China News︱Tuesday, October 5, 2021

  1. Experts judged that the community transmission of the epidemic in Xiamen was basically blocked, and the risk of social transmission was basically eliminated. (CCTV)

  2. In 2020, my country’s port cargo throughput will complete 14.55 billion tons, ranking first in the world. (People’s Daily Online)

  3. The net population reduction in the three northeastern provinces has exceeded 10 million in ten years, and 30% of the top 100 cities in the country with net population reduction are from the three northeastern provinces. (

  4. Shandong made it clear that before the end of the year, all toll stations on national and provincial roads for government loan repayment will be cancelled. (Phoenix Network)

  5. A policeman in Qingdao unfortunately died during the National Day security duty, and the suspect has been arrested and brought to justice. (CCTV)

  6. Three children drowned in Suining, Sichuan, and the police initially judged it as an accident. (The Paper)

  7. China Evergrande. Trading of Evergrande property shares was suspended on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The reason for the suspension was not disclosed. (Guanwang)

  8. Xu Xin was elected as the vice chairman of the Asian Table Tennis Federation. (The Paper)

  9. Tencent Video. iQiyi officially cancels the advanced on-demand service of drama series. (

  10. Jiang Dongmei, the former president of Liaoyang Rural Commercial Bank, the suspect of “red notice personnel” fleeing to work, was arrested abroad and sent back to China. (CCTV)

  11. The 2021 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine is awarded to American scientists David Julius and Adem Patabotian for their contributions to the “discovery of temperature and touch receptors”. (Overseas Network)

  12. As the 2022 World Cup is approaching, Qatar announced that the Chinese and Russian vaccines will be included in the “recognized vaccine list”. (World Wide Web)

  13. Japan’s Yoshihide Suga cabinet resigned, and Fumio Kishida was elected the 100th Prime Minister of Japan. (CCTV)

  14. About 3,000 barrels of crude oil spilled from a drilling rig on the southern coast of California. (The Paper)

  15. North Korea and South Korea resumed the communication line on the 4th, and the two sides connected by phone. (Phoenix Network)

  16. The Taliban raided the hideouts of members of the extremist organization “Islamic State”, killing several “Islamic State” members. (CCTV)

  17. New Zealand announced that it would abandon the strategy of “total elimination of the new crown” and seek “coexistence with the virus”. (World Wide Web)

  18. French survey: About 3,000 people in the French Catholic Church have been pedophiles in the past 70 years. (The Paper)

  19. A report titled “Pandora Papers” issued by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists stated that political and business figures in many countries used offshore companies to hide assets or buy real estate. (Xinhua News Agency)

  20. 6 dead and 41 injured in tribal clashes in Indonesia’s Papua province. (CCTV)

  21. A private plane crashed in Italy, killing all eight people on board. (Xinhuanet)

  22. Intel released the second-generation neuromorphic chip, which can accommodate 1 million artificial neurons in 31mm². (The Paper)

Source of Morning Post:, Xinhuanet,, CCTV,,,,,, The Paper, etc.