As one of the first countries to have effectively controlled coronavirus, China has taken the lead in COVID-19 vaccine research and development. On the final day of 2020, China announced it had granted conditional marketing authorization for its first self-developed COVID-19 vaccine and would be made free of charge for all Chinese citizens. China is now trying to help people all over the world by making its coronavirus vaccine a “global public good”, one that is accessible and affordable for everyone, especially the developing world. China is speaking wholeheartedly with its actions!
As the COVID-19 outbreak is still raging, the 3rd CIIE has become a more valuable market opportunity to the world amid a pandemic recession. Over 2,600 companies worldwide, including both old friends of the past two expos and new comers, flocked to the expo this year. China Focus’s editorial writer Thomas Scott-Bell is in Shanghai now for the expo. Let’s follow him to see the cool gadgets which can tell us about what our future is going to look like.
Xinjiang is a place of magic and mystery, full of breath-taking scenery, diverse cultures and amazing food. Join China Focus as it takes its own journey west to Discover Xinjiang and its many un-earthed secrets. First up is a quest to find the tastiest and most desirable treats at the International Bazaar in Urumqi.
Thaiwoo Ski Resort is one of the most famous ski resorts in Chongli, Zhangjiakou. It covers an area of 40 square kilometers and has about 200 planned ski trails which will be used for the snowboarding and freestyle skiing events during the WinterOlympics in 2022! Providing the best snow runs, snow, mountain views, shops and restaurants you could ask for, Thaiwoo is definitely a paradise for skiers!
Across all humanity, our lives have been disrupted. Infections see no borders, fatalities heed no time zones. Fighting the virus together is the only way that we can choose.
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In this video, Josh is talking with local business owners to see how the government helped during the pandemic and how businesses are moving forward.