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Apr 28 • 7 tweets • 4 min read
HOME IN THE #US FOR FIRST TIME IN 2.5 YEARS 🙌 Yes, I will return to #Beijing, but for now I’m gonna relish being in the land of the free, home of the brave 🇺🇸🤣 This thread will be occasional musings about re-entry into my own country which has changed dramatically in this time
First: Dunkin’ Donuts now serves #avocado toast. When did this happen??? 🤷🏻♀️
Mar 8, 2021 • 10 tweets • 7 min read
Lots has happened in the 2 yrs since a controversial extradition proposal brought millions of #HongKong people to the streets. Explore how much has changed & what next with @Telegraph@TelegraphWorld's series, "Future of Hong Kong"
1 | #HongKong’s vigorous legal profession is finding itself increasingly forced to adapt to a communist concept of governance and justice under increasing mainland Chinese control. By @niccijsmithtelegraph.co.uk/news/2021/03/0…
#Wuhan postcard: Kite-flying, #cat on leash smelling 🌸, city skyline along the #Yangtze, and #socialdistancing to the max 🐶🐯 #coronavirus#China
More #Wuhan postcards: Entrance to Carrefour; makeshift takeout window through metal barrier; makeshift barrier, period - everything plus the kitchen sink; #Communist Party disaster relief tent (these are still everywhere)
Jan 26, 2020 • 10 tweets • 7 min read
#Wuhan resident Chen Min, 65, died within 10 days of developing fever, cough. Docs never tested her for #coronavirus. She's not incl in official govt count of 56 dead & suggests scale of problem is *far* greater than #China has acknowledged telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/01/2…@Telegraph@Telegraph To be clear: Her symptoms were consistent w the new virus infection though docs at 3 hospitals in #Wuhan kept sending her home w basic cold meds, even when a CT scan showed shadows in her lungs – not enough beds. She was finally placed in isolation Jan 15 & died 6 hours later
Nov 13, 2018 • 31 tweets • 6 min read
Life in #China — a little tale of how this country deals with problems like squabbling children: I move into a new apt to discover upset neighbors who pay a visit to scream unintelligibly at me.
I finally figure out that they think the electric ac/heat in my unit is creating much noise in theirs. I learn this was a previous issue that the prop mgmt company I’m renting through failed to resolve.