Hello and welcome to the 6-7th issue of Beijing Review.
(Cover Photo: XINHUA)
An All-Out War describes how the battle against the novel coronavirus pneumonia is not only being fought courageously by medical workers at the frontline but also by everyone else in China. For a majority of people, it is a silent war inside their homes or behind masks.
Britain After Brexit highlights how the UK’s exit from the EU has aroused a depth of emotion. For every person rejoicing that they have gotten their country back, there are as many who are angry that they have lost theirs.
Lost in Russia, Found on the Internet looks at the Spring Festival film release of Lost in Russia, an idea that "came out of the reality that many Chinese people are trapped in the controlling love of their mothers."
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