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  1. Coronavirus Live Updates: Americans Evacuated from China, as Death Toll Rises World, Today

    A plane carrying more than 200 American evacuees from the outbreak hot zone landed in Alaska, hours after Chinese officials confirmed nearly 6,000 cases of the mysterious illness.

  2. How to Avoid the Coronavirus? Wash Your Hands Opinion, Yesterday

    I covered the SARS outbreak as a reporter in China, and I saw that common sense is the best defense against viral illness.

  3. How Do Bats Live With So Many Viruses? Science, Yesterday

    They are considered the probable source of the coronavirus outbreak spreading from China. It turns out that they may have an immune system that lets them coexist with many disease-causing viruses.

  4. Bolton Book Puts New Focus on Trump’s Actions in Turkey and China Cases U.S., Yesterday

    Interventions in Justice Department proceedings draw scrutiny after the former national security adviser raised concerns about the president’s embrace of authoritarian leaders.

  5. Bolton Book Puts New Focus on Trump’s Actions in Turkey and China Cases U.S., Yesterday

    Interventions in Justice Department proceedings draw scrutiny after the former national security adviser raised concerns about the president’s embrace of authoritarian leaders.

  6. Wuhan Coronavirus Map: Tracking the Spread of the Outbreak Interactive, Yesterday

    The virus has sickened more than 5,500 people in China and a handful in other countries.

  7. Should You Be Worried About the Coronavirus? Opinion, Yesterday

    Public health experts explain the risks and what we still don’t know.

  8. Wuhan Coronavirus Map: Tracking the Spread of the Outbreak Interactive, Yesterday

    The virus has sickened more than 4,500 people in China and a handful in other countries.

  9. Containing the Coronavirus: Countries Limit Travel to China World, Yesterday

    With cases spiking in China and early signs of a spread outside Asia, Hong Kong severely cut back transportation to the mainland.

  10. China Will Admit International Experts to Help Contain Coronavirus Outbreak Health, Yesterday

    As W.H.O. coordinates scientific teams, federal officials plan to expand screening of travelers from China to 20 ports of entry in the U.S.

  11. U.S. Accuses Harvard Scientist of Concealing Chinese Funding U.S., Yesterday

    Prosecutors say Charles M. Lieber, the chair of Harvard’s chemistry department, lied about contacts with a Chinese state-run initiative that seeks to draw foreign-educated talent.

  12. Coronavirus Crisis Exposes Cracks in China’s Facade of Unity Business, Yesterday

    With anger rising over the response to the coronavirus outbreak, even some with ties to China’s leaders have called for acknowledging divisions, not papering them over.

  13. Russia Exerts Growing Influence in Africa, Worrying Many in the West World, Yesterday

    The Kremlin is increasing arms sales, security pacts and training programs as the American defense secretary weighs withdrawing troops from the continent.

  14. A Divided Hong Kong Confronts the Arrival of the Coronavirus World, Yesterday

    Hong Kong announced the shutdown of major rail passenger links and limits on flights coming from the mainland. China will stop issuing visas for individual travelers to the territory.

  15. Global Markets Are on Edge as Coronavirus Spreads Business, Yesterday

    Investors have been worried that the mysterious epidemic in China could hurt economic growth.

  16. We Made the Coronavirus Epidemic Opinion, Yesterday

    It may have started with a bat in a cave, but human activity set it loose.

  17. How Kobe Bryant Helped the N.B.A. Conquer the World Sports, Yesterday

    The N.B.A. has had many stars but few global icons on the scale of Kobe Bryant, whose career coincided with the league’s international expansion.

  18. Coronavirus Live Updates: Death Toll Climbs, and So Does the Number of Infections World, Yesterday

    The number of known cases of the new virus rose by nearly a third overnight. A shortage of test kits has led experts to warn that the real number may be higher.

  19. Bolton Was Concerned That Trump Did Favors for Autocratic Leaders, Book Says U.S., January 27

    The former national security adviser shared his unease with the attorney general, who cited his own worries about the president’s conversations with the leaders of Turkey and China.

  20. China’s Coronavirus Has Revived Global Economic Fears Business, January 27

    The spread of the dangerous virus has spooked global markets and threatened prospects for economic growth.

  21. New York Braces for Coronavirus: ‘It’s Inevitable’ New York, January 27

    In Queens, some who recently returned from China have even self-quarantined. But officials have urged calm.

