India-Coronavirus/Chinese Student

Chinese student in India thanks Chinese embassy for aid in fighting COVID-19

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New Delhi, India - Recent (Provided by interviewee - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Building in Jawaharlal Nehru University

New Delhi, India - May 2, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Yan Yaoyuan, Chinese postgraduate (ending with shots 3-7):
"Our school is semi-closed, and some canteens and stores have closed, but food and goods deliverymen are allowed to enter our school. Due to the new spike of COVID-19 infections, New Delhi was locked down. Since then, I could order some vegetables and other food online and cook for myself in my dormitory. Now I study in my dormitory."

New Delhi, India - Recent (Provided by interviewee - No access Chinese mainland)
3. People in store
4. Food in fridge
5. Yan cooking dish
6. Computer
7. Corridor inside dormitory building
8. Various of public facilities

New Delhi, India - May 2, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Yan Yaoyuan, Chinese postgraduate:
"Now I work at night as much as possible, but in the daytime, I rest in my room. I try my best to avoid going out and contacting with others. Besides, I wear a mask in my dormitory."

New Delhi, India - Recent (Provided by interviewee - No access Chinese mainland)
10. Corridor

New Delhi, India - May 2, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
11. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Yan Yaoyuan, Chinese postgraduate (partially overlaid with shots 12):
"Since the outbreak of COVID-19 last year, the embassy has been always providing us with various anti-epidemic supplies, such as masks, medicine and disinfecting wipes. We overseas students are very grateful to the embassy. Most of my anti-epidemic products are from the embassy because it's very difficult to buy them outside the school in India. These things are very common in China, but they are invaluable for us and can't be measured by money. So I thank our embassy and motherland very much."

New Delhi, India - Recent (Provided by interviewee - No access Chinese mainland)
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
12. Various of anti-epidemic supplies
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++

New Delhi, India - May 3, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
13. Entrance of hospital
14. Various of residents in masks waiting outside hospital
15. Various of patients

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A Chinese graduate student in the Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi expressed his appreciation to Chinese embassy in India for its anti-epidemic aid when COVID-19 is running rampant in the country.

Yan Yaoyuan, from Xi'an City of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, said his university has been semi-closed due to the pandemic.

"Our school is semi-closed, and some canteens and stores have closed, but food and goods deliverymen are allowed to enter our school. Due to the new spike of COVID-19 infections, New Delhi was locked down. Since then, I could order some vegetables and other food online and cook for myself in my dormitory. Now I study in my dormitory," said Yan.

Yan said as he's living in a public dormitory with spaces and facilities shared with others, it's not absolutely safe for him; he has to try his best to reduce contacts with others.

"Now I work at night as much as possible, but in the daytime, I rest in my room. I try my best to avoid going out and contacting with others. Besides, I wear a mask in my dormitory," said Yan.

Yan said he is grateful to Chinese embassy as it has been always providing Chinese students like him with anti-epidemic supplies since the outbreak of COVID-19 in India.

"Since the outbreak of COVID-19 last year, the embassy has been always providing us with various anti-epidemic supplies, such as masks, medicine and disinfecting wipes. We overseas students are very grateful to the embassy. Most of my anti-epidemic products are from the embassy because it's very difficult to buy them outside the school in India. These things are very common in China, but they are invaluable for us and can't be measured by money. So I thank our embassy and motherland very much," said Yan.

Yan said he's also grateful to his family members and friends who have been supporting him from afar amid the pandemic and hopes COVID-19 can be effectively controlled not only in India, but also around the world.

India's COVID-19 tally crossed the 20-million mark, reaching 20,282,833 on Tuesday, as 357,229 new cases were registered during the past 24 hours, confirmed the federal health ministry.

Another 3,449 deaths were reported since Monday morning, taking the death toll to 222,408.

