Protests Follow a Pandemic: Life Today in Hong Kong | Stories: Vivian Wang & Doris Fu | GZERO World

As the political situation in Hong Kong unravels, in other ways life is getting back to normal after the coronavirus pandemic—but there's plenty of uncertainty about what that will mean. Two residents, Vivian Wang, a New York Times correspondent, and Doris Fu, a lifelong Hongkonger, share their first-person accounts with GZERO World, explaining why overcoming the pandemic is the easy part. Fighting for democracy is another matter.

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