  22. Los mercados de China, epicentro de un brote letal en Español, January 27

    El coronavirus, propagado desde Wuhan, se ha relacionado con la venta de fauna salvaje en un mercado que los expertos describen como una incubadora perfecta para nuevos patógenos.

  23. ‘What if We All Get Sick?’: Coronavirus Strains China’s Health System World, January 27

    To fight the expanding epidemic, the country is relying on a medical system that is overburdened even in normal times.

  24. As Virus Spreads, Anger Floods Chinese Social Media Technology, January 27

    The sheer volume of criticism of the government, and the sometimes clever ways that critics dodge censors, are testing Beijing’s ability to control the narrative.

  25. Will the Largest Quarantine in History Just Make Things Worse? Opinion, January 27

    The dirty history behind isolating the sick.

  26. Coronavirus Live Updates: Alarm Grows as Markets Tumble and Death Toll Rises World, January 27

    Health officials in the United States said more than 100 people were being evaluated for possible infection. Of the nearly 3,000 people who have contracted the virus, the vast majority live in China.

  27. As Coronavirus Fears Intensify, Effectiveness of Quarantines Is Questioned World, January 26

    Amid news the coronavirus is spreading at an accelerating rate, concern is growing that China’s lockdown of cities may not only have come too late but could even make the situation worse.

  28. In Coronavirus, a ‘Battle’ That Could Humble China’s Strongman World, January 26

    With Xi Jinping firmly in control, the Chinese government has stepped up its response to the Wuhan crisis, but the effort has been plagued by bureaucracy and a lack of transparency.

  29. Coronavirus Live Updates: More U.S. Cases Emerge, as China’s Death Toll Rises World, January 26

    The number of dead climbed to at least 80, while in the United States, five cases were confirmed.

  30. Effects of Coronavirus Begin Echoing Far From Wuhan Epicenter World, January 25

    Hong Kong closed its schools for several weeks, Beijing began limiting bus travel in and out of the capital and China’s travel association suspended tour groups of citizens heading overseas.

  31. Coronavirus Exposes Core Flaws, and Few Strengths, in China’s Governance World, January 25

    While China can mobilize a huge national response to the outbreak, its response to the crisis is also a lesson in how the country’s political weak points can carry grave consequences for world health.

  32. China’s Omnivorous Markets Are in the Eye of a Lethal Outbreak Once Again World, January 25

    The coronavirus that has spread from Wuhan has been linked to the sale of live wildlife at a market that experts describe as a perfect incubator for novel pathogens.

  33. Coronavirus Spurs China to Suspend Tours Abroad and Xi to Warn of a ‘Grave Situation’ World, January 25

    Concern over the outbreak has crept closer to central government offices and the ruling Communist Party’s seat of power.

  34. U.S. Cracks Down on Counterfeits in a Warning Shot to China U.S., January 24

    The Trump administration is stepping up searches and squeezing online sellers like Amazon to make sure Beijing is sticking to a partial trade deal.

  35. Wuhan no solo es el coronavirus: hay acero, autos y fideos picantes en Español, January 24

    La ciudad china es el epicentro de un brote viral que preocupa al mundo, pero también ha sido uno de los grandes pilares del país para convertirse en una potencia industrial.

  36. Fear of Virus Ruins the ‘Happiest Day’ for Millions of Chinese World, January 24

    In the city at the center of the epidemic, Lunar New Year celebrations were subdued while residents worried about sick family members and life under lockdown.

  37. Chicago Woman Is Second Patient in U.S. With Wuhan Coronavirus Health, January 24

    Federal health officials are monitoring 63 other people in 22 states for signs of infection.

  38. China silencia a quienes critican el brote del mortal virus en Español, January 24

    Pekín ha respondido más rápido al coronavirus que al SARS, pero aún acalla y castiga a quienes se desvían de la línea oficial.

  39. Tougher Huawei Restrictions Stall After Defense Department Objects Business, January 24

    Proposed changes to further limit American shipments to Huawei have been delayed amid arguments they could backfire.

  40. Coronavirus Outbreak Sours Japan on Chinese Tourist Boom World, January 24

    Asia’s two largest economies have been drawing closer. But as the Lunar New Year holiday starts, some Japanese say they cannot help but regard Chinese visitors warily.

