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The city of 11 million people along the Yangtze River has long been a major transport hub, compounding the challenge of stopping the spread of the coronavirusThe capital of Hubei province is also known as an academic powerhouse and is home to China’s first laboratory dedicated to highly contagious deadly diseases
Paedophile tutor preyed on primary school boys, concealing criminal record for sex offences in Hong Kong so he could join organisation
Yan Tsz-ho, 37, applied to be a volunteer tutor at non-profit organisation and signed two declarations claiming he had a clear sexual conviction recordHe had been abusing his victims, boys aged six and seven, in one-on-one tutoring sessions at local restaurants
Authorities scramble to trace four family members of one of the patients, who continued their journey to ManilaMainland Chinese passenger travelled to city by high-speed rail, having earlier been to Wuhan
The repeat offender took advantage of unlocked doors in the hall of residence to grope two first-year students.
Trade deal and tech war are in ‘parallel universes’ with minor progress on tariffs a mere sticking plaster in wider deterioration, academic says.
Five people who benefited from Chongqing teacher Phillip Hancock’s liver, kidneys and corneas after his death are now making music.
Traveller told them it was for her own baby but could not explain its source and did not have quarantine approval for it.
Notorious gangster given fish and rice for last supper which he ate alone in his cell.
Huawei’s global smartphone shipments surpassed 240 million units in 2019 as it fought off US blacklist
Huawei was the only one of the top-five global smartphone vendors to achieve double-digit growth in smartphone sales in the third quarter of 2019.
Shanghai introduces facial recognition drug collection terminals to combat abuse by patients and pharmacists
New terminals being trialled at 31 health care organisations require people buying controlled medicines to verify their identities through face scans. The system is expected to prevent potential abusers from obtaining prescription medicines and turning them into materials for illegal drugs.