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'Rebel Girls' co-creator writes a children's book about coronavirus to fight ignorance and discrimination.
Research group Citizen Lab finds WeChat screens overseas users for sensitive content, which it then bars from being received by Chinese accounts. Findings are likely to add fuel to concerns in Washington about data security when Chinese tech firms are involved.
Here's a list of ebooks and resources to help children and young people understand the pandemic.
A Malaysian doctor working in the United States shares his view of how the country is handling the Covid-19 pandemic.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A Chinese report into the coronavirus death of a young doctor reprimanded by police for "spreading rumours" when he tried to raise the alarm about the disease drew quick criticism online after it merely suggested the reprimand be withdrawn.
Healthcare professionals often risk their health and sacrifice quality of life in the line of duty – more so during times of infectious epidemics like the current coronavirus outbreak.
Armed with smartphones and social media accounts, citizen-journalists are telling their stories and those of others from Wuhan and other locked-down virus zones in Hubei province.
WUHAN (Caixin Global): It took only a few minutes for Dr Peng Zhiyong to make a decision that he knew could be highly risky - admitting a patient diagnosed with "unknown viral pneumonia".
Wuhan: Dr Li Wenliang, one of eight people who tried to warn about the novel coronavirus when it first emerged in Wuhan but was reprimanded by local police, has passed away from the virus, said the Central Hospital of Wuhan.
BEIJING (AP): A Chinese doctor who got in trouble with authorities in the communist country for sounding an early warning about the coronavirus outbreak died Friday after coming down with the illness.