The Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) tournament entered its second week of games following a long suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last year, China started trash sorting by experimenting with Shanghai. Now that COVID-19 has put a pause on everything, Beijing is caught in the dilemma to catch up with its eastern counterpart.
The Chinese Football Association (CFA) announced its plan to start the 2020 Chinese Super League (CSL) games on July 25.
During the early stage of the COVID-19 pandemic, scholars from Tsinghua University developed an integrative kit for quick coronavirus test.
A delivery driver of Alibaba-owned food delivery platform Ele.me tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, raising concerns about further spread of the disease in Beijing.
Pepsi said its products are safe though one of its branches in Beijing has confirmed 12 COVID-19 diagnoses.
Foreign football players working for CSL teams strive to return to China, though, CSL's reopen is far away.
While the COVID-19 pandemic prevented 127th China Import and Export Fair from taking place, Tencent transformed it into a cloud exhibition.
Beijing became strict and started conducting coronavirus check again as new infections came these days.
After several speculations on potentially reopening the Chinese Basketball Association tournament, the league official finally announced its official plans to restart the games on June 20th.
Chinese mobile content platform Qutoutiao (lit. fun headlines) reported revenue of 1.41 billion yuan, up 26.2% from the previous year in its Q1 2020 earnings report released on Thursday.
Dating and social networking platform Momo saw shrinking revenues and decreasing numbers of paying users in the first quarter.
The suggestion mainly revolves around enforcing the use of the health tracking app introduced in the city several months ago even after the pandemic is over.
Chinese online retailer Vipshop reported sliding revenues and profit in the first quarter of 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic disrupts logistic services and supply chains.
Meituan Dianping's revenue in the first quarter was 16.75 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 12.6%.