• US Business group concerned about “reshoring” push(The head of the US Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday warned against “restoring” too much production from China, saying that there should be a “Huge place” in the American economy for the global supply chain)
  • At UN, a call for more aid to Syria (The United Nations’ top aid official has urged the Security Council to renew a mechanism that provides lifesaving assistance to millions of desperate people in northwest Syria through cross-border deliveries from Turkey.)
  • South Africa to reopen school on June 1


  • Improving public health emergency management needs to be priority
  • Lenovo posts robust financial results(Chinese tech giant Lenovo Group Ltd announced robust results for its full fiscal year ending on March 31, demonstrating the company’s position of strength amid unprecedented global transformations. Despite a fiscal year full of macro-economic and industrial challenges, the company delivered full-year revenue exceeding $50 billion for the second consecutive year. Profitability remainder a strength, with historical high percent year-on-year)
  • Hongkong Disneyland prepares for reopening amid improving epidemic situation
  • Shanghai reports local transmission case of COVID-19
  • Guangdong to expand testing center locations