Podcast: Abroad in America – students discuss coronavirus stereotypes
Global Observer is excited to launch the first episode of our podcast titled Abroad in America. In Episode 1, we ask Chinese international students about their worries and the behavioral and attitude changes they face after the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Click on the link below to listen to the episode.
Explore more of the Global Observer’s coronavirus coverage, including reports on how the Wuhan lockdown challenges local business and individual’s livelihoods, fundraising efforts here in the U.S., and residents’ hopes for the return of a bustling Wuhan.
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