  41. Panic and Criticism Spread on Chinese Social Media Over Coronavirus World, January 24

    Chinese citizens are overcoming a lack of reporting on the crisis in the state-run media by sharing their own videos and information about the coronavirus outbreak.

  42. Coronavirus Live Updates: Infections Exceed 900 and Reach Europe World, January 24

    Shanghai Disneyland shut down, hospitals pleaded for help, France reported two cases and the youngest victim so far was identified as a 36-year-old man in central China.

  43. Is America Ready for Another Outbreak? Opinion, January 23

    No. But there are clear steps the government needs to take.

  44. Coronavirus Overwhelms Hospitals in Wuhan, Videos Show Video, January 23

    The outbreak of a dangerous respiratory virus in China is putting a strain on hospital staff and medical resources.

  45. Many in China Wear Them, but Do Masks Block Coronavirus? Health, January 23

    They may help, but experts say it’s more important to wash your hands.

  46. China Expands Virus Lockdown, Encircling 20 Million World, January 23

    The new travel restrictions include five cities. In the epicenter, anxiety prevailed as mistrustful residents crowded into hospitals.

  47. Suspected Case of Wuhan Coronavirus Surfaces in Brazos County, Texas U.S., January 23

    Health officials said they were investigating the case and keeping the patient isolated at home.

  48. Coronavirus Is Spreading, but W.H.O. Says It’s Not a Global Emergency Health, January 23

    The number of cases outside China is small, and the disease does not seem to be spreading within other countries.

  49. ‘I Wish I Knew’ Review: A Melancholy Master’s Portrait of a City Movies, January 23

    In this elegiac documentary, the director Jia Zhangke explores Shanghai through its people, stories and soaring cranes.

  50. How China’s Virus Outbreak Could Threaten the Global Economy Business, January 23

    Markets have tumbled as investors worry that Chinese shoppers will stay home for the Lunar New Year holiday and beyond. Economists say the possible impact isn’t yet clear.

  51. How China’s Virus Outbreak Could Threaten the Global Economy World, January 23

    Markets have tumbled as investors worry that Chinese shoppers will stay home for the Lunar New Year holiday and beyond. Economists say the possible impact isn’t yet clear.

  52. China’s Battle With a Deadly Coronavirus, in Photos World, January 23

    Here are the latest images as the country confronts a major public health crisis.

  53. China Poised to Buy More From U.S., at the Expense of U.S. Allies Business, January 23

    The trade truce may have eased tensions between the world’s two largest economies, but European and Latin American officials are worried it will come at a cost.

  54. Is China Setting Itself Up for Another Epidemic? Opinion, January 23

    The Wuhan outbreak shows that the Chinese government didn’t learn enough from the SARS epidemic.

  55. Coronavirus Deaths Are So Far Mostly Older Men, Many With Previous Health Issues World, January 23

    As China releases details about the 18 people who have died in the outbreak, a well-known SARS expert raises an alarm about the virus’s spread, saying he felt “powerless.”

  56. Wuhan Beyond the Coronavirus: Steel, Cars and Spicy Noodles Business, January 23

    The Chinese city of 11 million embodies the country’s surge from grinding poverty to industrial powerhouse.

  57. Wuhan Beyond the Coronavirus: Steel, Cars and Spicy Noodles World, January 23

    The Chinese city of 11 million embodies the country’s surge from grinding poverty to industrial powerhouse.

  58. Coronavirus Live Updates: 1st Death Outside Epicenter Is Reported, but W.H.O. Doesn’t Declare Emergency Yet World, January 23

    The travel restrictions imposed on Wuhan were extended to at least four more cities. At least 18 people have died and more than 600 have been sickened by a mysterious illness.

  59. Scale of China’s Wuhan Shutdown Is Believed to Be Without Precedent World, January 22

    In sealing off a city of 11 million people, China is trying to halt a coronavirus outbreak using a tactic with a complicated history of ethical concerns.

  60. A Scramble to Retrace the Steps of the First Wuhan Coronavirus Case in the U.S. U.S., January 22

    Health leaders in Washington State have been working to monitor at least 16 people who may have been in close contact with the man who flew in from China.

  61. La muerte de los gigantes de agua dulce en Español, January 22

    La pesca excesiva y la construcción de presas han puesto en peligro inminente a la megafauna de ríos y lagos del mundo. Pero muchas especies aún pueden salvarse.

