My Unusually Normal Life in Taiwan Amid the Global Pandemic by Tim Culpan (
As videos circulated of rebellious Americans refusing the most basic of precautions under the pretense of freedom, Taiwan shook its collective head and nodded at what real freedom looked like: the ability to have a drink at a bar without fear of catching a deadly airborne illness.

I get this same feeling, even from Japan. I wish the government hadn’t let the Olympics dictate their lack of action – we could have been the same as Taiwan and New Zealand.

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