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Occupation: Doctor
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Stone is a doctor in a hospital in Hebei province. He has been working for more than 20 years and is now the deputy chief physician. He remained calm in the face of the epidemic.

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Occupation:Doctor
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A doctor who stayed in Yichang, Hubei, for his winter vacation, providing us with his own life experiences. Yichang and Wuhan are two cities in Hubei.

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Occupation: Student
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Haoyang Li, 17 years old, is a freshman student at University of Virginia, USA. As a student abroad, she told us about her anxiety being abroad after the coronavirus breakout in her home country, China. She also shared her experience of deciding to go back after facing discrimination, being on an airplane, and quarantining.

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Occupation: Freelancer/Airbnb host
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The first person I chose to interview was Ms. Vivian Guo, who currently resides in Cascais, Portugal. She has a three-year-old son, and has additionally been pregnant for 38 weeks. Undoubtedly, the spread of COVID-19 in Portugal has created various obstacles in her life as a mother and pregnant woman. There are numerous possible risks to the health of Ms. Guo, her toddler son and her unborn child as a result of the virus, and it is therefore absolutely imperative that she is wary of them every time she leaves her home. I am curious to learn more about such potential dangers, the measures taken to prevent them, and overall, how Ms. Guo is coping with the inevitable distress caused by this situation.

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Occupation: Dentist
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The interviewee is a dentist at a public hospital in Beijing, China. He tells what he noticed during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the hospital’s measures and COVID’s impact on his career and personal life.

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Occupation: Company Manager
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Our interviewee, Mr. Lin, is a company manager in Guangzhou. During New Year in 2020, he went back to his hometown Hubei to celebrate New Year, however, he was stuck there due to the outbreak of the epidemic and spend months at home for quarantine. During most of the time, Mr. Lin kept a positive mood and used this time as a chance for record and reflection on his life. Also, he wants to express his sincere appreciation for the medical stuffs who worked on the first-line of the epidemic.

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Occupation: High School Student
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Nalisa was born in Shanghai, and she immigrated to America with her family after finishing grade 7. They currently live in Long Island, New York. As a senior, COVID-19 changes her life to a wide extent, the graduation ceremony eventually became unrealistic too.

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Occupation: Teacher
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Fang is a teacher teaching Chinese to the foreigners in university. She and her husband and her child went to their hometown, Enshi (the city in Hubei province, which is the explosive of the virus) They took their journey in the winter holiday.

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Occupation: Teacher
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My name is Tang Jie. I am a Chinese teacher from The Anglo Chinese School in Singapore. I am 40 years old.

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Occupation: Officer at Research Institute
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Aor is a native Thai, who is currently 34 years old. Chiang Mai is her hometown and the city that she lives in. Aor’s lifestyle is simple, she lives with her mom and her grandma, and cooking is her favorite thing to do in leisure time. Coronavirus impacts her life significantly due to the dangerous health condition of her grandma, she explained in detail in the interview.

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Not a Surprise

7/18/2020
Occupation: Freelance Worker
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The person that I interviewed is an Italian who lives in Cascais. The spread of the virus has greatly affected him. Usually during summer vacation, he and his family travel back to Italy. Unfortunately, he couldn’t leave Portugal this year due to the virus. Additionally, Italy was the first country in Europe that experienced an outbreak of the virus. I thought it would be interesting to interview him about how this virus has impacted him emotionally as well as in his daily life.

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Occupation: high school teacher
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Christopher is from Texas, the United States. He now works and lives in Suzhou, China. He is an Economic teacher in an international high school. During the outbreak, he mainly stayed in Suzhou and made detailed observation about the situation. As a foreigner who has lived in China for seven years, Christopher talked a lot about his feelings based on his experience.