  62. What Americans Can Learn From the Chinese Opinion, January 22

    Young contestants on a talent show demonstrated why China is fast emerging as America’s chief rival.

  63. China Silences Critics Over Deadly Virus Outbreak Business, January 22

    Beijing has responded faster to the new threat than it did with SARS, but it still silences and punishes those who veer from the official line, with potentially damaging consequences.

  64. China Silences Critics Over Deadly Virus Outbreak Business, January 22

    Beijing has responded faster to the new threat than it did with SARS, but it still silences and punishes those who veer from the official line, with potentially damaging consequences.

  65. As New Virus Spreads From China, Scientists See Grim Reminders Health, January 22

    Epidemics of related viruses, like SARS, killed hundreds. But the W.H.O. has postponed a decision on whether the new outbreak is a global emergency.

  66. Wuhan, Center of Coronavirus Outbreak, Is Being Cut Off by Chinese Authorities World, January 22

    The sudden restrictions — announced after the official death toll nearly doubled — could upend the travel plans of millions of Chinese citizens, who travel in huge numbers during the Lunar New Year holiday.

  67. Coronavirus, Davos, Impeachment: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, January 22

    Here’s what you need to know.

  68. Maps: Where the Wuhan Coronavirus Has Spread Interactive, January 21

    The virus has sickened more than 470 people in Asia and one person in the United States.

  69. Coronavirus de Wuhan: esto es lo que sabemos en Español, January 21

    Un misterioso virus ha causado un brote internacional de enfermedad respiratoria. La infección ya llegó a Estados Unidos.

  70. What We Know About the Wuhan Coronavirus Health, January 21

    A mysterious virus has caused an international outbreak of respiratory illness. Now the infection has arrived in the U.S.

  71. First Patient With Wuhan Coronavirus Is Identified in the U.S. Health, January 21

    A man in Washington State is infected with a new respiratory virus. Federal officials plan to expand screenings for the infection at major airports.

  72. North Korea Bans Foreign Tourists Over Coronavirus, Tour Operator Says World, January 21

    The spread of the virus from China is bad news for Kim Jong-un; North Korea depends on Chinese tourists for cash.

  73. Chinese City Uses Facial Recognition to Shame Pajama Wearers Business, January 21

    Local officials apologized, but the crackdown on a common — and comfortable — practice has raised a rare outcry over privacy in a country accustomed to surveillance.

  74. Ex-President of Interpol Is Sent to Prison for Bribery in China World, January 21

    Meng Hongwei, once a high-ranking Chinese police official, was sentenced to 13 and a half years. His wife has said he is the victim of a political vendetta.

  75. China’s Communist Party Scrambles to Confront Coronavirus Outbreak, a Test of Its Transparency World, January 21

    The new virus has killed at least six and infected nearly 300 people in China, with confirmed cases in Taiwan, Thailand, Japan and South Korea. An expert says it can be transmitted by humans.

  76. The Test a Deadly Coronavirus Outbreak Poses to China’s Leadership World, January 21

    The new virus has killed at least nine and infected more than 400 people in China, with confirmed cases in the United States, Taiwan, Thailand, Japan and South Korea.

  77. The Freshwater Giants Are Dying Science, January 21

    Overharvesting and habitat loss endanger most of the world’s freshwater “megafauna.” But many species may yet be saved.

  78. How Technology Saved China’s Economy Opinion, January 20

    To outsiders, China may seem like a surveillance state. But tech has fueled growth and helped stave off recession.

  79. El pacto entre China y Estados Unidos podría continuar con la guerra comercial en Español, January 20

    El nuevo acuerdo entre los dos gigantes de la economía mundial deja intactos los asuntos más espinosos que los separan. Resolverlos podría llevar años.

  80. Pig Pushed Off a Bungee Jump Tower Causes Outrage in China World, January 20

    The incensed public response reflected an increasing activism around animal rights, a relatively new movement in China.

  81. China Says It Will Ban Plastics That Pollute Its Land and Water World, January 20

    Though likely to be welcomed by many Chinese who worry about pollution, the measures could be a hard sell for a society used to convenience.

  82. China Confirms New Coronavirus Spreads From Humans to Humans World, January 20

    A top Chinese government-appointed expert says a mysterious respiratory illness that has killed at least four people can be transmitted by humans, heightening concern about the outbreak.

