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Kai Fornahl , May 7th, 2020
Die meisten Menschen in China verurteilten schon vor Ausbruch des neuen SARS-Virus den Wildtierhandel. Allerdings sind Wildtiermärkte traditionell in Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft des Landes fest verank…
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Katherine A. Mason , March 16th, 2020
On April 12, 2003, I was evacuated from my post teaching English at Zhongshan University in Guangzhou, China. I packed my belongings into two suitcases and a duffle…
Laura Meek , March 3rd, 2020
Disease is but the most obvious part of an epidemic. As coronavirus spreads, it fuels many other kinds of contagious forces. AN editor’s note: How can anthropology help…
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Christos Lynteris , July 8th, 2016
It was one of those typical late spring afternoons in Beijing, when the desert sand blowing from the North begins to give way to an electric atmosphere more…
Robert Peckham , June 8th, 2016
The emergence of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in China’s Guangdong Province in the winter of 2002 was an exemplary spillover event: it marked the passage of a…