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    Voices From China’s Covid Crisis: ‘If I Survive This, What Will I Do?’

    One year after China locked down Wuhan, six people describe how they found courage in adversity, calm amid grief, and meaning in chaos.

    China’s College Graduates Can’t Find Jobs. The Solution: Grad School.

    The government is expanding university capacity, but some young people worry that the option will only postpone a crisis stemming from a shortage of well-paying work.

    Will the Sudden E.U.-China Deal Damage Relations With Biden?

    Pushed by German Chancellor Merkel of Germany near the end of her tenure, the trade deal may complicate agreement on an effective trans-Atlantic policy toward China.

    China Moves to Punish Lawyers Hired to Help Hong Kong Activists

    Lu Siwei and Ren Quanniu were barred from aiding a group of pro-democracy protesters who were arrested at sea, but could still lose their licenses.

    She Chronicled China’s Crisis. Now She Is Accused of Spreading Lies

    Zhang Zhan, who reported about the coronavirus from Wuhan during the lockdown, will face trial next week, in the first known case against a citizen journalist from the crisis.
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