After China lifted its zero-COVID policy, economists expected the economy to come roaring back. That hasn't quite happened.
Shanghai's 2022 lockdown, which lasted two months, left economic and psychological scars on the metropolis.
David struggled to help his 83-year-old father before he died of COVID. Will his father's death be counted in China's official toll?
Traditionally, workers in parts of Asia travel during the holiday to spend time with family. Here's how COVID has changed that part of the supply chain.
Chinese officials have lifted the harshest restrictions of the zero-COVID policy, but consumers are still cautious amid surging infections.
After nearly three years of China's zero-COVID policy, citizens are exhausted and some are calling for more than just an end to the restrictions.
"It's really down to the person enforcing the rules," said one lawyer who was detained at a train station.
China is simplifying some of the rules to enter its zero-COVID bubble, but many hurdles remain.
China’s borders shut in March 2020 to contain COVID-19. It's been rough for people who made a life in China but were forced to leave.