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Liberia Bleeds “A Society that does not read and comprehend or ignores history is unable to resolve its problems, be them small or big.”Friday, 08 May 2020 08:51 Written by Hun-Bu Tulay (+231 777 111 032)
In order to command a grasp of the subject at hand, it would be necessary for us to first define the word “history.” Within the context of this article, “history” is defined as the study of the events of the past, particularly in respect of human affairs. Underscore the words “human affairs/” It is the study of the achievements and failures of the human race.
MouniaLazali, is a professional designer and a painter based in Algeria. Like, others around the African continent, she is playing her part in helping contain the COVID-19 pandemic. With many countries facing face mask shortages, Ms. Lazali is sewing hundreds of them using colorful fabrics to donate to fellow Algerians. She spoke to Africa Renewal’s Franck Kuwonu about her initiative:
The coronavirus disease or COVID -19 has ripped the world apart in just 4 months. Global health is in free fall, robust health infrastructures in wealthy and powerful nations buckled and capitulated as Health professionals scramble to understand the virus, its morphology, and pathogenesis.
My name is Christiana Johns-Yorgbor from Liberia. I am enrolled in the International Business Program at the Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics (JUFE) in Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, The People’s Republic of China.
Every challenge comes with a golden opportunity and a wake-up call for the challenged to change and get ready to be fully prepared to address the similar challenge when it occurs in the future. African nations are no exceptions to this general role and principle.
Recent reports from social and some mainstream media outlets have indicated discrimination against Africans living in the commercial city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province of China.
CHINA’S “SENIORITY” OVER LIBERIA
China is a “Senior Sister” to Liberia on all areas: Longevity of existence, population, education, military might, agriculture, self-reliance, etc.