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.
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi censured the U.S. on March 18 for imposing fresh sanctions just ahead of their high-level meeting in Alaska. What did he say?
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A spokesperson for China's top health authority on March 21 briefed the media on the status of COVID-19 vaccination in the country. How many doses had been administered by March 20?
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The photograph shows 300-million-year-old tree fossils discovered in China by an international research team led by Chinese scientists. Where were the fossils discovered?
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The photograph shows a gold mask that was recently unearthed from a sacrificial pit at Sanxingdui Ruins in southwest China's Sichuan Province. How much does it weigh?
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China has launched a key project which can advance global understanding and application of nuclear fusion. Called Helium-Cooled Ceramic Breeder Test Blanket System (HCCB-TBS), it is a crucial part of the "artificial sun" project. Which one of these best explains nuclear fusion?
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According to a study published in The Lancet journal last week, about 40 percent of COVID-19 positive patients in central China's Wuhan City have antibodies that can offer protection against re-infection for several months. How many to be exact?
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Yang Jiayu from north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region last week broke the world record for 20-kilometer women's race during the national championships in east China's Huangshan City. What kind of race was it?