Tag: #COVID-19

US threatens world’s epidemic control with ‘low human rights advantage’

Mu Lu July 14, 2020

US threatens world’s epidemic control with ‘low human rights advantage’

The US has been repeatedly shocking the world with its COVID-19 data - It registered over 2.88 million infections and nearly 130,000 deaths as of press time. Many people are wondering what is wrong with the US. The self-proclaimed defender of human rights has attached no importance to...More

Cuba denounces the impact of the US blockade on the fight against COVID-19

ABEL GONZALEZ ALAYÓN July 04, 2020

Cuba denounces the impact of the US blockade on the fight against COVID-19

HAVANA. Yahima Esquivel, permanent representative of Cuba to UNESCO, denounced Thursday the effects of the U.S. economic, commercial and financial blockade on his country's efforts to confront the COVID-19. Speaking at the Executive Council of the multilateral body, Esquivel pointed out the tightening of the U.S. blockade, which...More

US’ last attempt before losing hegemony

GT Staff Reporters June 30, 2020

US’ last attempt before losing hegemony

Bills to confront China have been piling up in the US Congress in the past months amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which analysts said is reflective of unrealistic yet radical appeals to contain China. Such attempts are made regardless of the sacrifices to the China-US relationships and people-to-people exchanges....More

WFTU extends solidarity to the US Workers’ Movement

Left Review Online June 22, 2020

WFTU extends solidarity to the US Workers’ Movement

Kathmandu. World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU) expressed its solidarity with the US working-class movement. WFTU Coordinating Committee organized a press meet at Kathmandu on June 19, 2020 followed by a solidarity programme. The leaders of the WFTU Affiliate Unions CONEP, NEFON, NTUF, ANTUC, REFONT, DEFONT, DECONT, ANTRUF...More

US political elites can fool Americans, but not the world: Li Haidong

Li Qingqing June 20, 2020

US political elites can fool Americans, but not the world: Li Haidong

US Republican Congressman Michael McCaul on Monday released an interim report titled "The origins of the COVID-19 global pandemic, including the roles of the Chinese Communist Party and the World Health Organization." The report criticized China's alleged concealment of the COVID-19 spread. It also called for "new leadership...More

Plots and Hopes from COVID-19

Pramesh Pokhrel June 12, 2020

Plots and Hopes from COVID-19

The humanity has an encounter with the biggest challenge of the 21st century. The pandemic of coronavirus, COVID-19 has challenged the world as the number of infections and deaths toll accelerate daily. While a few countries like China have been very efficient in fighting pandemic, it has created...More

Famine at the shores

JC MERCADO June 11, 2020

Famine at the shores

Most fishing communities depend on a slew of traditional and modern forecasts to see a storm coming. At the best times, this gives them ample time to secure their boats and houses, get loans to stock up food, and brace themselves for at most a week of skipped...More

Inept US leadership fuels racial fires

Brian Becker June 08, 2020

Inept US leadership fuels racial fires

Mass protests in the US have spread like wildfire in the week since the graphic and gruesome images of the police murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis went viral. Bystanders begged the police to stop. With little regard for this black man's life, the police didn't stop crushing...More

Flight tit-for-tat will hit many US firms

Tu Lei May 29, 2020

Flight tit-for-tat will hit many US firms

US airlines might be taking the most direct and biggest blow from the suspension of flights to China, but other US businesses in a wide range of sectors such as Apple and Qualcomm are also taking a hit. Those companies have become an important driving force in pushing...More

Institutional advantage helps China fight COVID-19

He Lei May 22, 2020

Institutional advantage helps China fight COVID-19

"Man must have some spirit," said the late Chinese leader Mao Zedong. A country, a nation, a political party and an army should "have some spirit" as well. Chinese civilization has thrived for 5,000 years, and this relies on China's national spirit, with patriotism at its core, which...More

TCM brings health success, comfort to Chinese people in Russia during COVID-19

Shan Jie May 20, 2020

TCM brings health success, comfort to Chinese people in Russia during COVID-19

TCM doctors in Russia were among the first ones to act in the COVID-19 outbreak, helping ease the nervousness of Chinese residents at the onset of the pandemic. "We mainly direct people to prevent the disease by using TCM means. If the patients get severe, we help them...More

China-assisted makeshift hospital handed over to Nigeria

Left Review Online May 19, 2020

China-assisted makeshift hospital handed over to Nigeria

A China-assisted makeshift hospital, the largest of its kind in Nigeria, was handed over to the Nigerian government on Tuesday, shoring up the western African nation's defenses against the COVID-19 pandemic. The hospital, the first makeshift facility in Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria, is a renovation of...More

Prioritizing human rights helps China defeat COVID-19: experts

Hu Yuwei May 19, 2020

Prioritizing human rights helps China defeat COVID-19: experts

China prioritized human rights amid the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring people’s lives and health in a people-centric approach, and therefore achieved the results of quickly taking the epidemic under control, experts stressed in an international conference entitled “ Guarantee of the Right to Life in Epidemic Prevention and Control...More

Issues to be settled for East Asia to stabilize industrial chain

Zhang Yansheng May 18, 2020

Issues to be settled for East Asia to stabilize industrial chain

All three major production networks in the world - East Asia, North America and Europe - have encountered economic fallout from the deadly COVID-19. Regions more deeply involved in globalization with more complex technique requirements and closer international divisions of labor are being hit harder by the virus....More

China’s aviation transport plunges over 60% in April: CAAC

Left Review Online May 17, 2020

China’s aviation transport plunges over 60% in April: CAAC

Beijing. Both cargo and passenger transportation in China's aviation sector plunged over 60 percent year-on-year in April as the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage, though the decline narrowed with Chinese economic and social activities on a recovery trajectory, official data showed on Wednesday. The country's aviation industry...More