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.
Kashgar Prefecture in NW China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region ramped up COVID-19 testing after the emergence of one asymptomatic case on October 24. How many people had been swabbed by October 25?
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Nearly 60,000 people were given China's COVID-19 vaccines and no one reported severe adverse reactions, a Chinese official said on October 20. A total of 13 Chinese vaccines are undergoing clinical trials. How many of these are in phase III?
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U.S. electric car manufacturer Tesla will recall almost 50,000 vehicles imported into China over safety concerns, China's market regulator said October 23. What's wrong with these cars?
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Pakistan honored two Chinese dignitaries with civil awards on October 22. On what account were these awards conferred?
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China is waging a war against childhood and adolescent obesity. On October 23, six ministries and commissions issued a joint notice to urge local departments to tackle the threat. Kindergartners have been advised to exercise for how many hours outdoors?
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China's lunar rover settled in for the long night after working stably for the 23rd lunar day and travelling for over 565 meters on the far side of the moon. For how many Earth days has the probe survived on the moon?
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On October 22, China announced 12 new traffic measures, one of which addresses the driving needs of the elderly over the age of 70. What is the measure?