Thousands of Hong Kongers are moving to Britain since Beijing imposed a strict national security law on the Chinese territory last summer.
The market was the site of a December 2019 outbreak of the virus. Scientists initially suspected the virus came from wild animals sold in the market. The market has since been largely ruled out but it could provide hints to how the virus spread so widely.
Britain says it will open a visa scheme to Hong Kongers from Sunday, but China says it 'interferes in China's internal affairs'
Rescuers in east China have pulled 11 miners from hundreds of metres underground where they were trapped for two weeks, as the race to locate the remaining 10 intensifies.
Eleven workers trapped for two weeks by an explosion inside a Chinese gold mine were brought safely to the surface on Sunday.
Exactly a year ago, Wuhan shocked the world by confining its 11 million inhabitants to their homes, beginning a 76-day lockdown.
The lockdown in the Yau Tsim Mong district will be in place until every resident is tested - something expected to take around 48 hours.
Beijing plans to test two million people in 48 hours as the city rushes to stop a new local cluster of COVID cases.
As the rest of the world continues to grapple with lockdowns and soaring infections, young people in the city, once the epicentre of the novel coronavirus, are enjoying their hard-earned freedom.
Rescuers have been in contact with some trapped workers and have delivered supplies since the January 10 explosion at a new gold mine under construction in the eastern Shandong province.
According to the developer, the droid can automatically register the subjects' information, making the whole sampling process traceable and ensuring the authenticity of that sampling.
China's Mars probe spacecraft is due to enter the red planet's orbit within a month after traveling 400m kilometres since its launch in July
Zhang Zhan's broadcasts from inside the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak were widely shared on social media before she was arrested in May.
Each year, local fishermen use a centuries-old fishing technique to catch fish and are joined by visitors from across China coming to witness the carnival as temperatures fall from 20 to 30 degrees Celsius below zero.
"We now think that the Chinese economy in dollar terms will overtake the US economy in 2028, a full 5 years earlier than we thought last year," the annual report from the Centre for Economics and Business Research has found.