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Q: How are you feeling? Life is almost back to normal in China :D

It's super awesome to see the sun shining and people much more relaxed! How is everyone feeling? Laughing out loud

19 weeks 4 days ago in  General  - China

 
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But they say you should be on top watch when everyone is relaxed and relax a bit when everyone is on top watch.

 

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Many industries are taking a full blown hit. Manufacturing, import/export, service industries what not. Small businesses went brankrupt. College graduates, a few millions of them, be like, s**t, no job!

 

Meanwhile a lot of good changes though. You realize simple living is not bad... If you sign up for some volunteering work you meet lots of people with big hearts. During the days with my gym closed, I ended up learning free resistence training and got a better toned body. 

 

 

Gotta still enjoy the sun. Time to lend a hand to other countries, too.

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But they say you should be on top watch when everyone is relaxed and relax a bit when everyone is on top watch.

 

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Many industries are taking a full blown hit. Manufacturing, import/export, service industries what not. Small businesses went brankrupt. College graduates, a few millions of them, be like, s**t, no job!

 

Meanwhile a lot of good changes though. You realize simple living is not bad... If you sign up for some volunteering work you meet lots of people with big hearts. During the days with my gym closed, I ended up learning free resistence training and got a better toned body. 

 

 

Gotta still enjoy the sun. Time to lend a hand to other countries, too.

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One shouldn't go overboard with appreciating ... 

 

In Stunning Show Of Hypocrisy, China Shuts All Borders To Foreigners Over Virus Fears

China has decided to suspend the entry of foreigners with currently valid visas and residence permits in China ...

 

Thu, 03/26/2020 - 11:40

Two months ago, as deaths from China's virus were rapidly escalating and spreading across the nation, Beijing expressed outrage at the measures enacted by the global community to limit the spread of the deadly virus, saying they went way beyond standards accepted worldwide.

Specifically,  Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that Beijing "does not agree with the approach adopted by individual countries to create tension or even panic" by closing borders, trade, and flights to and from China. 

WHO boss Tedros also piled on - saying these flight bans and border closures were racist.

  

And of course, AOC and the extreme left also chimed in on the 'racist' OrangeManBad in The White House and his (now clearly life-saving) Chinese flight bans.

But now, as China claims it has its domestic outbreak under control and that the new cases are ONLY from foreigners, and in a stunning piece of total and utter hypocrisy, they have decided to... Suspend entry of all foreigners' entry to China:

 

Double standards ..., not 'hypocrisy' ...

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https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/hubei-residents-riot-after-quaran...

 

Hubei Residents Riot After Quarantine Lifted; Police Beaten With Their Own Shield, Cop Cars Overturned

Residents of Hubei province in China teamed up with their local police force to battle the police from neighboring Jiangxi province - who set up a roadblock on the Yangtze River Bridge to prevent the people of Hubei from crossing and returning to work.

Footage of Hubei residents overturning Jingxi police vehicles was captured and uploaded to Chinese social media - where Chinese authorities have reportedly already scrubbed it.

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