Beijinger Rex Yang (left) and his nephew George Yang enjoy some time together on the beach in the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean. The family arrived in January, intending to stay two weeks, but are stuck there.Beijinger Rex Yang (left) and his nephew George Yang enjoy some time together on the beach in the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean. The family arrived in January, intending to stay two weeks, but are stuck there.
Beijinger Rex Yang (left) and his nephew George Yang enjoy some time together on the beach in the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean. The family arrived in January, intending to stay two weeks, but are stuck there.

Coronavirus: Chinese family stranded in Seychelles paradise become social media stars as their lockdown story goes viral

  • After flights were grounded because of Covid-19, Beijinger Rex Yang and his family were left stuck in the Indian Ocean paradise of the Seychelles
  • Yang’s daily video diary of his family’s exploits has been a hit on social media in China, and is helping promote the holiday destination

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Beijinger Rex Yang (left) and his nephew George Yang enjoy some time together on the beach in the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean. The family arrived in January, intending to stay two weeks, but are stuck there.Beijinger Rex Yang (left) and his nephew George Yang enjoy some time together on the beach in the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean. The family arrived in January, intending to stay two weeks, but are stuck there.
Beijinger Rex Yang (left) and his nephew George Yang enjoy some time together on the beach in the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean. The family arrived in January, intending to stay two weeks, but are stuck there.
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