‘Writing a will is not the end. It marks a new beginning,’ said one applicant. Photo: Tom Leung ‘Writing a will is not the end. It marks a new beginning,’ said one applicant. Photo: Tom Leung
‘Writing a will is not the end. It marks a new beginning,’ said one applicant. Photo: Tom Leung

Coronavirus pandemic pushes more young Chinese people to write wills

  • The coronavirus prompted many more young Chinese to think about their affairs in case of death, report reveals
  • Will preparation remains a taboo subject for many in China due to a societal aversion towards discussions about death

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
‘Writing a will is not the end. It marks a new beginning,’ said one applicant. Photo: Tom Leung ‘Writing a will is not the end. It marks a new beginning,’ said one applicant. Photo: Tom Leung
‘Writing a will is not the end. It marks a new beginning,’ said one applicant. Photo: Tom Leung
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