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Occupation: Student
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Yichen is a Chinese student studying in an American high school located in Westlake Village near Beverly Hills in Los Angeles. The village is small and the people there are mostly rich white. His attitude towards the coronavirus has been changing, from ignoring, to pay attention, to "worry" and to relax. As the lucky guy who succeeded in returning to China before the domestic policy changes and the outbreak of the United States, although his school life wasn’t a happy ending, he has gained a lot along the way.

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Occupation: beautician
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Aunt Gao is a beautician in Suzhou, which has no basic salary and take commission of beauty salon as her primary income. Although she is a normal person, her life is like a mirror which reflects the change of Chinese society and how a countryside person settled in the city. However, during the corona virus, urban immigrants like her had a hard time since the impact of epidemic on low risk-resistance enterprises and individuals might be fatal. This interview is taken in late March (2 months after epidemic broke out).

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Occupation: Student
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My name is Jennifer. I am 15 years old. I was born and raised in Beijing, China, until I came to Singapore last year. In my eyes, Beijing is a lively and bustling place. It is very beautiful at night.

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Occupation:Nurse
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She worked as a nurse for 19 years and was responsible for the quality control of medical records in the first Department of the inpatient department of the hospital. Her salary just reached the average level of local wages in Shaoyang, less than 3000 yuan. As medical staff, they can only take turns to have a rest on holidays. Without the epidemic, her daughter, who had already worked, would have gone home to have a happy new year for the family of three, and she would go out with friends to enjoy the beautiful scenery in the spring. The interview was conducted during the lunch break from 12:30 to 13:30 every day.

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Occupation: College Freshman
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Ziyi Zhang is a Freshman from Wuhan University of Technology. In his everyday life, he’s an optimistic boy who’s always longing for outdoor activities, in the meantime with a definite goal for his life. The following articles are all from his personal perspective, taking us on a tour, filling us in with the real experience of being a Wuhaner during the pandemic.

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Occupation: Engineer
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Liang Hui is a Singaporean Chinese, a white-collar elite who works at the Fortune global 500.He came to Singapore 25 years ago and experienced the SARS outbreak 17 years ago. He was shocked by the speed of novel Coronavirus and thought it was more serious than SARS.

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Occupation: Dentist
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I am a dentist, as well as the director, professor, and doctoral supervisor working in the dental department of a public hospital. Unlike the majority of the people, being a medical professional I am, I have access to learn the pandemic of novel coronavirus via a professional channel.

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Occupation: High School Student
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Laura Tavares is a rising senior at Carlucci American International School of Lisbon (CAISL), and is one of the student council members as well as a resident of the city of Lisbon. Laura is a diligent and outgoing student who is friendly and helpful towards every student, and whom everyone acknowledges as a responsible leader. But similar to many other students, Laura had a hard time adjusting to the sudden change in her life when her school closed its campus in March.

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Time of the Storm

4/16/2020
Occupation: Manager of an NGO organization
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Zop is a Thai who grew up in Chiangmai and lives in Chiangmai right now. There’s never worldwide epidemic disease experience in his whole life, so the breakout of coronavirus caused a big impact on his life both physically and mentally. He is a devoted Christian and works actively in the church as the translator during preach. His work is in a nonprofit organization as well, which largely involves physical contact between individuals. However, his life altered due to coronavirus.

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Occupation: Retired
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Zhu Liping was born in Jilin Province, in the northeast of China, but she has been living in Beijing for 50 years. As a retired mother, her life is focused around her husband and her 13-year-old daughter. During the COVID-19 outbreak, she deeply felt the inconvenience caused by life under quarantine. She has witnessed the challenges faced by her husband and daughter, while also trying to adapt to changes herself. For her, being far from the center of the epidemic does not prevent her from caring about the development of the epidemic. In the interview, Zhu illustrated her experience during the pandemic. She hoped to obtain more authentic news and called on the government to increase the transparency of latest information.

