China delays college entrance exam as fears grow over risk of coronavirus second wave

SHANGHAI/BEIJING — China will delay its national college entrance exam by a month as it grapples with a coronavirus pandemic as travelers returning from abroad are fueling new cases and boosting concern over the threat of a second wave of infections. Read More More:

Japan’s Abe, deputy avoid joint meetings to cut coronavirus risk as lockdown pressure builds

TOKYO — Japan’s prime minister and his deputy won’t attend meetings together to cut coronavirus risks as pressure for a lockdown builds, with domestic cases topping 2,000 and a minister saying the country’s containment strategy was stretched to the limit. Read More More:

China factory activity unexpectedly expands, but economy cannot shake off virus shock

BEIJING — Factory activity in China unexpectedly expanded in March from a collapse the month before, but analysts caution that a durable near-term recovery is far from assured as the global coronavirus crisis knocks foreign demand and threatens a steep economic slump. Read More More:

Social Media Benefit Performances – Sennheiser is Live-Streaming a Concert Series Available on IGTV (

( Sennheiser will be live-streaming a concert series that viewers can access through the IGTV platform. The first performance of the concert series occurred last week when Raul Rodriguez played a… More: