China is making every effort to ensure the supply of medical and daily necessities for citizens as the country battles the novel coronavirus epidemic.
Monday marks the first working day in most parts of China after the State Council, China's cabinet, extended the seven-day Spring Festival holiday to Feb. 2 to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The novel coronavirus outbreak has put the world on alert. While many in the international community are joining China to battle the epidemic, prejudice and discrimination are playing a shameful role that could discourage the very collective campaign.
Zhao Puzhou, a native of east China's Zhejiang Province, recently bought a mask factory in Cambodia. When the factory, with a planned daily production capacity of 100,000 masks, goes into operation, the masks, in next to no time, will be sent back to China at a cost price of 0.3 yuan (4.3 U.S. cents) each.
Villager Wang Laochang and his family now fully own the house and renovated it after sharing the two-story building with livestock for decades.
The Hong Kong economy dropped 1.2 percent year-on-year in 2019, the first annual contraction over the past decade, as months-long unrest and chaos dealt a crushing blow to a wide range of industries from tourism to catering.
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