Wuhan Coronavirus

Li WenLiang Chinese doctor who sounded alarm on Coronavirus dead from disease

https://nypost.com/2020/02/06/li-wenliang-chinese-doctor-who-sounded-alarm-on-coronavirus-dead-from-disease-at-34/?fbclid=IwAR1jiixPa5nDzmfqGKtU9bmcYONwfgNz8Bxfc6d3mj3YVJEcTz2RbGN2va8

In life, he was China’s coronavirus hero. In death, he’s a symbol of outrage

https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2020/02/06/this-doctor-was-chinas-coronavirus-whistleblower-his-death-has-become-a-symbol-of-a-countrys-outrage.html?fbclid=IwAR0dyL_2jZbV_CM8FNAC9ICVEG1ywUJId-DRWQ42csbUUpi8bkmEe8RZpi4

Coronavirus: China launches investigation after death of whistleblower doctor sparks anger

https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/east-asia/coronavirus-chinese-public-mourns-rages-over-death-of-doctor-who-raised-early-alarm?fbclid=IwAR2jq_C8ufTJPGGTILIKGoCOkosGcB0pRxz0PYeaTgvxXQLBa1_9UfqnhgM

Whistleblower doctor Li Wenliang, who was censored after sounding the alarm about the coronavirus, has died in Wuhan

https://www.businessinsider.com/coronavirus-whistleblower-doctor-li-wenliang-in-critical-condition-2020-2?IR=T

https://www.facebook.com/groups/519551965283530/permalink/627257191179673/

#IWANTFREEDOMOFSPEECH #我要言論自由

Badiucao 巴丢草’s portrait of Dr Li Wenliang, one of the doctors who raised the alarm about the #CoronavirusOutbreak in China. The police made Li sign an ‘official letter of criticism’ and chastised him for ‘making untrue comments’ that had ‘severely disturbed the social order’. As of now, at least 636 people in China have died of #coronavirus, while the number of confirmed cases has risen to over 31,000.

Dr Li died from the disease on Friday 7 February 2020.

Badiucao’s art portrays the stifled scream of truth. On the internet (Weibo particularly), people are using the hashtag #IWantFreedomOfSpeech (#我要言論自由).

They Documented the Coronavirus Crisis in Wuhan. Then They Vanished.

Two video bloggers whose dispatches from the heart of the outbreak showed fear, grief and dissatisfaction with the government have gone silent.

Meet the Chinese crowdsourcers fighting coronavirus censorship

Faced with information suppression and untrustworthy news, citizens in China and Hong Kong do their best to chronicle the coronavirus outbreak and sift fact from fiction.

https://www.technologyreview.com/s/615124/coronavirus-china-wuhan-hong-kong-misinformation-censorship/?fbclid=IwAR3OpJdOnJOMHeX-Dd-Cc4VVJIu2s5_megAGTlUJ95y-xgTksSAfJ8EfxcY

The night, After Doctor Li Wenliang passed away

「吹哨人死了,但我們要把哨子保護好。」
”The whistleblower is dead, but we need to protect the whistle.”


「我只希望,到那時候,哨聲會被聽見。」
“I only wish that, the sound of whistle will be heard when the time comes.”

https://www.hkalleys.org/doctorliwenliang?fbclid=IwAR1JqX7eK4TzznniQ4R_WGNT9BoHu3JAqZ9wEpjz1VEX2pz5FmP-9ssZq_s

Coronavirus whistleblower doctor dies, sparking outpouring — and censorship — on social media

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/02/07/hashtag-censored-after-coronavirus-whistleblower-doctors-death.html?__source=twitter

Li Wenliang: Coronavirus kills Chinese whistleblower doctor

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-51403795

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