The World Health Organization has awarded China a “malaria free” certification recently, making it the first country in the WHO Western Pacific Region to receive the certification in more than three decades. This is really a remarkable feat for a country that once reported over 30 million malaria cases annually. Currently in the world, malaria still causes over 200 million cases and over 400,000 deaths annually. How unique was the China method to eliminate the disease that it took only seven decades? In this episode of BizBeat, CGTN’s Zhu Zhu has the answer.