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Beijing extends work-from-home 'requirement' for millions as COVID spreads
The Chinese capital extended its work-from-home requirement for many of its 22 million residents to stem a COVID-19 outbreak, while Shanghai deployed more testing and curbs to hold on to its hard-won "zero COVID" status after two months of lockdown.
Beijing tells Washington: Taiwan is part of China
Taiwan is a part of China and no one can change that, Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe said on Wednesday during a rare phone call with US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, according to a statement from Beijing.
Iranian female skier cuts icy path to Beijing Olympics
Iranian Atefeh Ahmadi learned to ski not long after she could walk, but the path to the Winter Olympics has not been an entirely smooth run for the 21-year-old.
Japan will not send government delegation to Beijing Olympics
Japan will not send a government delegation to February's Winter Olympics in Beijing, it said on Friday, a move likely to deepen tension with China.
Beijing lights Olympic flame, to be first city to host summer, winter Games
China lit its Olympic flame in Beijing on Wednesday after the ceremonial torch arrived from Athens, ahead of the Chinese capital's hosting of the 2022 Winter Games in February.
Iranian film ‘The Contrary Route’ to go to Beijing festival
Abolfazl Jalili’s dramedy, ‘The Contrary Route,’ is to be screened at the 11th Beijing International Film Festival (BJIFF), to be held from August 14 to 21.
Beijing International Film Festival postponed amid Delta variant outbreak in China
The Beijing International Film Festival, the Chinese government’s flagship cinema event, was postponed amid a resurgence in COVID-19 cases in the country caused by the spread of the Delta variant.
China denounces G7 statement, urges group to stop slandering country
China denounced on Monday a joint statement by the Group of Seven leaders that had scolded Beijing over a range of issues as a gross interference in the country’s internal affairs, and urged the grouping to stop slandering China.
Japan says ties with Taiwan only unofficial
Japan’s relations with Taiwan are nongovernmental and practical and are based on Tokyo’s recognition of China as the sole legitimate government, a top Japanese official said Friday, following Beijing’s protest over a recent reference to the island as a country.

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