THE PANDEMIC has caused a shift in how drug firms are viewed: their capacity for big-money innovation will give them immunity in the crisis. Widespread home working will have broad consequences, from commercial-property values to urban demographics. And a seemingly innocuous Hong Kong history exam is a window into the territory’s increasingly fraught politics. Runtime: 20 min

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