A visitor pays tribute to Dr Li Wenliang at Li’s hospital in Wuhan, in central China’s Hubei province, on February 7 last year. Li, 34, died earlier that day after contracting the novel coronavirus while treating patients. Photo: TNS A visitor pays tribute to Dr Li Wenliang at Li’s hospital in Wuhan, in central China’s Hubei province, on February 7 last year. Li, 34, died earlier that day after contracting the novel coronavirus while treating patients. Photo: TNS
A visitor pays tribute to Dr Li Wenliang at Li’s hospital in Wuhan, in central China’s Hubei province, on February 7 last year. Li, 34, died earlier that day after contracting the novel coronavirus while treating patients. Photo: TNS

Letters | Covid-19 and China’s Li Wenliang: memories offer a reminder of what unites humanity

  • Focusing on our differences only feeds the blame game. It is better to connect through empathy and sympathy

Topic |   Coronavirus China
A visitor pays tribute to Dr Li Wenliang at Li’s hospital in Wuhan, in central China’s Hubei province, on February 7 last year. Li, 34, died earlier that day after contracting the novel coronavirus while treating patients. Photo: TNS A visitor pays tribute to Dr Li Wenliang at Li’s hospital in Wuhan, in central China’s Hubei province, on February 7 last year. Li, 34, died earlier that day after contracting the novel coronavirus while treating patients. Photo: TNS
A visitor pays tribute to Dr Li Wenliang at Li’s hospital in Wuhan, in central China’s Hubei province, on February 7 last year. Li, 34, died earlier that day after contracting the novel coronavirus while treating patients. Photo: TNS
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