Do you know what happened in China last week? Take our weekly news quiz to test your knowledge and get up to speed on the latest development in case you missed something.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met the press at the Great Hall of the People after the conclusion of the third session of the 13th National People's Congress in Beijing on May 28. Which area did he stress during the press conference?
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Macao gaming tycoon Stanley Ho Hung-sun died on Tuesday at the age of 98. He bought two repatriated animal head sculptures and donated them to China's museums. Which animals do they represent?
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A team of Chinese surveyors reached the summit of Mount Qomolangma on May 27 to measure the mountain's full height. The last time Chinese teams reached the summit was in 2005 and the height measured at that time was:
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Wuhan, the city in central China's Hubei Province hardest hit by the novel coronavirus, conducted more than 60,000 nucleic acid tests on May 31, finding no new _________.
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Chinese lawmakers voted to adopt the country's long-expected Civil Code. The law introduces a cooling-off period for couples who apply for a divorce amid soaring divorce rates in recent years. How long are couples required to wait before their request can be processed?
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, Zhou Zhaoyan, a six-year-old girl from China, became popular online, attracting hundreds of thousands of fans from all over the world. Which of the songs she played was the most popular on her YouTube channel?
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A symposium was held on May 29 to mark the anniversary of the implementation of the Anti-Secession Law in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. How long has the law been implemented?