Many people worry that a Wuhan coronavirus outbreak that killed 17 could be a repeat of the deadly SARS pandemic in 2003 that killed hundreds and wrecked havoc on Hong Kong's economy. A lot has changed since 2003 -- but not everything.
Kim Kyong-hui resurfaces as Kim Jong-un emphasizes his bloodline to consolidate his people’s loyalty.
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Concern over the outbreak has crept closer to central government offices and the ruling Communist Party’s seat of power.
China's president tells a high-level meeting that the country faces a "grave situation".
Representation of China's LGBT community is improving but many still struggle during Lunar New Year.
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At least 10 cities in China's central Hubei province are facing travel restrictions, including Wuhan itself. Authorities in Beijing and other cities have canceled some or all large-scale Lunar New Year celebrations, a rare, drastic step to reign in ...
Speaking on the 10th anniversary of the 2003 SARS crisis, Zhong Nanshan, one of the heroes in China's fight against that disease, described it as a ...
Wuhan, the city of 11 million people, where the coronavirus outbreak began, is under partial lockdown in an effort to contain the spread.
Shanghai Disneyland shut down, and the youngest victim so far was identified as a 36-year-old man in central China.
Footage shows the men washing themselves with soap and a bucket of water in southern Vietnam.
The new travel restrictions include 12 cities as the death toll climbed to 26. In the epicenter, anxiety prevailed as mistrustful residents crowded ...
Officials in Myanmar have said little about a ruling that it must protect the Muslim ethnic group and report back on the steps it has taken.
Asia’s two largest economies have been drawing closer. But as the Lunar New Year holiday starts, some Japanese say they cannot help but regard Chinese visitors warily.