NYU Shanghai professor, Rodrigo Zeidan, details his experience with the city’s Covid-19 lockdown and ongoing food shortages.
FILE – A delivery man passes by barriers set up to lock down a community in Shanghai, China, on March 30, 2022. Residents of Shanghai are struggling to get meat, rice and other food supplies under anti-coronavirus controls that confine most of its 25 million people in their homes, fueling frustration as the government tries to contain a spreading outbreak.(AP Photo/Chen Si, File)
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