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【CGTN】Our Story: Yemeni volunteer contributes to fighting COVID-19 in China

字体: 2020年05月12日 浏览量: 来源: 编辑: 发布:资讯中心

In today's Our Story, we meet a Yemeni student, Sana'a. She has been contributing to the fight against COVID-19 in South China's Guangzhou. CGTN's Li Jianhua has the story.

Sana'a Ahmed Nagi is a mother of two. Her kids, brought up in China, are fluent in both Chinese and Arabic.

Taking care of her kids and working on her Masters' degree in medicine at Jinan University in South China's Guangzhou, she's taken another job since the coronavirus epidemic appeared.

"Hi, here are some masks."

"I have masks myself."

"No problem. They are free."

"OK. Thank you."

Reporter: "You must give a lot of masks out every day!"

SANA'A AHMED NAGIYemeni Student, Jinan University "Yes, I told you. At that time, I [had] a lot."

Reporter: "And how many hours do you work like this?"

SANA'A AHMED NAGIYemeni Student, Jinan University "Mostly three hours. Three hours, two hours, or an hour and a half – not less than this. Here is [my duty], because you know to share something you need, this is the purpose."

LI JIANHUAGuangzhou "How did people feel about it when they realize actually you are giving out the masks for free?"

SANA'A AHMED NAGIYemeni Student, Jinan University "Yeah. They were shocked. You know the Chinese, like that person [just now]. 'we have, we have.' I'd say 'just take it. Maybe you'll need it one day, so just take it.' This is for my heart, really."

Yet not all would understand her good-will gesture, some may be a bit paranoid and choose not to take the free masks.

Living and studying in China for the past four years, Sana'a says as a medical professional herself, it's her duty to extend her help to the country she lives in.

LI JIANHUAGuangzhou "How do people feel about it – about your work here as a foreigner, you know?"

SANA'A AHMED NAGIYemeni Student, Jinan University "Yea. They feel happy because they feel like you are a foreigner and you support us like this. Even if it is a simple word, if you say tell them 'jiayou' or tell them we are with you. We are fighting this together. They feel so happy. I feel like that feeling so amazing."

Reporter: "So you feel a sense of belonging here."

SANA'A AHMED NAGIYemeni Student, Jinan University "Yes, I feel like that I am one of the Chinese population. I'm one of them, and I'm not feeling like I'm a foreigner. We have the same situation. We fight the same situation. This is my duty."

Sana'a tells me her name means "making a miracle happen," and she is working towards doing just that in her own small way.(2020-05-06)

原文链接:https://news.cgtn.com/news/31677a4d79514464776c6d636a4e6e62684a4856/index.html

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