• Huawei issue focuses spotlight on Sino-UK ties (The United Kingdom could be dealt a severe economic set back if Chinese telecom giant Huawei is barred from taking part in creating the country’s 5G network, according to experts. Some Conservative members of Parliament are calling on the UK government to reverse its decision taken in January to back Huawei’s involvement in the next generation of wireless network technology)
  • Chinese shares rise on Thursday
  • Chinese mainland reports 3 new COVID-19 cases
  • “Strictest measures” to prevent gaokao identity theft
  • Duty-free shops in Hainan provide steep discounts
  • Booming live broadcast market boosts e-commerce
  • Jia Yueting no longer owns any share in FF
  • University students graduate in on-site and virtual ceremony
  • Female suffering from rare disease creates a new life with dolls
  • Luckin’s net revenue inflated by over 2b yuan in 2019
  • CIIE-themed aircraft launched by China Eastern Airlines
  • E-commerce a driver for China’s economic development
  • A student rises despite physical challenges
  • New tour bus commemorates founding of the CPC
  • Walking Beijing’s streets is first step to happiness.
  • Herder’s notebook records path out of poverty


  • Big advertisers start a month-long Facebook boycott
  • Texas faces COVID-19 surge
  • Arizona to get more help on COVID-19
  • Yirus damage hits UK as 11000 jobs are lost
  • Business lobby group seeks more boardroom diversity(British boardrooms are being asked to appoint at least one person from an ethnic minority background in the next three years, as a way of making a lasting change to business culture in the light of the issues and debate highlighted by the Black Lives Matter protest movement)

COVID-19 JULY 2,2020

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