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
Toilet roll cakes save bakery during lockdown
A bakery in Finland is providing a bit of comic relief in spite of the pandemic by offering homebound customers some cakes that resemble toilet rolls. Inspired by a round of panic buying of toilet paper in March 2020, the novelty items have been enough of a hit to save the shop from financial ruin after business dried up because of lockdowns to fight the spread of the coronavirus.
Tent hospital erected in Central Park as coronavirus deaths mount
As deaths from the coronavirus mount in New York City, a temporary field hospital has been built in Central Park to help ease the burden on local hospitals. Covid-19 cases continue to surge in the city, with the death toll surpassing 900 on Monday, March 30. Dr Anthony Fauci, the director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has estimated that about 200,000 Americans could die from the pandemic. US President Donald Trump has extended stay-at-home guidelines for the nation to the end of April. 
Mr Bean impersonator woos China
British actor Nigel Dixon is trying to calm frayed nerves in the central Chinese city of Wuhan with his online social media miniseries Mr Pea. The 53-year-old, who does an impersonation of British sitcom character Mr Bean, traveled to the region at the epicenter of the coronavirus epidemic in early January. He refused to leave Wuhan even as it went into lockdown, saying he worried that he could spread the virus and that he wanted to show support to the people in China.
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.
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.