The Right to Remember: Struggles of Chinese Netizens during the COVID-19 Lockdown

Article by Jenny Zheng Abstract Since the government of China controls the society in every aspect, it has put great effort in rewriting history through propaganda and censorship while facing the crisis during the COVID-19 lockdown. Known as the person who blew the whistle, Li Wenliang, an ophthalmologist at Wuhan …

The Digital Face of South Korean Feminism

Article by Katarzyna Szpargala. Abstract: In recent years, women and feminists have been using the Internet and social media as channels for mobilization. The feminist activism is now visible in offline and online spheres; however, the same can be observed for misogynistic attitudes. For a few years now, South Korean …

The Reaction of the Government, Social Media and Citizens in the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Lesson from Vietnam

Article by Nguyen Thi Trang. Abstract: In December 2019, novel coronavirus broke out in China; it was predicted that Vietnam would suffer serious infection rates during this pandemic. However, the country has written its own exceptional story with only 332 infected cases so far in its territory and no deaths. …