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7 Feb 2020
The official death toll from the coronavirus outbreak rose to 636 on Friday, with the Chinese government saying total infections had climbed past 30,000.
14 Sep 2019
The Chinese government took action in protest at German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas meeting with pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong. Beijing says it has "sufficient proof" of foreign intervention in Hong Kong.
19 Feb 2019
The founder of Huawei has dismissed claims his company spies for the Chinese government and said that the world cannot do without his company's "more advanced" technology.
12 Dec 2018
The Chinese government is set to reform the country’s expensive wedding practice. The ministry of civil affairs has called for an end to expensive wedding gifts, lavish ceremonies, and high bride price demands.

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