There are positives signs for closer international cooperation on fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic as the G20 video summit was convened and Chinese and US leaders had a phone call.
Despite these challenges, for students, online learning is offering them a chance to resume their education and to return to a state of normality that they haven’t experienced for many weeks.
It is indeed strange that in the eyes of the New York Times, the coronavirus poses a test to only the leadership of the Communist Party of China, and its spread across the country is exclusively the fault of the Chinese system of government. What about the spread across Europe?
As the fight against the emergency of coronavirus draws to a close, China must carry on to fulfill other important tasks this year as planned.
Some believe this riotous market drop is long overdue as the share prices have been running at an abnormally high level for quite a period. In other words, it is safe to say the stock dive can be attributed to the eruption of various long-lasting problems.
Instead of waging the blame game, world leaders must set aside ideology and geopolitics, to jointly develop an effective vaccine and to strengthen the global public health system. In an interconnected world, no country is an island. Humankind shares a common destiny!
After the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, China’s technology played an important role in this deadly battle where all kinds of tech being used in different stages from the early detection of the virus to the ending.
Why Chinese today are able to tackle such formidable foes as poverty, hunger, and now the raging epidemic?
Because of the COVID-19 virus, the living condition of many specific group has been exposed to the world. It will expose the failure of governments to plan for and deliver services – not just health services – best meeting the needs of all. It will expose the life-threatening vulnerabilities caused by displacement, violence, poverty and war.