Diana Chan

Diana Chan

Diana Chan is a video journalist and documentary filmmaker from Hong Kong. Currently based in New York City, she is interested in stories about politics and social justice.

Language spoken
English
Wuhan’s winter swimmers back after Covid-19
Unshaken by the winter chill, dozens of swimmers in Wuhan, China, are plunging into the Yangtze River in a tradition that was made famous by Mao Zedong, founder of communist China. About a year ago, Wuhan was the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, but the city has emerged from its long lockdown and the bracing dips are one-way residents are returning to their routines.
Rare ice disc on Chinese river
An ice disc was found spinning on the surface of the Taoer River in Ulanhot city of north China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, a result of extremely cold conditions. It’s a rare natural phenomenon that normally appears in Canada or the North Pole.
Indoor ski parks on the rise in China
The Shaoxing Qiaobo Snow And Ice World indoor ski park in China’s eastern province of Zhejiang is enjoying growing popularity ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics, which will be hosted by Beijing.
Three Gorges Dam faces severe floods
China’s Three Gorges Dam is facing record levels of flooding because the Yangtze River, which passes through the dam, has flooded several times this year already amid heavy rains. The waterway’s lower reaches are still recovering from heavy flooding in July that affected a large part of southeastern China.