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  • ID : 8193312
  • Dateline : May 2/3, 2021/Recent
  • Location : India
  • Category : health
  • Duration : 2'51
  • Audio Language : Chinese/Nats
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV),Other
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
  • Published : 2021-05-04 18:41
  • Last Modified : 2021-05-04 20:14:03
  • Version : 1
  • ID : 8193312
  • Dateline : 2/3 may, 2021/Reciente
  • Location : India
  • Category : health
  • Duration : 2'51
  • Audio Language : Chino/Nats
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV)
  • Restrictions : No acceso a la parte continental de China
  • Published : 2021-05-04 20:08
  • Last Modified : 2021-05-04 20:14:03
  • Version : 1
  • ID : 8193312
  • Dateline : 2021年5月2/ 3日/最近
  • Category : health
  • Duration : 2'51
  • Audio Language : 中国語/自然音声
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV)
  • Restrictions : 中国大陸での使用は不可
  • Published : 2021-05-04 19:38
  • Last Modified : 2021-05-04 20:14:03
  • Version : 1

India-Coronavirus/Chinese Student

Chinese student in India thanks Chinese embassy for aid in fighting COVID-19

Dateline : May 2/3, 2021/Recent

Location : India

Duration : 2'51

  • English
  • Español
  • 日本語


New Delhi, India - Recent (Provided by interviewee - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Building in Jawaharlal Nehru University

New Delhi, India - May 2, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Yan Yaoyuan, Chinese postgraduate (ending with shots 3-7):
"Our school is semi-closed, and some canteens and stores have closed, but food and goods deliverymen are allowed to enter our school. Due to the new spike of COVID-19 infections, New Delhi was locked down. Since then, I could order some vegetables and other food online and cook for myself in my dormitory. Now I study in my dormitory."

New Delhi, India - Recent (Provided by interviewee - No access Chinese mainland)
3. People in store
4. Food in fridge
5. Yan cooking dish
6. Computer
7. Corridor inside dormitory building
8. Various of public facilities

New Delhi, India - May 2, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Yan Yaoyuan, Chinese postgraduate:
"Now I work at night as much as possible, but in the daytime, I rest in my room. I try my best to avoid going out and contacting with others. Besides, I wear a mask in my dormitory."

New Delhi, India - Recent (Provided by interviewee - No access Chinese mainland)
10. Corridor

New Delhi, India - May 2, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
11. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Yan Yaoyuan, Chinese postgraduate (partially overlaid with shots 12):
"Since the outbreak of COVID-19 last year, the embassy has been always providing us with various anti-epidemic supplies, such as masks, medicine and disinfecting wipes. We overseas students are very grateful to the embassy. Most of my anti-epidemic products are from the embassy because it's very difficult to buy them outside the school in India. These things are very common in China, but they are invaluable for us and can't be measured by money. So I thank our embassy and motherland very much."

New Delhi, India - Recent (Provided by interviewee - No access Chinese mainland)
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
12. Various of anti-epidemic supplies
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++

New Delhi, India - May 3, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
13. Entrance of hospital
14. Various of residents in masks waiting outside hospital
15. Various of patients


A Chinese graduate student in the Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi expressed his appreciation to Chinese embassy in India for its anti-epidemic aid when COVID-19 is running rampant in the country.

Yan Yaoyuan, from Xi'an City of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, said his university has been semi-closed due to the pandemic.

"Our school is semi-closed, and some canteens and stores have closed, but food and goods deliverymen are allowed to enter our school. Due to the new spike of COVID-19 infections, New Delhi was locked down. Since then, I could order some vegetables and other food online and cook for myself in my dormitory. Now I study in my dormitory," said Yan.

Yan said as he's living in a public dormitory with spaces and facilities shared with others, it's not absolutely safe for him; he has to try his best to reduce contacts with others.

"Now I work at night as much as possible, but in the daytime, I rest in my room. I try my best to avoid going out and contacting with others. Besides, I wear a mask in my dormitory," said Yan.

Yan said he is grateful to Chinese embassy as it has been always providing Chinese students like him with anti-epidemic supplies since the outbreak of COVID-19 in India.

"Since the outbreak of COVID-19 last year, the embassy has been always providing us with various anti-epidemic supplies, such as masks, medicine and disinfecting wipes. We overseas students are very grateful to the embassy. Most of my anti-epidemic products are from the embassy because it's very difficult to buy them outside the school in India. These things are very common in China, but they are invaluable for us and can't be measured by money. So I thank our embassy and motherland very much," said Yan.

Yan said he's also grateful to his family members and friends who have been supporting him from afar amid the pandemic and hopes COVID-19 can be effectively controlled not only in India, but also around the world.

India's COVID-19 tally crossed the 20-million mark, reaching 20,282,833 on Tuesday, as 357,229 new cases were registered during the past 24 hours, confirmed the federal health ministry.

Another 3,449 deaths were reported since Monday morning, taking the death toll to 222,408.

ID : 8193312

Published : 2021-05-04 18:41

Last Modified : 2021-05-04 20:14:03

Source : China Central Television (CCTV),Other

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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