Tag: Wuhan

The Past 60-plus Days in China: Covid-19 Perspectives from a Wuhan-native

Rebecca_Irons , April 27th, 2020


LI HONGLIN With the arrival of April, the weather in Beijing becomes particularly warm, and people in masks rush to the park enjoying the spring. Meanwhile in my…


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“When the Cherry Blossoms, we will meet again in Wuhan”: A Nurse’s Reflections

Rebecca_Irons , April 8th, 2020


CORALINE CUI YA PING On 9th February 2020, Coralline, a nurse from Nanjing, volunteered to go to Wuhan to help attend patients in the Coronavirus pandemic. She will…


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“When the Cherry Blossoms, we will meet again in Wuhan”:A COVID-19 Photo Essay

Rebecca_Irons , April 8th, 2020


CORALINE CUI YA PING Coralline is a nurse from Nanjing, China. On 9th February 2020, she volunteered to go to Wuhan to help attend patients in the Coronavirus…


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Wuhan: Glutofen mit Kirschblütencharme

Florian Jung , July 24th, 2017


Wuhan, die Hauptstadt der geschichtsträchtigen Provinz Hubei, überrascht mit vielen Widersprüchen: Aufgrund der extrem hohen Temperaturen im Sommer bekannt als einer der Glutöfen Chinas, präsentieren …


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