The Blame Game from China to the World

Essay by Juntong Liu Abstract:: This is an essay focusing on the blaming victims during Covid-19. My research question is how and why blaming victims exists during the pandemic. Covid-19 is originated in Wuhan, China and was found in December 2019. This virus can be fatal, and it has a fast rate for spreading. The... Continue Reading →

For my Ayi

Short film by Jiaao Liu https://youtu.be/8uZSDamlt_A This video is made for my ayi (caregiver), Bai, to understand how she views the inequality and how she think it should be solved. The audio is based on several interviews with Bai held in my home in Beijing, during the Coronavirus outbreak. She believes education is the most... Continue Reading →

The World After Coronvirus

By Yuan Shu During quarantine, people are finding difficulty in finding something or someone to support them and keep them company. While people may have thought that the quarantine could potentially open time for spending moments with our partner, extended time together could also lead to conflict. Eventually, some people divorce to conclude the conflict.... Continue Reading →

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