebei. Many out-of-town travelers have been impacted by the closure, being forced to wait more than 20 days to enter the capital or return to Hebei
  • Apr 06, 2022 19:53 PM
    Gallery: Russia Under Sanctions
    The U.S. and EU are hammering Russia with a fresh round of sanctions, after revelations of the killing of civilians in Bucha, Ukraine. The sum of economic penalties on Moscow has put a heavy toll on the country’s economy, as European countries curb Russian fuel purchases and international brands withdrew. More than 600 companies have announced a suspension of operations in Russia since the beginning of the war, according to a Yale School of Management report
  • Apr 06, 2022 18:27 PM
    Gallery: China’s Frontline Covid Fighters
    Workers in protective gear are at the center of China’s efforts to control the spread of Covid-19 as the country tightens restrictions to fight the virus. On Tuesday, the country reported more than 20,000 new locally transmitted cases, of which more than 17,000 were reported in Shanghai and more than 2,500 were found in the northeastern province of Jilin