China News︱Monday, August 29, 2022

  1. The orange warning of meteorological drought continues to be issued: Jiangsu, Anhui, Henan and many other places will experience extreme drought. (Central Meteorological Observatory)

  2. The 2022 China Internet Civilization Conference will officially open, and the “Tianjin Declaration on Jointly Building Internet Civilization” will be released. (CCTV)

  3. Two U.S. warships sailed across the Taiwan Strait, Eastern Theater: Be ready to thwart any provocation at any time. (The Paper)

  4. Chongqing Municipality awarded the special prize of “Moving Chongqing” to 4 collectives including Yunnan Provincial Forest Fire Brigade. (CCTV)

  5. There were 25 new cases of asymptomatic infections in the local area, and all Shijiazhuang subway and bus operations were suspended. (Guanwang)

  6. Many places have recently reported the discovery of alligator gar, and the agricultural department has launched a census of invasive alien species. (The Paper)

  7. A couple in Yulin, Shaanxi Province was fined 66,000 yuan for selling 5 catties of celery. The State Council Supervision Team: The punishment was excessive. (Guanwang)

  8. A Hunan man was misdiagnosed with AIDS for 5 years, sued the Center for Disease Control and received 99,000 yuan in compensation. (Xin’an Evening News)

  9. Taiwan has newly confirmed 26,450 local cases and 31 deaths. (Guanwang)

  10. Johns Hopkins University: The cumulative number of confirmed cases worldwide exceeds 600 million. (Reference News)

  11. There are more than 17,000 cases of monkeypox in the United States. The US media said that the US government is repeating the same mistakes. (CCTV)

  12. Floods in Pakistan have killed 1,033 people and injured more than 1,500. (CCTV)

Source: People’s Daily Online, Xinhua Net, China News Net, CCTV, Tencent Net, Global Net, Overseas Net, Phoenix Net, Observer Net, The Paper, etc.