China's 'Iron House': Struggling Over Silence on Coronavirus | RealClearPolitics

China's 'Iron House': Struggling Over Silence on Coronavirus

Long before Lu Xun, the author and poet, became a father of modern Chinese literature, he wanted to be a physician. In 1904, he entered medical school in Japan. “A glorious future unfurled in my mind,” he recalled, “in which I would return to my homeland after graduation and set about medicating its suffering sick.”

 

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