  83. Rigorous Bilingual Training, Seen With a Tinge of Regret Well, January 20

    Observing how Chinese 2- and 3-year-olds navigated a second language, I wondered whether I could have done this for my children.

  84. Huawei Executive Goes to Court, Fighting Extradition to U.S. World, January 19

    A Canadian judge will hear evidence on whether to extradite Meng Wanzhou, the company’s chief financial officer, to the United States to face fraud charges. Here’s what you need to know.

  85. China Reports Jump in Deadly Virus Cases, Adding to Fears of Outbreak World, January 18

    The spread of the pneumonialike illness to two other cities comes ahead of the Lunar New Year, when hundreds of millions will travel.

  86. Facebook Apologizes for Vulgar Translation of Chinese Leader’s Name World, January 18

    “This should not have happened and we are taking steps to ensure it doesn’t happen again,” the company said.

  87. Battered but Resilient After China’s Crackdown World, January 18

    An ancient Muslim town, Yarkand is a cultural cradle for the Uighurs, who have experienced mass detentions. A rare visit revealed how people there have endured the upheavals.

  88. Battered but Resilient After China’s Crackdown World, January 18

    An ancient Muslim town, Yarkand is a cultural cradle for the Uighurs, who have experienced mass detentions. A rare visit revealed how people there have endured the upheavals.

  89. The Chinese Population Crisis Opinion, January 18

    How Communist cruelty and Western folly built an underpopulation bomb.

  90. S.U.V. in Forbidden City Prompts Rage at China’s Rich World, January 18

    Two women posed with a Mercedes in a revered site usually barred to vehicles, and became unwilling symbols of the wealth and privilege President Xi Jinping has promised to rein in.

  91. Rejoice Over the Markets’ Marvelous Rallies. Then Worry. Business, January 17

    After months of amazing stock and bond market gains, investors have reason to celebrate. But how do you hold on to those outsize profits?

  92. Marco Rubio: Investing in China Is Not a Good Deal Opinion, January 17

    It will result in American capital flowing to a regime that undermines our country. This is not a win.

  93. Three U.S. Airports to Check Passengers for a Deadly Chinese Coronavirus Health, January 17

    Passengers from Wuhan, China, will be screened at J.F.K. beginning Friday night, and in San Francisco and Los Angeles starting on Saturday.

  94. You Don’t Need to Travel to Profit From International Stocks Business, January 17

    How investors can use indexes to spot opportunities in global stock markets without adding risk.

  95. Stocks Soar as Traders’ Mood Brightens Business, January 17

    Over the last year, investors’ outlooks shifted strikingly, with little improvement in economic and corporate conditions.

  96. Stocks Soar as Traders’ Mood Brightens Business, January 17

    Over the last year, investors’ outlooks shifted strikingly, with little improvement in economic and corporate conditions.

  97. China Releases #MeToo Activist Who Covered Hong Kong Protests World, January 17

    Huang Xueqin, who spoke critically of China’s restrictions on free speech, spent nearly three months in detention on charges of “provoking trouble.”

  98. The Great Bond Party of 2019 is Ending Business, January 17

    With Federal Reserve rate cuts behind us and recession fears waning, don’t expect much from bond funds this year.

  99. Births in China Fall to Lowest Level in Nearly Six Decades Business, January 16

    In a country where most older adults rely heavily on their families, the continuing drop in births could have a seismic effect in the decades to come.

  100. China’s Improving Economic Data Masks Deeper Problems Business, January 16

    Consumers are spending, and Beijing reached a trade deal with the U.S., but the Chinese economy still faces a difficult addiction to borrowing.

  101. What Americans Don’t Understand About China’s Power Opinion, January 16

    Its biggest advantage is American stagnation.

  102. Germany Investigates 3 Suspected of Spying for China World, January 16

    Raids were carried out on the homes and offices of the three people, at a time when Berlin faces pressure over Huawei, the Chinese company that the U.S. has labeled a national security risk.

  103. A Trade Deal Meant to Heal Rifts Could Actually Make Them Worse Business, January 16

    The new deal between the United States and China leaves untouched the thorniest issues driving the two economic giants apart. Solving them could take years.

  104. Trump Hopes Trade Deals Will Boost Growth. Experts Are Skeptical. Business, January 16

    Trump administration officials say the “Phase 1” deal signed Wednesday will promote growth. Many economic forecasters are less optimistic.

