The reason why a hundred children in Xiayi, Henan suffered abnormal nosebleeds

Insights 05/27/22, 00:39

Recently, a video circulated about parents who took their children to the hospital for examination in Xiayi County, Shangqiu City, Henan Province due to abnormal nosebleeds. On May 25, the Environmental Protection Bureau of Xiayi County released a report that the specialists had already investigated several related factories close to the ...

Beijing tightens COVID net; Shanghai partially resumes transportation

China 05/27/22, 00:33

Reuters reported that Beijing punishes workplaces that break laws or avoid limitations and urges people to regulate their own activities. Beijing health officials have been sending out text messages recently urging individuals to report themselves if they believe they may have visited the same sites as the infected. The Beijing Municipal Health ...

Protests break out at Beijing universities

Human Rights 05/27/22, 00:30

Universities in Bejing have closed their campuses for weeks as part of a pandemic prevention policy. The closures have triggered despair and disillusionment among Chinese youngsters. Recently, many protests have taken place in different universities in China's capital. On the evening of May 24, hundreds of students of Bejing Normal University gathered ...

Those who fled Shanghai fell into an impossible situation

Human Rights 05/27/22, 00:02

After enduring difficult living conditions for many days because of the blockade order, those who want to leave Shanghai face a new difficulty. According to Appolo News, after living in complete isolation from the outside world for 75 days in Shanghai, a female university student returned to Chengdu. However, she was ...

Shanghai: 4 hours to go out, but locked out when time limit expires

Human Rights 05/26/22, 23:52

The reopening of Shanghai remains tentative. The lockdown is not fully lifted, but some restrictions have indeed loosened. Nonetheless, compared to the initial expectations for a gradual resumption, the freedom residents are granted is only a drop in the bucket. In a Shanghai community, residents are seen cramped behind a closed ...

Giant sand wall appears in Qinghai

China 05/26/22, 23:48

China Today posted a video on May 25 about a sandstorm in Qinghai Province. There are dust and sand in some parts of Golmud, Qinghai, with visibility of fewer than 100 meters. The sandstorm lasted for about an hour, and vehicles were temporarily at a standstill due to low visibility. The meteorological department ...

New level of insanity: Certificate of nucleic acid test required before cremation

Insights 05/26/22, 20:12

The Chinese government's extreme anti-epidemic measures have gradually escalated, with authorities requiring all citizens to take nucleic acid tests under the slogan "no one is left behind." Recently, in Shenzhen, a regulation issued by the government-controlled funeral home was revealed by netizens. The funeral home requires people going to the ...

Beijing tightens COVID net; Shanghai partially resumes transportation

Human Rights 05/26/22, 02:31

Reuters reported that Beijing punishes workplaces that break laws or avoid limitations and urges people to regulate their own activities. Beijing health officials have been sending out text messages recently urging individuals to report themselves if they believe they may have visited the same sites as the infected. The Beijing Municipal Health ...

Shanghai: Insurance company rejects resident’s COVID allowance claims

Insights 05/26/22, 02:24

Since the outbreak occurred, some Chinese insurance companies have started to provide COVID-related insurance products. However, the topic of an insurance company refusing to pay residents in Shanghai has become a hot search on Weibo. Shanghai STV News reported on March 8, a woman surnamed Shen spent 59 yuan (about 9 ...

Shanghai easing lockdown: Residents buying food under strict control

Insights 05/26/22, 02:18

Shanghai announced itself to reopen in phases, gradually escaping lockdown. Citizens can start going out to buy food, but only under strict control. Some communities issue the exit-entry pass, under which residents can only go out within a certain period. The neighborhood committee previously issued the entry pass. Each household has ...

Shanghai Covid epidemic: Vegetables are too expensive to buy

Economy 05/26/22, 02:09

Because of the strict lockdown, international media could not enter Shanghai to report the situation. However, videos and images shared by Shanghai people help the world understand more about the harshness of the "zero-Covid" policy from the Chinese government. A few days ago, ET cited a video sharing how the Shanghai ...