The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region has seen a surge in imported COVID-19 cases in the past few weeks and local authorities have requested residents to stay at home. But how do Hong Kong’s supermarkets look like? CGTN reporter Zhu Dan checks out what’s in stock and what’s not. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA … Read more Vlog: How do supermarkets in Hong Kong look like amid outbreak?
Bloomberg’s QuickTake channel posted this video of Janice, an international nursing student, who has devoted herself to fighting coronavirus in Chicago, USA. Janice is a nursing assistant who’s helping fight the coronavirus pandemic in Chicago, U.S. She’s an international student from Hong Kong. “I’ve seen nurses cry in the break room because they are burnt … Read more This International Nursing Student is Fighting Coronavirus
Mar.30 — Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam is warning residents to abide by home quarantine orders and social distancing regulations or they will face criminal prosecution and fines, as the Asian financial center continues to battle a resurgence in imported coronavirus cases. Lam speaks at a weekly briefing. (Her remarks are translated.)
China says it is increasingly concerned about a spike in infections coming from abroad. Last week, the mainland closed its borders to all foreigners, except those coming from Hong Kong and Macau. Several other countries across Asia have taken similar measures, including Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand. Al Jazeera’s Sarah Clarke reports. – Subscribe to our … Read more China closes borders to foreigners
Public transport in Wuhan was shut down when it was the epicenter of the COVID-19 epidemic. But that’s changing, and more services were restored on Sunday. Some 180 bus routes have reopened, including three special bus lines to the railway station and six overnight lines. Buses and subway services cover main urban areas and the … Read more Wuhan reopens more bus routes as city eases restrictions
“Ming” is a 15 year-old growing up in Hong Kong in 2019. The Special Administrative Region of China may be one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Asia, but like countless of his generation, “Ming” is frustrated, dissatisfied and unhappy. Speaking to CGTN’s Liu Xin about the protests that he had taken part in, “Ming” … Read more ‘Ming’: ‘If you mess around with us, you will end up badly.’
The Hong Kong protests which erupted in June 2019 against the fugitive bill rocked the city and quickly dominated headlines. Many have tried to understand and make sense of the situation. Adding a voice to this understanding is China Global Television Network’s (CGTN) senior host and journalist Liu Xin. Liu Xin joined CCTVNEWS, the predecessor … Read more Lost in Hong Kong – Liu Xin’s Perspective
Cathay Pacific in crisis? Hong Kong’s Airline Feels Pinch Cathay Pacific having a difficult time at the minute. This video report from VisualPolitik EN deep-dives the situation at the struggling Hong Kong airline. In this video we’re talking about Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong’s flagship airline that’s having a tough time at the moment Why talk … Read more HONG KONG and CORONAVIRUS: the crisis in CATHAY PACIFIC – VisualPolitik EN