  105. U.S. and Iran Are Trolling Each Other — in China World, January 16

    On Chinese social media, where diplomatic rows rarely break into view, people have watched with fascination as the two countries’ embassies trade barbs.

  106. Japan Confirms First Case of New Chinese Coronavirus World, January 15

    The detection of the virus in Japan adds to fears that it will spread outside China’s borders after a case was also reported in Thailand this week.

  107. Trump Falsely Calls China Trade Agreement ‘Biggest Deal There Is’ U.S., January 15

    The initial deal between the United States and China is eclipsed by several others in size — including one negotiated under his administration.

  108. U.S. Energy Industry Looks for Clarity in China Trade Deal Business, January 15

    Oil and gas companies may see an export revival from the accord, but they seek commitments that tariffs will be dropped.

  109. What’s in (and Not in) the U.S.-China Trade Deal Business, January 15

    The agreement includes some wins for President Trump, but implementing and enforcing the deal could be difficult.

  110. Why the Deal With China Amounts to More than a Hill of Soybeans The Upshot, January 15

    The temporary resolution was bound to be underwhelming, but it’s a blueprint for progress.

  111. She Was Known in China by Her Weight: 47 Pounds. Her Death Set Off Outrage. World, January 15

    The woman’s struggle made her a symbol of the effects of poverty and hunger and raised questions about philanthropy and government aid.

  112. Trump to Sign China Trade Deal Today Business, January 15

    An initial pact, cooling tensions in an election year, follows months of escalating tariffs and a trade war that seemed as if it would never end.

  113. Trump to Sign China Trade Deal Today Business, January 15

    An initial pact, cooling tensions in an election year, follows months of escalating tariffs and a trade war that seemed as if it would never end.

  114. Trump Signs China Trade Deal, Putting Economic Conflict on Pause Business, January 15

    An initial pact, cooling tensions in an election year, follows months of escalating tariffs and a trade war that seemed as if it would never end.

  115. How China Obtains American Trade Secrets Business, January 15

    Companies have long accused Chinese rivals of swiping or seizing valuable technology. Beijing promises to ban those practices, but enforcement could be tough.

  116. Trump Gets His Trade Deal, China Gets the Win Opinion, January 15

    China has suffered short-term pain from the trade war, but it stands to gain in the long term.

  117. Chinese Roast Pork on Garlic Bread: What More Could You Want? Magazine, January 15

    One of the great New York sandwiches, courtesy of China, Italy and the Catskills.

  118. China Trade Deal Details Protections for American Firms Business, January 14

    The agreement is expected to include significant concessions to protect U.S. technology and trade secrets, but its success hinges on whether China will follow through on its commitments.

  119. China Uses Growing Clout to Stifle Critics Abroad, Rights Group Says World, January 14

    The head of Human Rights Watch had planned to release a report in Hong Kong. Then he was barred from entering the territory.

  120. Why ‘Star Wars’ Keeps Bombing in China U.S., January 14

    Despite an aggressive marketing push by Disney, movie after movie has flopped in the world’s second-largest market, where nostalgia for the series has no power over viewers.

  121. Why ‘Star Wars’ Keeps Bombing in China Movies, January 14

    Despite an aggressive marketing push by Disney, movie after movie has flopped in the world’s second-largest market, where nostalgia for the series has no power over viewers.

  122. Sinkhole in China Swallows a Bus, Killing at Least 6 World, January 14

    Rescue crews worked overnight to free trapped passengers, but at least 10 people are missing.

  123. The Secret That Helps Some Trees Live More Than 1,000 Years Science, January 13

    By comparing very old and young ginkgos in China, scientists found an explanation for their longevity.

  124. U.S. Says China Is No Longer a Currency Manipulator U.S., January 13

    The Treasury Department’s removal of the designation provided a major concession to China just days before it is set to sign a trade deal with the United States.

  125. Australia’s Fires Test Its Winning Growth Formula Business, January 13

    The country’s vulnerable environment and growing dependence on China have raised questions about the sustainability of its economic success.

  126. When Populism Can’t Beat Identity Politics Opinion, January 12

    Still, President Tsai of Taiwan wasn’t re-elected just because she’s tough on China.

  127. China Reports First Death From New Virus World, January 10

    The coronavirus, which surfaced in the city of Wuhan, has put the region on alert, but there is no evidence that it can spread among humans.

  128. Taiwan’s Election is a Vote About China Opinion, January 10

    The race for president is a proxy contest about national identity.

