Tag: #Novel Coronavirus

Birth of coronavirus still a mystery, blame game needs to be averted

Wen Sheng May 11, 2020

Birth of coronavirus still a mystery, blame game needs to be averted

The birth of the lethal COVID-19 remains a mystery, as French virologists have determined a male patient near Paris who was diagnosed with pneumonia on December 27, and actually was infected with the novel coronavirus. This is a stunning scientific find. The Frenchman, in his 50s who has...More

COVID-19 spread in emerging markets brings in new round of shocks to global economy

Left Review Online May 11, 2020

COVID-19 spread in emerging markets brings in new round of shocks to global economy

As the coronavirus pandemic is seeing an accelerating situation in emerging markets, the third round of hits to the global economy is shaping up and emerging market economies will encounter tougher challenges. Although the spread of the COVID-19 has seen flattened curves in Europe and the US, with...More

Read the past, know the future

Wang Wen May 01, 2020

Read the past, know the future

Former British prime minister Winston Churchill once said: "The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see." The COVID-19 pandemic has repeatedly broken people's previous assumptions. At first, people thought it was just a new SARS, then it was predicted to likely come...More

Unpacking lies that aim to deceive US into war with China: Exclusive with Grayzone founder

Liu Xin (GT) April 30, 2020

Unpacking lies that aim to deceive US into war with China: Exclusive with Grayzone founder

Editor's Note: The Grayzone, a US-based independent news outlet, recently published a story busting the conspiracy theory of COVID-19 escaping from China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology, adding that it is "the Trump administration’s Iraqi WMD." This is one of three parts of "US using coronavirus to escalate new...More

As pandemic spreads in the US, so do racism and xenophobia

Xin Qiang April 29, 2020

As pandemic spreads in the US, so do racism and xenophobia

While the coronavirus epidemic in China has been tamed, it has not stopped Western media, especially those in the US, from trying to exploit the crisis. They have now found another weapon to demonize China, calling it "racist" and "xenophobic." This hype has been constant over the past...More

GT investigation: Is China’s job market facing risk of social instability?

Left Review Online April 28, 2020

GT investigation: Is China’s job market facing risk of social instability?

Editor's Note: In the epic global struggle to recover from the coronavirus crisis, many observers agree that in China, unemployment has become the most pressing issue - more pressing than a historic 6.8 percent contraction in GDP - that needs to be dealt with urgently as it pertains to...More

Enhance ability to fight long virus battle: Chinese Media

Left Review Online April 26, 2020

Enhance ability to fight long virus battle: Chinese Media

The head of the World Health Organization has warned that "the worst is yet ahead of us" in the coronavirus outbreak. The warning came as many in the US and Europe are eager to go back to work amid the outbreak. The prospect of an outbreak remains uncertain....More

Nepal Govt extends suspension of flights till May 15

Left Review Online April 25, 2020

Nepal Govt extends suspension of flights till May 15

Kathmandu. The suspension of the domestic and international flights has been extended until May 15. The suspension was introduced as a measure to control the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-9) in the country and effective till April 30. The meeting of the high-level committee for the control of...More

Nathan Rich debunks anti-China political bias amid COVID-19

Bi Mengying and Bai Yunyi April 24, 2020

Nathan Rich debunks anti-China political bias amid COVID-19

"I've never said that you can't criticize China. Never. What I always say is if you are going to say something bad about China, especially if you have a big platform, you'd better have the actual facts behind you," said Nathan Rich in an interview with the Global...More

Trump needs to explain high COVID-19 death toll in the US

Li Qingqing April 23, 2020

Trump needs to explain high COVID-19 death toll in the US

US President Donald Trump is eager to restart the US economy, but the number of COVID-19 deaths is still increasing in the country. The US' high mortality rate in this epidemic has led to a serious humanitarian crisis. The number of confirmed cases in the US is still...More

COVID-19 and the DPRK

Left Review Online April 23, 2020

COVID-19 and the DPRK

With COVID-19 driving the whole planet into extreme anxiety and terror, many people are puzzled by one thing: part or the largest of part of the territory of the United States, China, Italy, Spain, Iran and other countries which have the highest number of people infected with and...More

Wuhan battles to create jobs

Zhao Yusha in Wuhan and Wang Cong in Beijing April 23, 2020

Wuhan battles to create jobs

As many in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei Province, are gradually returning to work after a lockdown due to the novel coronavirus epidemic, some are facing quite a predicament: They have no jobs to return to. That was on vivid display Monday, as job seekers in the city, undeterred...More

COVID-19 pushes world to a turning point

Jeffery Sachs and Michael D. Swaine April 18, 2020

COVID-19 pushes world to a turning point

The spreading coronavirus pandemic is having far-reaching effects on the world and it's believed the black swan event will change the world forever. How will the pandemic affect China-US relations, globalization and global leadership? Michael D. Swaine (Swaine), a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,...More

Nepal extends the lockdown till April 27

Left Review Online April 14, 2020

Nepal extends the lockdown till April 27

Kathmandu. The Government of Nepal has decided to extend the lockdown till April 27 and to seal the border till April 30. After reviewing the Novel Coronavirus situation in the country, the meeting of the Council of Ministers held today at Prime Minister's official residence, Baluwatar, decided to...More

Those in West indifferent to China’s early pain now blame China for their loss

Yu Lei April 10, 2020

Those in West indifferent to China’s early pain now blame China for their loss

At a critical moment when global cooperation is direly needed to fight the novel coronavirus pandemic, some Australian media outlets and personnel have been fabricating facts, groundlessly accusing China of being responsible for the spread of the virus and demanding China pay for the losses the pandemic would...More