Wuhan stories are real stories, emotions and feelings about us as human beings, regardless of races, nationalities or languages. We translate real stories from original Chinese texts to English. In doing this, we hope to offer a window for you to experience the happy, sad, desperate, heart-breaking, touching, exhausted moments during COVID19.


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Volunteers in Wuhan: We Are All Contributing to This City in Our Own Ways

Since Chinese New Year’s Eve, Xu Hezhang has been leaving home at 9am every morning and returning home 14 hours later at 1 am the next morning. He drives his own car to deliver over 100 boxes of supplies weighing over one ton to hospitals in Wuhan combating the novel coronavirus epidemic. “My car travels […]

Fates of Chicks during Coronavirus Outbreak (Part I)

Since Chinese New Year’s Eve, Xu Hezhang has been leaving home at 9am every morning and returning home 14 hours later at 1 am the next morning. He drives his own car to deliver over 100 boxes of supplies weighing over one ton to hospitals in Wuhan combating the novel coronavirus epidemic. ❶“The first move […]


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