When asked how the Chinese author Fang Fang just leaves, responds to her translator Michael Kahn-Ackermann. He himself lives in China and has telephone contact with her and writes with her via the Internet. "It's Fang Fang, as someone who has to deal with slander, death threats, obscene remarks, untrue rumors day after day," he replied to our editorial staff. Despite the situation, Fang Fang said he was unbroken. But she also doesn't want to comment publicly at the moment out of an abundance of caution.
Writer Fang Fang has written the book of the hour. "Wuhan Diary: Diary from a Locked Down City.", this are 60 diary entries that vividly describe how life in the because of the Coronavirus sealed off city was. No one was allowed to go there or leave, there was no way to report from there. The virus broke out in Wuhan for the first time, much is still uncertain about its origins and trajectory. Fang Fang's book, now being published around the world, is an important look from the inside that helps Corona Pandemic and to better understand its political and private consequences.