Wuhan stories are real stories, emotions and feelings about us as human beings, regardless of races, nationalities or languages. We translate real stories from original Chinese texts to English. In doing this, we hope to offer a window for you to experience the happy, sad, desperate, heart-breaking, touching, exhausted moments during COVID19.
3 Different from contagion, mental health problems are not likely to occur abruptly and massively. The incidence rate of mental illness is averagely 1%, and 12%-13% at most. So the patients we treat are not many and spread across the entire makeshift hospital. For example, only a couple of the 100 patients needed psychological interventionContinue reading “Are You Giving Us up (Part II)?”
The makeshift hospital kept the lights on at night. The interior is a sea of whiteness, white light, white walls and white partition boards. When Feng Qiang walked into it for the first time, his eyes were hurt by the pure whiteness. His instinct tells him that patients might feel insecure or even suffer insomniaContinue reading “Are You Giving Us up (Part I)?”
⑤ Seven in the family infected, she had to remain strong My name is Zhang Qing (pseudonym) and I live in Qingshan District, Wuhan. There are seven of us in the family: my parents-in-law, my parents, my husband, my three-year-old kid, and me. In this recent outbreak, the seven of us have all been infectedContinue reading “Seven Wuhan Families Combating Coronavirus (Part II)”