The ties between Luxembourg and China are plenty, witnessed by the daily rumble of Cargolux 747s making their way to the Far East. But how does it feel to come from one of the most populous countries in the world and live in one of the smallest ones?
Like so many of us, Joanne Zhou ended up in Luxembourg on account of her significant other landing a job here. Coming from what in bureaucratic parlance is known as a third country, she and her family had to jump through even more hoops than most people interviewed on this podcast.
Being a journalist herself, Joanne had the ability to see Luxembourg from a different perspective, especially in the context of covering the pandemic and China’s management – or mismanagement , depending on your point of view – of the crisis. No wonder then, that the media aspect of the coronavirus emergency was the opening theme of our conversation.
Thus ends the second season of Luxventures. To date, we’ve clocked in more than 1200 downloads, and thank you for each and every one of those.
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Luxventures will be back with the third season after the summer break.
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