• Key launch for Beidou satellite system set for Tuesday
  • First-tier cities remain the first choice for grades(first-tier cities, including Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, as well as the new first-tier cities, such as Chengdu, Hangzhou, and Xi’an, remain the first choice for graduates when searching for jobs.)
  • Express delivery revenue to exceed 860b yuan in 2020
  • Chongqing’s Qijiang River to see largest flooding since 1940(The highest water level at Wucha Station on the river will surpass the safe level-201.5l meters-by 5.7 to 6.3 meters)
  • Baidu to expand investment in new infrastructure areas over the next 10 years, which include artificial intelligence, chipsets, cloud computing and data centers)
  • WAIC to adopt new model integrating offline and online(The World Artificial Intelligence Conference 2020 in Shanghai will adopt for the first time a hybrid model where offline exhibitions and online displays take place simultaneously to discuss frontier AI issues)
  • Infection found at Beijing construction sites
  • Kung fu shrine Shaolin Temple reopens to public
  • Traders grow with Xinfadi
  • Taiwan downgrades 2020 GDP forecast
  • China’s AI software and application market hit $2.89b in 2019
  • 27-year-old barista crowned with nation’s latte art champion(In latte art, a cup of coffee is prepared by pouring microfoam into espresso, and a pattern is created on the surface.)


  • China-EU meeting to enhance ties
  • Turkish companies in various sectors paid, via banks, their import bills from China using yuan
  • Huawei to get green light for $500m R&D center in UK(Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is expected to receive planning permission this week to build a 400-million-pound ≈$494.24 million research and development center in the UK, British media The Times reported on June 21. The facility will be build for researching and developing chips for use in broadband.)
  • Over 40 mysterious respiratory deaths in California could rewrite narrative of COVID-19
  • Japan withdraws bid to host 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup
  • Chinese brocade silk shines in Bangkok

COVID-19 world data June 22, 2020

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