Community Coming Together in Shanghai’s Lockdown

Apr 06 , 2022 | COVID-19

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Shanghai, a city of 25 million people, and a global financial center, has largely retreated behind its doors in its first lockdown. We meet an American couple who are part of a neighborhood community that is making the best of the time at home — and, along the way, getting to know one another in new ways. Meanwhile, the city is supplying residents with fresh food including fish and vegetables, as well as long-lasting provisions. 



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