A teenager in China committed suicide reportedly after his mother slapped him at school.
School tragedy: A 14-year-old boy from Wuhan, surnamed Zhang, jumped from a school building and fell to his death on Thursday, reports Global Times.
Chinese Journalist Missing After Reporting on COVID-19 in January Revealed to Be ‘Under State Supervision’
A Chinese citizen journalist who went missing after exposing the government’s alleged suppression of early COVID-19 information has now been found to be under state supervision, according to a friend.
Chen Qiushi, a former human rights lawyer, arrived in Wuhan a day before it was placed in quarantine.
A mixed-breed dog in China has touched the hearts of many online by exhibiting his loyalty to his deceased master.
Called Xiao Bao, the seven-year-old dog has been waiting at a hospital in Wuhan, three months since his owner died of COVID-19, reports the New York Post.
China could now be laying the groundwork for the development of plasma jets, giving the world a peek into the future of sustainable air travel.
In a paper published last week, researchers at the Institute of Technological Sciences at Wuhan University — one of the country’s most prestigious universities with a “Double First Class” status — announced that they had developed a prototype of a plasma jet device, using electricity to run its engine.
People outside China are reportedly getting information related to COVID-19 straight from the outbreak epicenter in Wuhan, China by using Tinder.
Tinder users are able to circumvent censorship from Chinese government and partisan media sources by matching and communicating with Wuhan residents who use VPN, reports BuzzFeed News.
A 100-year-old man from Wuhan, China where the virus outbreak is believed to have started, was recently discharged from the hospital after being cleared of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The man is now considered the oldest person to ever be cured of the virus after he was released from the branch of Hubei’s Maternity and Child Health Care Hospital at the Optics Valley in Wuhan on Saturday, according to state-run news Xinhua. The previous record-holder was a 98-year-old woman who beat the virus at Leishenshan (Thunder God Mountain) Hospital in Wuhan.
Out of fear of contracting the coronavirus (COVID-19), some people are steering clear of handshakes and devising new ways to touch and greet others.
In China, the so-called “Wuhan Shake” has taken social media by storm.
Despite the growing public concern toward novel coronavirus (COVID-19), a Canadian woman reportedly decided to remain in Wuhan, China so she can be with her pet cat.
Wuhan, the city in Hubei province where the virus originated, has been placed under lockdown as the virus began spreading last month.
Chinese medical practitioners fighting the coronavirus (COVID-19) at the frontlines are working round the clock to save as many patients as they can.
While admirable, their dedication to fulfilling their duties as healthcare professionals has caused them to sacrifice most of their time with family.
A Houston mother is hoping to reunite with her 2-year-old son who is stranded in Wuhan, China, which has been on lockdown due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) breakout.
Fen Xin’s 2-year-old son Allen traveled to Wuhan, the epicenter of the virus outbreak, with his grandparents to celebrate the Lunar New Year. However, the virus broke out in mid-January right around the time of the celebration, according to ABC13.
Social media users are applauding the medical staff treating those affected by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in China after pictures of what it looks like to fight on the front lines were shared online.
The pictures, taken by the medical staff and shared by a Chinese media organization via Twitter, show the bruised faces of the nurses as a result of wearing protective masks in the epicenter of the outbreak in Wuhan, China.
Nurses on the front lines of the novel coronavirus outbreak have decided to shave their heads in an attempt to reduce the risk of cross-contamination.
In a video clip uploaded on Twitter by People’s Daily, nurses from Shaanxi Province can be seen shaving their heads before they are sent to hospitals in Wuhan, China.