Negative views of China rise sharply in Australia, Britain, 12 other countries, says survey; COVID-19 handling key factor
Citizens in the surveyed countries also do not trust China's leader Xi Jinping, with a median of 78 percent saying they do not have confidence in him to do the right thing in world affairs
SFTS Virus is not a new virus and China has isolated pathogen of the virus in 2011, and it belongs to the Bunyavirus category.
China’s CDC is now looking into potential immunization programs, trying to figure out whether to prioritize children, the elderly or healthcare workers.
Black Coal, Thin Ice, Diao Yinan’s Berlinale Golden Bear winner, smuggles fascinating layers into a genre film
When genre conventions are punctuated by other considerations, Black Coal, Thin Ice slowly drifts away (in a good way) from the expected.
New virus strain found in pigs in China has the potential to become a pandemic however there is no imminent risk
The study said pigs are important “mixing vessels” for the influenza virus and has asked that this potential problem be kept under surveillance.
Indians have made Chinese food their own; boycotting it only betrays our culinary culture and middle-class
In the wake of the conflagration at the border, Ramdas Athawale, union minister, has decided that the patriotic Indian must launch a boycott of Chinese food. What he does not realise that Chinese food in India has as much to do with China as a Japanese curry has to do with our korma and qalia.
Trump, who himself has considered abandoning the pact signed in January, told a White House press briefing he wanted to see if Beijing lived up to the deal to massively increase purchases of US goods.
Parents are dealing with children who are too old to be shushed or placated and too young to understand the situation the world is in.
South Africa's Olympics gold-medallist swimmer Chad le Clos says he always knew Chinese swimmer Sun Yang was cheating
Sun, a multiple world and Olympic champion, was banned for eight years last Friday for missing an out-of-competition test in 2018
Centre asks Badminton federation to provide clarity on health status of Chinese shuttlers participating in India Open
Badminton Association of India is optimistic about China's participation in the India Open despite fears surrounding the coronavirus as Chinese shuttlers were in quarantine for almost a fortnight in Europe
Wrestling Federation of India president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh says Chinese, Pakistani grapplers will get visas ahead of Asian Championships
As per United World Wrestling bidding rules, it's mandatory for hosts to ensure all participating nations get visas for a tournament
Imran Khan, on International Anti-corruption Day, tells Pakistanis living abroad to learn from Indian diaspora
Addressing a ceremony to mark International Anti-corruption Day, Imran Khan said Pakistan was facing an existential threat due to rampant corruption.
Hong Kong police re-enter Polytechnic University, retrieve petrol bombs; cops, protesters clash last month turned campus into battleground
Between 26 November and 2 December, authorities seized 4,296 petrol bombs, 671 bottles of chemicals and 622 weapons, police said in a statement
Hong Kong comes to a standstill after protesters stage marches, flashmob protests in defiance of mask ban
Masked pro-democracy protesters marched through Hong Kong in defiance of a ban on face coverings as much of the city ground to a halt on Saturday.
Zhuhai Championships 2019: ATP executive VP Alison Lee says China needs to produce top tennis players to get more tournaments
Lee said that more Chinese tennis players at the top of the rankings would produce the momentum needed to push the proposals of more ATP Tour tournaments in China
UN Security Council agrees to extend political mission in Afghanistan after overcoming veto threat by China
The United Nations Security Council unanimously agreed on Tuesday to extend a UN political mission in Afghanistan after last-minute talks.
BWF World Championships 2019: HS Prannoy leaves Lin Dan gasping for breath, regains old touch with win over familiar foe
HS Prannoy beat the highly-decorated Chinese Lin Dan 21-11, 13-21, 21-7 which brings his head to head record against the five-time world champion at 3-2
Day after shutting down Hong Kong airport, authorities suspend check-in for all flights; leaders warn of 'dangerous consequences'
The Hong Kong airport on Tuesday suspended check-ins for all flights after protests began at one of the world's busiest airports.
Wimbledon 2019: Barbara Strycova caps off great tournament with women's doubles title partnering Tiawan's Hsieh Su-wei
Barbara Strycova won her maiden Grand Slam title and also became the World No 1 in doubles rankings when she won the women's doubles with Hsieh Su-wei
Hong Kong protests: Protesters set to rally in area popular with mainland Chinese as anger against government revives
Hong Kong protesters are set to rally for second day in area popular with mainland Chinese shoppers as anger over government revives. The protests are the latest in a wave of demonstrations that have rocked the former British colony for more than a month.