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Zooming In with Simone Gao

Apr 28, 2020

Where is the U.S. at the curve right now? How would testing make a difference? Will China have a resurgence? Simone discussed these questions with Eric Feigl Ding, Visiting Scientist in the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.He is also the Chief Health Economist for...


Apr 27, 2020

In this debut episode of Zooming In Glance, a new format that we are trying out, we will focus on the Chinese Communist Party’s, or CCP’s, intentional cover-up. The CCP’s under-reporting and delays of information has caused the current worldwide outbreak. In this program, we break down the series of critical...


Apr 26, 2020

Before the outbreak began, the global supply chain discussion was purely about economics. Four months into the outbreak, the same discussion now points to only one thing: Does the supply chain dependence pose a national security threat? If China cuts its supply today, in how long would the US be unable to buy...


Apr 17, 2020

Both America and the world have been reliant on China’s numbers for establishing models for the pandemic. But just how reliable are these numbers? Caixin wrote on multiple days, trucks delivered 2,500 urns to a government-run funeral home. There are 8 funeral homes in Wuhan. However, the total official death toll in...


Apr 6, 2020

At CPAC 2020, Sean Spicer, former White House Press Secretary and White House Communications Director under President Donald Trump told Simone what it was like to work with the president. He said with Trump, what you see is what you get, you always know where you stand with the president. He also said President...