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A Series Of Simple Illustrations About Coronavirus And Safety Measures From The Chinese Artist

According to Lucci Lugee Liyeung: “This set of health education illustrations amidst the recent coronavirus outbreak is in the form of a series of one-page lessons by cute animal doctors.

It has been very well received in Asia, particularly in Hong Kong and Taiwan. The original version is in traditional Chinese and English, and it has been translated into many languages including Japanese, Korean, Indonesian, Philippino, Vietnamese, Laos, Cambodian, Thai, Burmese, Spanish, French, and simplified Chinese (for mainland China).”

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