Wuhan Lockdown: The Diary of a Community Worker during the Covid-19 Pandemic (Paperback)
Hulu in the Wind's diary of "Wuhan Lockdown" opens a window into the actual situation in Wuhan for overseas Chinese. Hulu in the Wind was on the front lines of the Pandemic himself, traveling through the streets of Wuhan as a community service worker and documenting his experiences. In his diary, Hulu in the Wind describes both the anxiety and helplessness of ordinary people in society. It is also a record of the confusion and mismanagement of government. The community, which is supposed to be the grassroots self-governing organization in China, had reluctantly assumed the primary responsibility for social assistance during the Pandemic. China's state-wide system of fighting the Pandemic was supported by community service center workers who had no power and no money. Behind the so-called "efficient" state-wide system were the people's heartache, blood and tears, and the secondary disasters after the Pandemic.