Humankind has a big decision to make. Go vegan or risk a repeat of the collective trauma that will haunt us for generations.
THE 1957 Asian Flu crisis is the pandemic the world just doesn’t want to talk about. In February of that year, a new influenza virus emerged in Guizhou in southwest China. The novel virus – a combination of avian and human influenza strains – swept across the world frighteningly quickly.
WE’VE been here before. In the mid-19th Century German pathologist Rudolf Virchow was the first to discover infectious diseases can be transmitted between animals and humans – coining the term “zoonoses” in 1855.
We are in the midst of a health crisis on a global scale. The coronavirus pandemic is having a devastating effect on humanity and jeopardises life as we know it.
Wuhan, China: the sprawling capital city of the Hubei province, known for being the epicentre of culture, education, manufacturing and transportation links. Now, Wuhan has a new reputation.