  129. What to Know About Taiwan’s Presidential Election World, January 10

    President Tsai Ing-wen’s prospects in the vote Saturday have been buoyed by a stronger economy and her promises to stand up to China.

  130. How China May Help Its Enemy Get Elected in Taiwan Opinion, January 9

    President Tsai can thank Beijing for its stupidity if she stays in power.

  131. Tear-Gas Gelato, Foul-Mouthed Mooncakes and Other Foods Fit for a Revolution Opinion, January 9

    How the Hong Kong democracy movement feeds on the city’s distinct identity.

  132. China Identifies New Virus Causing Pneumonialike Illness Health, January 8

    The new coronavirus doesn’t appear to be readily spread by humans, but researchers caution that more study is needed.

  133. At ‘Sacred’ Lake, Chinese Declare Love for Xi and Communist Party World, January 8

    Some come to seek an emotional lift, others to sing patriotic tunes. But they all raise a fist and say an oath, a rite meant to show China’s strength in the 21st century.

  134. Major TikTok Security Flaws Found Technology, January 8

    The vulnerabilities, which the app says it has fixed, could have let attackers manipulate content and extract personal data.

  135. Estamos viviendo una nueva Guerra Fría en Español, January 7

    Es entre Estados Unidos y China y comenzó en 2019 como un enfrentamiento comercial que muy pronto se convirtió en un conflicto de mayores repercusiones globales. ¿Qué se espera para 2020?

  136. Why Did the U.S. Kill Suleimani? Opinion, January 7

    The attack illustrates America’s lack of a clear grand strategy — and why we need one immediately.

  137. Impossible Dumplings and Beyond Buns: Will China Buy Fake Meat? Business, January 7

    Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat want to expand to the Chinese market but face significant governmental and cultural hurdles.

  138. Awash in Disinformation Before Vote, Taiwan Points Finger at China Technology, January 6

    The self-governing island is on high alert for digital-age trickery and deception that Beijing might be using to try to swing a crucial election.

  139. China Grapples With Mystery Pneumonia-Like Illness World, January 6

    Beijing is racing to identify a new illness that has sickened 59 people as it tries to calm a nervous public.

  140. China Replaces Its Top Representative in Hong Kong With an Enforcer World, January 4

    After months of protests and an electoral defeat for pro-Beijing political parties, an official with a record of difficult assignments is on the way.

  141. U.S. Military Branches Block Access to TikTok App Amid Pentagon Warning U.S., January 4

    The Department of Defense advised military personnel to remove the Chinese-owned social media application from government-issued and personal smartphones.

  142. Hong Kong Considers the Future: ‘If You Can Afford It, Leave’ Business, January 3

    As violence escalates and the Chinese government exerts greater control over the financial hub, residents wrestle with their options.

  143. Taiwan’s Top Military Official and 7 Others Die in Helicopter Crash World, January 2

    The helicopter was carrying military personnel to an event in northeastern Taiwan when it went down on a wooded mountainside.

  144. Why Did One-Quarter of the World’s Pigs Die in a Year? Opinion, January 1

    Swine fever devastated China’s stock because with unsound governance, even sound regulations have perverse effects.

  145. North Korea Is Not Done Trolling Trump Opinion, January 1

    Kim Jong-un just restarted his dance of death with America.

  146. China Moves to Steady Its Slowing Economic Growth Business, January 1

    The country’s central bank will in effect inject $115 billion into the financial system despite signs the economy has been improving.

  147. Rocket Launches, Trips to Mars and More 2020 Space and Astronomy Events Science, January 1

    A year full of highs and lows in space just ended, and the 12 months to come will be full of new highlights in orbit and beyond.

  148. Hong Kong Protest: Thousands Expected to March on New Year’s Day World, December 31

    A holiday tradition in Hong Kong — a pro-democracy rally — could inject new momentum into the protest movement after weeks of calm.

  149. Hong Kong Protesters Return to Streets as New Year Begins World, December 31

    Weeks of relative calm ended on Wednesday, as people marched in large numbers and the police deployed tear gas and pepper spray.

  150. Stolen Research: Chinese Scientist Is Accused of Smuggling Lab Samples U.S., December 31

    Zaosong Zheng, a promising cancer researcher, confessed that he had planned to take the stolen samples to Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hospital, and publish the results under his own name.