Coronavirus outbreak: the view from China | In Focus podcast

Updated - February 22, 2020 07:16 pm IST

Published - February 14, 2020 08:46 pm IST

The Hindu 's former China Correspondent Ananth Krishnan was on holiday there for two weeks during the height of the scare around the Novel Coronavirus outbreak. He describes how life came to a standstill in Beijing and how people began to blame the government for their handling of the issue, and the economic and political challenges now being faced by President Xi Jinping in the aftermath.

Guest:  Ananth Krishnan , former China Correspondent,  The Hindu

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