• US blacklisting of Chinese high-tech firms opposed (The US government decided to add 33 Chinese technology companies and institutions to its”Entity List”)
  • US Imposes travel restrictions on Brazil due to COVID-19
  • Study links anti-malaria drug to higher death risk(A study of 96,000 hospitalized coronavirus patients who received the anti-malaria drug being taken by US President Donald Trump to guard against getting the coronavirus found that those who received the drug were more likely to have abnormal heart rhythms and were more likely to die, according to a study published on Friday in the medical journal The Lancet)
  • Mumbai airport resumes domestic flight operations
  • China, US experts discuss health policies at video forum
  • UK government vows to deliver virus trace system
  • 5G accelerating with 10000 base stations built per week in China
  • Aussie students return to school as restrictions ease
  • Italy’s daily COVID-19 death toll continues to fall
  • Drive-in concert held in S. Korea for safety, comfort from COVID-19
  • Once-in-a-decade storm hammers Australia’s west coast


  • Final-year students may return to Hubei University in June
  • Chinese team reaches new heights in Mount Qomolangma reassuring efforts (arrived at altitude of 7028 meters on Sunday)
  • New database on China’s biodiversity released(The checklist includes more than 120,000 species, including 54359 animal species, 37,793 plant species and 12,506 fungi species. The checklist can be downloaded through the website
  • NPC deputy: Spinning bamboo into gold (Chishui bamboo waving, -intangible cultural heritage ICH.)
  • Vocational schools set to aid poverty alleviation