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.
“I’ve got some food for you on the backseat” Li Jian is 37 years old. Before he became a driver, he had been to dozens of countries doing chemical transportation. He started a photography business with his friends after he came back to China, and then joined Didi in 2018. He is now one ofContinue reading ““Ferrymen” in Wuhan (Part II)”
Thirty-nine-year-old veteran Du Yong has found himself a new battle. This time, in his hometown, he’s once again working on the front line. Setting off from Xudong community committee of Hongshan District, he’s taking medical workers and delivering food and medicines to “battlefields” all over Wuhan. Du works as a volunteer driver in the specialContinue reading ““Ferrymen” in Wuhan (Part I)”
Is it “racism” or just an “overreaction”? Cheng Chen is a postgraduate in Columbia University in New York. He didn’t go back to China in his winter vacation and thus excluded from a set of corona controlling measures that target at people who had been to China. Nevertheless, like most Chinese students overseas, he stillContinue reading “Collateral Damage of Covid-19: Chinese Overseas Live in Shade (Part III)”