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 developments in case you missed something.
An expert from China's Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on September 14 gave a time as to when ordinary Chinese residents could start receiving COVID-19 vaccines. When can vaccines be available?
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The massive COVID-19 testing in Hong Kong concluded last week with a total of 1.78 million people registered and in attendance. How many of the tests came out positive?
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A dedicated flight took 369 students from China to a country on September 19, allowing them to arrive ahead of the start of the academic year amid travel disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Which country did they travel to?
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Ahead of the National Day holiday in October, China has raised the limit of visitors allowed to enter cultural and tourist sites. What is the new limit?
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People in China will make over 3.4 billion domestic trips in 2020, according to a report released by the China Tourism Academy on September 14. How does this compare with last year's figure?
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A WTO panel last week ruled against the U.S. imposition of multibillion-U.S.-dollar tariffs on Chinese products in 2018. What did the panel say?
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The Shanghai Stock Exchange approved Chinese fintech company Ant Group's application for an initial public offering on its Nasdaq-style STAR board on September 18. What is Ant Group's estimated value?