China lab leak infects thousands with bacterial disease
CNA explores Singapore on foot (Day 4): Getting into hot water and searching for crocs
Thursday (Oct 15) was the penultimate day of CNA's long walk around Singapore, with journalists Matthew Mohan and Gaya Chandramohan venturing out ...
Too much vaccine factories,not lab.
In coronavirus vaccine race, China inoculates thousands before trials are completedChina is inoculating tens of thousands of its citizens with experimental coronavirus vaccines and attracting international interest in their development, despite expert concerns over the safety of drugs that have not completed standard testing. China launched a vaccine emergency use programme in July Haha ... its that still a surprise to the western worlds? China has never been hesitant in using their own people as guinea pigs. To the top, they have so many to spares. It’s called “for the good of the nation, your sacrifice will be remembered” COVID19 vaccines
China claims 1.3 million Xinjiang residents given ‘vocational training’ each yearChina released a white paper on Thursday claiming that its far western Xinjiang region has provided “vocational training” to nearly 1.3 million workers every year on average from 2014 to 2019.It comes as Beijing is facing mounting criticism from Western countries and human rights groups over its policies
China to make decision on WHO coronavirus vaccine programme snubbed by TrumpBEIJING (BLOOMBERG) - China faces a major test in its vaccine diplomacy, with a deadline fast approaching on whether it will officially join a World Health Organisation-backed effort to ensure everyone across the globe is inoculated against Covid-19.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
China accuses Taiwan of using students for espionageBEIJING (NYTIMES) - China has accused intelligence agencies in Taiwan of targeting mainland students on the island, drawing accusations of hypocrisy from Taipei as it investigates possible espionage by Beijing.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
US pushes large arms sale to Taiwan, including jet missiles that can hit ChinaWASHINGTON (NYTIMES) - The Trump administration is pushing the sale of seven large packages of weapons to Taiwan, including long-range missiles that would allow Taiwanese jets to hit distant Chinese targets in the event of a conflict, say officials familiar with the proposals.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Arm China investor sues company, escalating CEO spat amid saleThe Chinese division of UK-based chip designer Arm Ltd has been sued by an investor over its board's attempt to oust the unit's chief executive, ...