A coronavirus-themed parody of Natalie Imbruglia’s Torn has become an online sensation, hitting a note with people affected by the outbreak.
Kathy Mak, the Hong Kong singer behind the hit, speaks about what inspired her hilarious performance.
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.
A man from eastern China’s Jiangsu province was filmed dancing enthusiastically at his doorstep, celebrating the end of his 14-day self-quarantine. He commemorated it by going for a run and playing soccer.
A man in eastern China’s Zhejiang province held a “concert” from his apartment’s balcony, in a bid to cheer up neighbors who have been staying indoors amid the coronavirus outbreak that has swept the country.