Gary Liu: What the world can learn from China’s response to the coronavirus

Gary Liu: What the world can learn from China’s response to the coronavirus

From Hong Kong, South China Morning Post CEO Gary Liu tracks China’s response to the coronavirus pandemic — from the initial outbreak in Wuhan to the shutdown of Hubei province and the containment measures taken across its major cities. Sharing insights into how the culture in places like Hong Kong and South Korea contributed to fast action against the virus, Liu identifies lessons people across the world can use to stop its spread. (This virtual conversation is part of the TED Connects series, hosted by head of TED Chris Anderson and current affairs curator Whitney Pennington Rodgers.)

PUBLISH DATE: March 25, 2020

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