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‘Everyone is missing everyone’: First-person stories from Beijing

By March 15, 2020 May 22nd, 2020 No Comments

Liadán Hynes spoke to four people living in Beijing, Singaporean, Irish and Chinese, who are now almost two months into self-isolation.

In response to what we are all talking about this weekend, rogue wanted to give some sense of what we are heading into, because nothing is more terrifying than a sense of heading off into the absolute unknown. Studies even show that human beings find uncertainty more intolerable than actual negative outcomes, as such we’re grateful to our interviewees for sharing their insights in these unprecedented times.

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