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Want to learn more about China first-hand, from reporters on the ground? In every episode, we take a deep-dive into a specific topic, mixing independent reporting and exclusive interviews to bring you unique insights into an emerging potential superpower. Now, we’re featuring regular updates on the coronavirus pandemic from across the country. Brought to you by the South China Morning Post.

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Want to learn more about China first-hand, from reporters on the ground? In every episode, we take a deep-dive into a specific topic, mixing independent reporting and exclusive interviews to bring you unique insights into an emerging potential superpower. Now, we’re featuring regular updates on the coronavirus pandemic from across the country. Brought to you by the South China Morning Post.

    Explaining China's flood crisis as the Yangtze River continues to rise

    Explaining China's flood crisis as the Yangtze River continues to rise

    Mimi Lau explains how two months of record-breaking torrential rains and decades of land reclamation and waterway diversion have helped contribute to the ongoing flood crisis in the Yangtze River basin, home to a third of mainland China's population. Field reporter Phoebe Zhang details what she found as she travelled from Wuhan to Poyang Lake and the historic 'ceramics capital' Jingdezhen, reporting on the unfolding disaster and witnessing the response from locals and authorities. 

    • 21分
    On the brink: China and India's border standoff

    On the brink: China and India's border standoff

    How did the brutal confrontation between Chinese and Indian soldiers along the disputed Line of Actual Control in the Himalayas in June change the relationship between these two nuclear-armed neighbours? Independent journalist Kunal Purohit unpacks what happened, why there was no war, and how the ongoing standoff influences the economic and diplomatic relationships of China and India, as well as Russia and the United States.

    • 32分
    Covid-19 new wave: mask policies change, secondary lockdowns and Facebook support groups

    Covid-19 new wave: mask policies change, secondary lockdowns and Facebook support groups

    Dr Ben Cowling from the HKU School of Public Health discusses changing attitudes on masks, the WHO controversy about airborne particles and his forecast for 2020; behavioral economist Jamie Lien discusses the theories explaining why secondary lockdowns are so difficult; Jessica Stapleton shares what it's like to moderate a global Facebook support group for Covid-19 sufferers. Presented by Mimi Lau and Kinling Lo.

    • 47分
    How Covid-19 changed the Australia-China relationship

    How Covid-19 changed the Australia-China relationship

    In April, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison called for an independent inquiry into the source of the coronavirus pandemic to be lead by the WHO. China's ambassador replied with veiled threats to Australia's export industries, beginning a series of trade-based punishments and a negative campaign by Beijing authories and its state-run media. We analyse what followed in the months since, as well as revealing the other side of the relationship: with one of China's biggest biotech companies…

    • 30分
    Surviving Covid-19: stories of recovery and resilience

    Surviving Covid-19: stories of recovery and resilience

    Media coverage of global infection numbers and the death toll from the coronavirus often misses a third number: the millions of people who have recovered. In this episode you'll hear from Meg Uppal, a 20 year old university student who found herself in London when the pandemic hit, and renowned operatic tenor Warren Mok, who thought he was stopping in Bangkok for a week before returning to his home in Hong Kong when he tested positive at the airport. We catch up with Dr Manimala Dharmangadan,…

    • 31分
    Beijing Covid-19 outbreak: Xinfadi market closure impact, how it's affecting residents

    Beijing Covid-19 outbreak: Xinfadi market closure impact, how it's affecting residents

    Beijing-based reporters Echo Xie and Qin Chen report on the outbreak of coronavirus at the Xinfadi wholesale market, how it's impacting on food supplies to Beijing supermarkets, how security lockdowns are affecting residents and schools, and we hear what residents are saying online about reports of the cause of the outbreak. Presented by Mimi Lau.

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