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Chris Buckley 储百亮
New York Times reporter in China 纽约时报驻华记者
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Feb 12
"Death is a tragedy visited on everyone; forgetfulness is the tragedy of a nation." If you have a moment, read this extraordinary speech about the present crisis by a school teacher in Chengdu.
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Leo Ramírez Feb 13
Here a summary of my work during the 8 days that I’ve spent in Wuhan right after the lockdown. Thanks and for the great edit.
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Karoline Chaoqun Kan Feb 12
I joined Bloomberg as Green reporter this week. I will write about environment and climate. DM me with ideas and tips. Here's my first story with on the air pollution this week in Beijing while China is in the midst of industrial shutdown.
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Feb 13
They’re fumigating the northern hemisphere.
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Sui-Lee Wee 黄瑞黎 Feb 12
Big news day in China today and we still don't have the overall case numbers nationwide. For all the latest, follow our live briefing. Coronavirus Live Updates: Communist Official Is Ousted as Hot Zone Infections Skyrocket
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Feb 12
"Death is a tragedy visited on everyone; forgetfulness is the tragedy of a nation." If you have a moment, read this extraordinary speech about the present crisis by a school teacher in Chengdu.
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Austin Ramzy Feb 12
China removes Jiang Chaoliang, the Hubei party boss, the biggest leader to fall in the coronavirus outbreak
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Simon Rabinovitch Feb 12
Change in Hubei case reporting has made it next to impossible to track its coronavirus trend. Here is what new confirmed cases would have looked like according to the old method (testing) vs new method (clinical diagnosis). On old basis it would have been another decline today.
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Sui-Lee Wee 黄瑞黎 Feb 12
Replying to @suilee
8. Pls read this story by my colleague, Roni Caryn Rabin. Problem with new numbers for experts now is comparisons and understanding the extent of the virus's spread.
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Sui-Lee Wee 黄瑞黎 Feb 12
Replying to @suilee
7. I wrote about all these issues last week: As Deaths Mount, China Tries to Speed Up Coronavirus Testing
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Sui-Lee Wee 黄瑞黎 Feb 12
1. There's a lot of buzz on the astronomical jump in cases from Hubei on Wednesday -- 14,840 new confirmed cases, almost 10 x compared to a day earlier. New deaths rose to 242, more than double fr day b4. The govt has changed the diagnostic criteria used to confirm cases. More ..
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Steven Lee Myers Feb 12
The sharp rise in reported cases illustrates how hard it still is to grasp the extent and severity of the coronavirus outbreak in China, particularly inside the epicenter, where thousands of sick people remain untested for the illness.
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Stephen McDonell Feb 12
Feel for and its people going through this emergency. Here's a promise: when this crisis is over I'm definitely going there for fun trip. I haven't been to the city for way too long. It's a great place. I highly recommend it.
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Feb 12
Using new criteria, Hubei recorded a big jump in coronavirus cases on Wednesday: 14,840 new cases, including 13,332 apparently not counted until this major adjustment. Understanding what's going on will take more digging.
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Sui-Lee Wee 黄瑞黎 Feb 12
We would like to hear from Chinese students, family and friends living overseas or planning to study or travel abroad about how your lives have been disrupted and what you’re doing to cope with the outbreak. Please send us your short stories and photos.
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Sui-Lee Wee 黄瑞黎 Feb 12
我们希望听到居住在海外、或计划去海外学习或出国旅行的中国学生、他们的家人及朋友的声音,了解你的生活受到了怎样的影响,以及你为应对疫情做了些什么。 请将你的故事和图片发给我们。致中国留学生:新冠病毒给你带来什么影响?
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Carlos Tejada Feb 12
Chinese Students Abroad: How Are You Affected by the Coronavirus Outbreak?
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Feb 11
The Hubei province data for Tuesday says there were 1,638 confirmed new cases of coronavirus infection; compared to 2,097 on Monday and 2,618 on Sunday. On Tuesday there were also 97 deaths and 417 releases from hospital.
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Feb 11
Replying to @ChuBailiang
I came across this solitary figure. I thought he was meditating; he was absorbed in his WeChat. He seemed despondent, like quite a few residents. Staying at home and doing nothing is really draining, he said.
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Feb 11
Replying to @ChuBailiang
Wuhan can feel a little end-of-times. Still I was surprised to come across Christian evangelists in one neighborhood cheerfully handing out leaflets and painfully flimsy masks.
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