by Jenny Buck
Leader with LLL Hong Kong - English Group
The timing and severity of the crisis have varied widely across our region. Many parts of China experienced a severe lockdown from mid-January to mid-March. Hong Kong and Taiwan started dealing with the crisis in late January and have been largely successful in keeping the situation under control, with only limited restrictions required. More recently, from mid-March onwards, other countries started taking action and have implemented moderate to severe restrictions, either as preventive measures or in response to an escalating public health crisis.
by Evelyn Chen
“Wow, you are still breastfeeding your big baby?” I’m often asked this question when I nurse my little girl, who is now 20 months old, in public. I usually reply, “Because she likes it and I have plenty of breast milk” or “Because it is good for her.” But if I think about it seriously, then I would say it is because of my love for my child; I demonstrate this love by giving her precious breast milk.
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