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Indulge yourself at a carnival of Italian gourmet delights

China Daily 13 Nov 2021
Jointly organized by the Italian Trade Agency (ITA) and Jenny Lou's, a supermarket chain that specializes in imported goods, "Italian Food & Wine Carnival" kicked off in Beijing on Friday ... A number of Italian wine tasting events will also be held at Jenny Lou's supermarkets in Beijing from Nov 26 to 28.
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AI offers convenience for elderly health code verifications

China.dot.org 09 Nov 2021
More specifically, when elderly residents go to supermarkets, hospitals and parks, they no longer need to take out their mobile phones to scan the health code ... The elderly can use the function after registering on Beijing Health Kit app ... Beijing has also deployed smart terminals in nearly 70 public places such as supermarkets and banks.
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Beijing Residents Stock Up on Cabbages in Uncertain Times

The Epoch Times 08 Nov 2021
Beijing residents are stocking up on cabbage ... The lack of explanation about the directive triggered long queues outside supermarkets in downtown Beijing in the early mornings last week.
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China accidentally sparks ‘doomsday prepper’ frenzy after telling residents to stockpile food

New York Post 05 Nov 2021
Women wearing protective face masks walk past shelfs with cooking oil, rice and flour in a supermarket in Beijing, China, November 4, 2021 ... Shoppers scrabbled to get hold of the last bags of rice, flour and noodles at a supermarket in Beijing, China November 2, 2021.
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Overall supply of daily necessities remains stable in Beijing

China.dot.org 05 Nov 2021
The overall supply of daily necessities in Beijing remains stable and in good order, and can fully meet consumer demand, said Wang Hongcun, an official from the Beijing Municipal Commerce Bureau, during a press conference on Thursday.
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Beijing shields itself against Covid-19 ahead of CCP meeting, Olympics

La Prensa Latina 05 Nov 2021
They include, for example, the cancellation of activities in two central districts of Beijing – cinemas, yoga classes, concerts – while establishments such as supermarkets, bars or restaurants have once again required the scanning of quick recognition codes to facilitate tracking in case of contagion.
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China's advice to stockpile sparks speculation of Taiwan war

Springfield News-Sun 04 Nov 2021
A bright yellow sign in an aisle of a Beijing supermarket asked customers to buy reasonably and not to listen to rumors or stockpile goods ... Store clerks re-stock bags of flour at a supermarket in Beijing, China, Wednesday, Nov ... A man wearing a mask passes rows of bottled water at a supermarket in Beijing, China, Wednesday, Nov.
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Food supplies sufficient: Chinese officials

Taipei Times 04 Nov 2021
Reuters, BEIJING ... Supermarkets in various cities around the nation saw flour, rice and other food items flying off the shelves. People wearing masks choose vegetables in a supermarket amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Beijing yesterday ... supply of grain in supermarkets,” Liu said.
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China’s advice to stockpile sparks speculation of Taiwan war

Asahi News 04 Nov 2021
BEIJING--A seemingly innocuous government recommendation for Chinese people to store necessities for an emergency quickly sparked scattered instances of panic-buying and online speculation ... A bright yellow sign in an aisle of a Beijing supermarket asked customers to buy reasonably and not to listen to rumors or stockpile goods.
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Recent spike in vegetable prices ebbing

China Daily 04 Nov 2021
That's great," a resident in Beijing's Chaoyang district said on Wednesday. Officials at the ministry said the supply of food being sold in the supermarket was sufficient even when the epidemic was at its highest point last year.
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China’s advice to store up necessities sparks panic-buying and speculation of Taiwan war

The Los Angeles Times 04 Nov 2021
BEIJING —  ... Most residents interviewed in Beijing, the Chinese capital, thought war was unlikely but acknowledged the rising tensions ... A bright yellow sign in an aisle of a Beijing supermarket asked customers to buy reasonably and not to listen to rumors or to stockpile goods.
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Chinese stock up on food as temperatures fall and COVID-19 spreads

Korea Times 03 Nov 2021
"It's going to be a cold winter, we want to make sure we have enough to eat," said one woman loading rice onto a bicycle outside a supermarket in central Beijing ... Where could I stockpile vegetables at home? I get enough for my daily needs," said a Beijing retiree surnamed Shi leaving another Beijing supermarket.
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COVID-19: China’s latest outbreak most widespread since Wuhan

Gulf News 03 Nov 2021
Beijing ... Beijing reported nine infections on Wednesday, including one that was earlier reported as asymptomatic ... Long lines at supermarkets ... “It’s going to be a cold winter, we want to make sure we have enough to eat,” said one woman loading rice onto a bicycle outside a supermarket in central Beijing.
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93 cases in 24 hours: How Covid-19 is rearing its head again in China

Hindustan Times 03 Nov 2021
Beijing reported nine new local infections, the most since January 19 ... Temperature screening has been set up at entrances of shopping malls, supermarkets, hotels, cinemas and subway stations in Beijing, while a legion of personnel on the ground check the health codes of visiting individuals on their mobile phones.
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Capital tightens its measures on virus control

China Daily 01 Nov 2021
These locations include residential communities, shopping malls, supermarkets, airports and railway stations, according to the Beijing Health Commission ... Tang Yunhua, deputy head of Beijing's market supervisory authority, said employees in industries including agriculture produce ...

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