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3 perspectives on life after lockdown in Shanghai

The crisis feels far from over for many Chinese citizens. Image: Unsplash/Macau Photo Agency

Ni Dandan

Senior Reporter, Sixth Tone

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A notice on a chair saying, “Please don’t enter and call for nurses” inside the in-patient department of the Shanghai Cancer Center’s Pudong site, in Shanghai, March 2020. Image: Courtesy of Bao Wei
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Shanghai primary school teacher Shen Dongmei communicates with her students on messaging app Xiaoheiban, in Shanghai, March 16, 2020. Image: Courtesy of Shen Dongmei
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A mother calls beside a road in Shanghai, Feb. 27, 2020. Image: Wu Huiyuan/Sixth Tone
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Bao Wei’s mother, after undergoing surgery Thursday, has started walking along the hospital’s corridor for exercise, in Shanghai, March 2020. Image: Courtesy of Bao Wei
Bao Wei, Shanghai resident
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A family rides a scooter in Shanghai, Feb. 12, 2020. Image: Shi Yangkun/Sixth Tone
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