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[Japon] The Independent Investigation Commission on the Japanese Government’s Response to COVID-19: Report on Best Practices and Lessons Learned

The Independent Investigation Commission on the Japanese Government’s Response to COVID-19”, established by Tokyo-based think tank “Asia Pacific Initiative (API)”, has led an investigation into the Japanese government’s response to COVID-19. A book containing the investigation’s results, “The Independent Investigation Commission on the Japanese Government’s Response to COVID-19: Report on Best Practices and Lessons Learned”, will be published

Chine, le paradoxe de Wuhan ARTE Reportage 0

[Chine] Chine, le paradoxe de Wuhan | ARTE Reportage

Qui connaissait Wuhan il y a quelques mois ? Grand comme New-York, ce port industriel et francophile sur le fleuve Yangtsé, berceau de l’épidémie de Covid-19, ignorait le monde, tout comme le monde l’ignorait. Et puis, en cours d’année, Wuhan est devenu synonyme de pandémie, engendrant la peur à l’échelle mondiale.

Medical workers treat Covid-19 patient Zhang Lifa, father of Zhang Hai, on January 30 at a hospital in Wuhan. Zhang Hai has emerged as a vocal advocate and spokesman for families of virus victims. © AFP/Zhang Hai 0

[Chine] ‘I can never be happy again’: grieving Wuhan families say China is blocking coronavirus lawsuits

– Relatives of people who died from Covid-19 claim cases have been abruptly rejected and some have faced pressure from the authorities not to file

– They accuse the Wuhan and Hubei governments of concealing the outbreak when it first emerged, not alerting the public and bungling the response

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[Japon] A costly waiting game for inbound foreign workers

Businesses say current border restrictions are affecting their bottom lines
Fukuoka – Canadian Ken Boisjoly-Moreau and his girlfriend traveled to Japan four times over the course of two years, “fell in love” with the country and started studying Japanese. The pieces were falling into place to fulfill their goal of living in Japan when Boisjoly-Moreau was offered a job at a multinational company’s Japanese subsidiary. It was a win for his employer as well, as people with his specialty in cybersecurity are hard to find in Japan, and the company had been looking for someone to fill the position for over a year and a half.

During the lockdown, the Chinese government never trusted people to set the terms of their own behavior, but it depended heavily on their willingness to work hard for various organizations that fought the coronavirus. © Zhang Kechun for The New Yorker 0

[Chine] How China Controlled the Coronavirus : Teaching and learning in Sichuan during the pandemic

Afew days before my return to classroom teaching at Sichuan University, I was biking across a deserted stretch of campus when I encountered a robot. The blocky machine stood about chest-high, on four wheels, not quite as long as a golf cart. In front was a T-shaped device that appeared to be some kind of sensor. The robot rolled past me, its electric motor humming. I turned around and tailed the thing at a distance of fifteen feet.

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