Watching my family confront coronavirus on two continents
As my cousin nursed patients near Wuhan, my parents in the U.S. saw their adopted country become the epicentre. "'Chinese people can eat bitter,' she said, using a common phrase for enduring hardship. "I feel calm. In the health-care field, you experience so much death and birth. I don't feel extremely happy or extremely sad." Selina Wang, writing in Bloomberg Businessweek, shares this story.
From Bloomberg Businessweek