Zinnia Lee

Zinnia Lee

Video production assistant 

Zinnia is a contributor to Inkstone. She is a production assistant for the South China Morning Post.

Location
Hong Kong
Language spoken
English, Mandarin, Cantonese
Areas of Expertise
Video editing
Dancing in the time of coronavirus
Medical workers in protective clothing danced with quarantined patients in a temporary hospital in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak.
Dancing in the time of coronavirus
Hotel staff exercises daily to fend off virus
Staff in one of the few hotels still open in Wuhan, the central Chinese city at the center of the coronavirus outbreak that has claimed at least 300 lives in China, has been engaging in daily group exercise to stay fit.
Hotel staff exercises daily to fend off virus
Fear, and pride, for those building new coronavirus hospital in China
Felicity Feng, a Canadian visiting her parents in Wuhan over the Lunar New Year holiday, was caught up in the deadly coronavirus outbreak and the lockdown. Feng said her father was one of the project managers overseeing the construction of a new hospital for coronavirus patients.  Feng said she is worried about her father’s situation but is also glad that her family can contribute to the fight against the disease. 
Fear, and pride, for those building new coronavirus hospital in China
Jetmen push boundaries in the skies above China
Daredevil “jetmen” jumped out of a plane with small jet engines strapped to their backs for a stunt flight over the dramatic scenery of Zhangjiajie, in China’s central province of Hunan. For their flight on November 14, 2019, they used carbon fiber wings with attached jetpacks to zip around at speeds up to 250mph. The demonstration was part of Expo 2020 Dubai’s “Mission: Human Flight” program, which aims to develop equipment that ultimately allows “fully autonomous human flight.”
Jetmen push boundaries in the skies above China
Welcome to China’s ‘Valley of the Cats’
Located on the Tibetan plateau, Namsei Township in China’s Yushu Prefecture, Qinghai province is home to endangered species including snow leopards.  The big felines have earned the district the name “Valley of the Cats."  It is inside Sanjiangyuan Park, one of the first wildlife areas to be included in China’s new national park system. 
Welcome to China’s ‘Valley of the Cats’