• Chinese cities roll out housing subsidy to attract high-end talents
  • Local COVID-19 case found in Beijing
  • Autopilot to usher in golden age in China(Autopilot taxis are being put into trial operation on roads in Changsha, Shanghai and more places in China recently, while autopilot distributing vehicles, sanitation vehicles and police cars are being more frequently spotted as well.)
  • Hainan port plan will take opening-up higher level
  • Shanghai takes measures to help graduates
  • Doctors issue call for more organ donations
  • Shanghai details policies to help businesses affected by COVID-19
  • Slippery salamanders back from the brink(The number of endangered Xinjiang salamanders had increased to more than 3,000 as of the end of 2019 from their low point of less than 100 in 1998, according to the Xinjiang Salamander National Nature Reserve)
  • Tibet tests tree seeding from aircraft(Tibet autonomous region begin a series of helicopter flights on Monday to see if tree seeds can be effectively planted from the air. The test in Lhasa, is the first in the region. The region’s forestry and grassland bureau said seeding by air  is key to more effective greening because it is fast, cost-effective, and not limited by terrain.)
  • Twenty-six aid projects launched in Tibet’s Nyingchi
  • Liveliest area in Shanghai at night is the 1.24-square-km stretch from People’s Square to the Bund.
    • It includes the city’s well-known Nanjing Road pedestrian street, has 310 restaurants offering late-night dining, 50 bars that are open till midnight, 65 convenience stores that operate around the clock and 35 places of interest that are open in the evening.
    • The Xintiandi business circle was ranked second. The famous tourist area is home to 56 bars and 122 restaurants
    • Jiang’an Temple and its surrounding area took third place on the rankings, which also include West Nanjing Road, the Xujiahui neighborhood, the Yu Garden commercial arcade, South Shaanxi Road, Wujiaochang, Tianzifang alleys and Century Avenue in Pudong district


  • US COVID-19 cases surpass 2 million
  • Bicycle business booms amid COVID-19(PS: the bicycle order actually boomed 2 weeks ago, and 80% orders are from EU countries. New orders’ delivery time will be one month+ at least)
  • Masks, health checks become part of air travel(Cabin crew in protective suits, health certifications for passengers, mandatory face masks, and longer check-in times)
  • Latin America still face grim coronavirus fight amid ballooning caseload
  • Slave traders’ statues removed in protests in London
  • Amazon bans police use of facial recognition
  • DPRK accuses US of interference in inter-Korean relations
  • EU countries move to further reopen borders
  • Ferderer to miss rest of 2020 season
  • LG Display to develop stretchable display by 2024
  • Quantum computing is the way forward(The use of Chinese computing power to track and monitor the spread of the novel coronavirus has been widely accepted as a key part of the way the nation curbed the spread of the infection)

COVID-19 World Data (June 11, 2020)

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