2.3 Call for Conscience – Chapter 2 Letters on Epidemic

2.3 Call for Conscience – Chapter 2 Letters on Epidemic

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Book title: Battling the Virus: Witnessing China Combating COVID-19
Series name: Transcultural experiences with ‘three eyes’ series Vol. 5
Series Editors: Lixing Chen and Xiangqun Chang
Editor: LIU Li
Language: English and Chinese
Numbers of page: 220
Colour: Colour
Publisher: London: Global Century Press; Nanchang: Jiangxi Education Publishing House
Publishing date: 2020
Product Dimensions: 17 x 24 cm
ISBN 978-1-910334-91-1 (English paperback); ISBN 978-1-910334-90-4 (Chinese paperback)
Price: Paperback £30.99; E-version £20.99; Single chapter £10.00; Dual language information £0.00

There are many moving people and stories in the fight against the epidemic. Medical workers volunteered to return to work, some of whom even had their long hair shaved for the convenience of wearing protective clothing. Policemen in Wuhan are working day and night to guard the city. Employees of many enterprises across the country returned to their posts to produce masks during the Spring Festival instead of staying with their families. Overseas Chinese carried a large number of masks back to donate to the epidemic area. Ordinary people across the country donated money and supplies and delivered vegetables and fruits to Wuhan to address the everyday needs of local people. Volunteers from all works of life drove medical workers to hospitals when public transportation shut down in Wuhan. Villagers from Wenchuan County of Sichuan Province drove for 36 hours to transport 100 tons of vegetable to Wuhan. Countless warming stories are happening every day in China, in Wuhan and around us. Every time I think of these, I will be moved to tears. I know, numerous people are standing behind us to combat the virus with quiet actions.

By Patric Sadi (Democratic Republic of the Congo)

DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/TETE5.en.2020.2.3 Crossref

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About the author 
Patric Sadi, a native of Congo, is a doctoral student of English Literature major (translation direction) at the Central China Normal University (CCNU). He was the leader of CCNU “Foreign Lei Feng” volunteer service team and has repeatedly won the title of outstanding volunteers. In 2019, he won the award for “Yu Si Xue Zi” graduates of the School of Foreign Languages of CCNU and the CCNU Principal Award. In the same year, he published his fiction Fate or Coincidence on the Amazon.

About the editor
Professor Liu Li is President of Beijing Language and Culture University and specializes in the teaching and research of ancient Chinese, Chinese grammar and history of Chinese grammar and vocabulary. He is the author of the following books: Selected Notes of Mozi (2008), Zuo Zhuan Annotation (2007), Revised Edition of Tang Articles (2002), Research on Pre-Qin Chinese Auxiliary Verbs (2000), General Principles of Chinese Grammar (1999), Answers to Phonology (1998), Understanding Texts and Words (1991), and over 50 journal articles.

About the book series
This is the fifth book in the Transcultural Experiences with ‘Three Eyes’ book series, edited jointly by Lixing Chen, Professor of Sociology, Kwansei Gakuin University, and former President of Japan-China Sociological Society, Japan and Xiangqun Chang, President of Global China Academy and Honorary Professor of University College London, UK. It is published by Global Century Press from 2017.

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This book is published jointly by Global Century Press (GCP) and Jiangxi Education Publishing House (JXEPH). GCP is a UK-based publisher dedicated to publishing social scientific and humanities academic and popular books bilingually in a global context. Founded in 1985, JXEPH is one of China’s leading education publishing houses. JXEPH is familiar to millions through a diverse publishing program that includes scholarly works in all academic disciplines, school and college textbooks, workbooks, materials for teaching Chinese as a foreign language, dictionaries and reference books, literary works, children’s books and periodicals.

This book is edited by Professor LIU Li and written by 20 non-Chinese friends in China.

Contents

Preface
General Preface by Lixing Chen and Xiangqun Chang
Preface
Chapter 1 COVID-19 outbreak in my eyes
1.1 Blessings from Ambassadors to China
1.2 Fighting Epidemic, Against the Common Enemy of All Mankind by Leela Mani Paudyal (Nepal)
1.3 China’s Super high Speed of Building the Huoshenshan Hospital by Jawad Ahmed (Pakistan)
Chapter 2 Letters on Epidemic  
2.1 The Sun Always Shines After the Rain by Ennis (Tunisia)
2.2 This is Also My Fight by Felicia Nina Gherman (Romania)
2.3 Call for Conscience by Patric Sadi (Democratic Republic of the Congo)
2.4 I’m Fine in Wuhan by Edward Gawne (UK)
2.5 Let Me Record This Disaster by Mark Levine (USA)
2.6 A Friend in Need Is a Friend Indeed by WU Baoqiang (Cambodia)
2.7 Moving Ahead Together, No Matter Rain or Shine by Bushra Naz (Pakistan)
2.8 China, I’m with You by Malone (Afghanistan)
2.9 Becoming Part of China’s Fight Against the Epidemic by Zihan Zhang (Italy)
Chapter 3 True friendship in the time of epidemic 
3.1 My Application for Fighting the COVID-19 in China by Glele Aho Letonhan R.G (The Republic of Benin)
3.2 Viruses Can Never Keep Away Love by Mohadeseh Barzegar Bafrouei (Iran)
3.3 Let’s Tell the World What We Experienced by WANG Xiao (Egypt)
3.4 Be an Anti-epidemic Volunteer By Muhammad Sultan Irshad (Pakistan)
3.5 Combating COVID-19: My Own Story By Camilo Restrepo (Colombia)
3.6 Don’t Believe Rumours! By Muhammad Hassan (Sudan)
3.7 Fighting Against Virus in Love City by Sriyani (Sri Lanka)
3.8 Stay Strong, Wuhan! By Kiran Gautam (Nepal)
3.9 China’s Spirit in Fighting Against COVID-19 by Ehizuelen Michael Mitchell Omoruyi (South African)
3.10 Victory Must Be Yours by Ekaterina Kryukova (Russia)
Dual language additions from Global Century Press
1 About the book
1.1 Abstract and the author
1.2 Table of contents
1.3 About the book series and other books in this series
2 More from Global Century Press
2.1 GCP style rules for rendering Chinese-English dual languages
2.2 GCP style rules for Chinese names
2.3 Examples of other book series
2.4 Journals and periodicals