Planet B solidarity in coronavirus fight

Amy Niu Cherry Zhou Danielle Liu
The platform is a world where young people can express their thoughts on global issues in a range of forms, and this time the key word is the novel coronavirus.
Amy Niu Cherry Zhou Danielle Liu
Edited by Zhou Shengjie. Subtitles by Wang Xinzhou and Andy Boreham.

Welcome to Planet B! People used to tell us, “There is no Planet B.” We agree, we don’t have another planet physically, but mentally? That’s a whole new concept. Now, why does this platform have the Planet B name?

The platform got its name because children generally have no say on important matters. On Planet B, that’s going to change. To us, this is a world where young people can express their thoughts on global issues in a range of forms. This month, Planet B will focus on the latest hot topic: coronavirus. This affects every one in China, especially. School is going to be delayed, which means children in China will have to take online education. All flights have stopped and the economy is heavily affected. What do you think about this? There is a bright side to the crisis though. People from all over the world have been sending all sorts of protection tools: masks, gloves and goggles, etc. Some countries have even sent an antidote to the virus, showing China is not alone in fighting the epidemic.

On this issue, we want everyone to fight against coronavirus, fight for humanity and protect our planet. We live on the same soil, same mother earth. Let’s unite together!

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