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.
A team of experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) arrived in China on January 14 to research on the potential source of initial coronavirus cases. When did the first such WHO team come to China?
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Replying to a letter, Chinese President Xi Jinping last week encouraged a prominent U.S. company in China to play a positive role in promoting China-U.S. ties. Which company?
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Twenty-two people were trapped underground after a blast at a gold mine in east China on January 10. The rescue team said on January 18 that 12 of them had been located in light of information received from the people trapped. How did they send information to the rescue team?
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On January 13, China unveiled a prototype of a maglev train, which literally floats above the tracks and is propelled by powerful magnets. What is the train's design speed?
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A centralized quarantine facility is being built in Shijiazhuang, capital of north China's Hebei Province, in light of the recent outbreak of COVID-19 in the area. How many housing units will the facility have?
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A country in the Balkans last week received 1 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by China's Beijing-based pharmaceutical company Sinopharm. Which country?
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This picture is of a latest archaeological discovery made at the Wuzhishan ruins in the city of Dali, southwest China's Yunnan Province. What is it exactly?