This course introduces China's latest social developments as well as Chinese people's daily lives. This will help reflect the current Chinese society's sentiments, and provides you with a new perspective on understanding China.
When did COVID-19 occur in China? How did the government treat it? What happened during the days when Wuhan was under lockdown? How did the people spend their time at home? What aid from the country and the world? How did 1.4 billion people fight against the epidemic? How can China’s experience help with the rest of the world? How the sacrifice of medical and nursing staff and others needs to be remembered, this will be a sad yet interesting course for those interested. [This course only supports Skype class]
|Section 1||What is COVID-19a timeline of the COVID-19 epidemic in ChinaThe initial situation and cause analysis in ChinaComparison of COVID-19, SARS and H1N1
How to prevent epidemics
|Section 2||China's national management in response to the epidemic (7 major methods)Closing public places and encouraging work from home and studing at homeBuilding a shelter hospitalWuhan city closureMedical institution's action to support Wuhan|
|Section 3||The ugly face of humanity before disasterThe glory of humanity before disasterChina's support to the world after China's epidemic has stabilizedSummary of experiences of China's battle against the epidemicFacing the future, preparations for any epidemic|
• Something learners can read and listen to
• Interesting and in-depth
• Can answer people's questions about the epidemic in China
• HSK 6 or above
• Learners who want to understand the epidemic in China
If you are not sure of your level, you are welcome to make an appointment in order to determine the appropriate course suited for you.