While the Coronavirus continues its rampage through the rest of the world, China has kept new Covid-19 cases at exceptionally low levels with sweeping measures since March.
China’s manufacturing industry grew at a slower pace in August, with the official manufacturing PMI falling slightly to 51 in August from 51.1 in July.
The Shanghai Disneyland Resort has reopened on May 11 after having been shut down for more than three months to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This is Disney’s first theme park to resume operations around the world.
Despite the impact of COVID-19 wearing off, the everyday life of Chinese people after the quarantine is vastly different from before.
Being in China, we have been quarantined for almost two months and are now witnessing social and economic activities resuming slowly, bit by bit, in our hometown Beijing.
People’s purchases generally reveal what they have been doing to kill time during the prolonged stay-at-home days.