An aerial view of Wuhan, in China. The city at the heart of the coronavirus outbreak has a long history. Photo: Shutterstock An aerial view of Wuhan, in China. The city at the heart of the coronavirus outbreak has a long history. Photo: Shutterstock
An aerial view of Wuhan, in China. The city at the heart of the coronavirus outbreak has a long history. Photo: Shutterstock
Wee Kek Koon
Opinion

Opinion

Reflections by Wee Kek Koon

Wuhan has survived war, invasion and revolution – it will get through the coronavirus outbreak

  • The central Chinese city has become infamous, but its historical importance should not be overlooked
  • Its location at the confluence of the Yangtze and Han Rivers has long lent it economic and strategic prominence

An aerial view of Wuhan, in China. The city at the heart of the coronavirus outbreak has a long history. Photo: Shutterstock An aerial view of Wuhan, in China. The city at the heart of the coronavirus outbreak has a long history. Photo: Shutterstock
An aerial view of Wuhan, in China. The city at the heart of the coronavirus outbreak has a long history. Photo: Shutterstock
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