This will be a personal sharing and discussion session led by four Chinese Scholars focusing around the COVID-19 pandemic in China. Chunying Zhang (China & Lady Margaret Hall 2016), Naying Ren (China & Linacre 2016), Xilin Jiang (China & University 2017) and Yuhan Li (China & Magdalen 2018) will share their experiences and thoughts about journalism, NGO response, infectious disease modelling, and wildlife management during the COVID-19 crisis in China. This will be an informal sharing moderated by Serena Dai (Hong Kong & St Catherine's 2016), and questions you would like to discuss can be sent in advance to email@example.com.
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