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Beijing Diary: 'Humiliation' of the past, black swans of the future

Nikkei's China bureau chief offers snapshots of the fight against coronavirus

Yuanmingyuan, the site of an imperial palace destroyed during the Second Opium War, has remained open to the public despite the coronavirus outbreak. (Photo by Tetsushi Takahashi)

The Chinese government is battling to contain the coronavirus outbreak that has infected tens of thousands and killed more than 3,000 people, while spreading worldwide. Nikkei's bureau chief in China, Tetsushi Takahashi, is on the ground in the capital and is filing dispatches on what he sees.

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