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Occupation: Manager
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Mr. Guo grew up in a city called Yushu in northern China. He worked in Shenzhen after he graduated from Dalian. Her wife is from Wuhan. Her parents live in Wuhan. When the epidemic broke out, Mr. Guo had just finished his work and was about to return to Wuhan for Spring Festival with his wife’s family. They heard some news about the virus when they depart, but they insisted to return. On the night of Jan.21st , his family arrived in Wuhan. Wuhan announced to lockdown at Jan.23rd. This interview recorded Mr. Guo’s experience and thoughts when he was in Wuhan.

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Occupation: College Student
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Jin is a college student who loves history, current affairs and travel. He had participated in various volunteer activities as a participant before. In this epidemic, he, like many young people, initiated a donation to the public with a passion, trying to buy urgently needed items in the epidemic area. Materials to solve the urgent needs of the epidemic area. Public work and fund-raising were unexpectedly successful, but deceive businessmen did not let go of the opportunity to make a fortune even under this situation.

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Occupation: Firefighter department’s Director
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In 2020, the sudden outbreak of Coronavirus has a profound impact on the politics and economy of various countries. The continuous outbreaks in countries have brought great destructive power to human society and has a great impact on firefighting work. In this view, the author interviewed the head of a fire department to understand the impact of the epidemic situation on firefighting work, team management, as well as the positive actions taken by the companies to ensure the successful practice of firefighting work and firefighters’ safety and stability.

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Occupation: Vice President of China Peaceful Reunification Promotion Association in Turkey
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As a person who has participated in the domestic voluntary fund-raising, I deeply feel that due to the shortage of domestic medical supplies, the help from overseas Chinese is very helpful to our fundraising process. I'm very much looking forward to hearing the voices of people who are overseas but still have their hearts in their country, and to seeing how what they see during the epidemic differs from what we see. I chose to interview Mr. Malis, vice President of The Turkish-china Association for the Promotion of Peaceful Reunification in Turkey. Lets listen and explore what he sees from a different perspective, the same and different.

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Occupation: Dentist
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She graduated from Huaxi Dental, and then went to work at a top-tier hospital. She has over twenty years of expertise in the field of hospital management currently. When the interview was taking place, it was the final stages of the virus.

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Occupation: Journalist
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Ms Guo Ying is a senior reporter of Shanghai Youth Daily. Because of a successful internship experience, she embarked on a career as a journalist without any media studies. Under the epidemic, Ms Guo’s work is very busy. She is very busy, had interviewed medical workers, community volunteers, grassroots cadres and other people of all kinds, wrote countless reports, and gained a lot of touch from their stories.

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Occupation: IT worker
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I have been in Canada for eighteen years, which is quite a long time. I love it here. There are many lakes in Canada, so every summer my family will choose a lake to go camping, barbecue, boating, or swimming, to really get in touch with nature and relax. The lakes in Canada are my family's favorite place to visit.

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Occupation: ICU nurse
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The interviewee is an old friend of my mom. She is also a nurse who went to support Wuhan during the early epidemic. Before this, she also joined the support of Xiamen BRT explosion.

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Occupation: writer, aesthetic education
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Fanfan Zou, born in Nanjing and currently live in Paris, France. She stands on her own unique perspective to illustrate the meaning of COVID-19 for a two kids’ mother, who is also a writer specializes on children’s novels. The crowded Qinhuai river in hometown now becomes ‘has no a single sign of people’; walking on the streets of Paris, it is the first time feeling immediate greetings from parents once step out of the house. This is an ordinary story in this impressive era, but also the love between small figures in the society.

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Occupation: Restaurant Owner
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I have been engaged in the catering industry for 20 years. I have been fond of cooking since I was a child, because of my love. When I was very young, my father was a passenger carrier and my mother had a management position in a coal mine factory. So I was alone at home for a long time. My neighbor, the income is very good, can eat meat every day, and then there is a restaurant next to my home, every day is also a lot of customers. In such an environment, the air is full of the fragrance of food every day, but there is no one in my home, so I began to learn to cook by myself since my childhood, in order to make myself eat whatever I want in the future, I will have a restaurant of my own.

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