| Ng Han Guan / APTORONTO—Nine months ago, in early February, People’s World interviewed Lupin, a 26-year-old man from Wuhan, China.
When I spoke with Lupin on the morning of Feb. 7, China had 31,000 confirmed infections and just over 600 deaths.
“Many countries mocked the situation in China as if it will never become a ‘First World’ countries issue,” Lupin told me in March.
Life after coronavirusJust after Trump’s defeat in the U.S. election, I again spoke with Lupin about the situation in China and how life has changed for working people in Wuhan.
The difference, however, is that China has controlled the spread of the virus; the U.S. hasn’t even come close.