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In Hong Kong, buying locally-grown vegetables is about more than just fighting coronavirus
Supporting Hong Kong's farms is a way to demonstrate independence from Beijing.
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Celebrities are warning us about coronavirus. We ranked their best and worst PSAs
There may never have been another time in history with so many celebrity PSAs in such a short period.
More than a million garment workers are out of work because of coronavirus
"Brands who were partners last month have all turned into strangers."
The exodus of the wealthy from cities reveals the problems with individualism
It's hard to make people act in the interests of the greater good, especially in a crisis situation.
I thought playing video games was unproductive – until coronavirus
Beyond being an entertaining distraction, games give players a feeling of control at a time when so much else is out of control.
US fashion brands having to make medical masks expose a failure of the health system
The admirable efforts by fashion companies are arguably a bandaid on a bigger problem.
The case for re-regulating the airlines
Coronavirus has exposed the flaws of the modern airline industry and prompted calls to force airlines to behave differently.
In “Devs,” creator Alex Garland sees Silicon Valley for what it really is
Tech companies can be as ruthless as any on Wall Street.
Coronavirus-hit airports are on the brink of failure
In the UK, some airports are just weeks away from shutting down.
All broadcast TV needed to slow its ratings decline was a coronavirus pandemic
TV ratings for virtually everything have increased in recent weeks, but especially for reality programs, medical dramas, and shows about first responders.
Is retail therapy ethical during the coronavirus crisis?
Deliberating the morality of upgrading my sweatpants.
The lessons Nike learned in China during the coronavirus outbreak
Nike's experience in China helped it develop a playbook to use as Covid-19 shuts down other countries around the world.
The subtle ways the coronavirus crisis may change how we dress
The biggest shifts in fashion have historically happened due to events that disrupt society on a huge scale.
Coronavirus has killed off public transportation across the Western world
Subway, bus, and train rides have plummeted.
For fashion companies making medical masks, sewing them is the easy part
To start sewing masks, fashion companies first need medical-grade textiles they don't typically have access to.
In the face of coronavirus, religions are embracing online community, live-streaming, and conference calls
Ancient religions are turning to modern technologies to hold services and communicate with the faithful.
Hollywood’s medical TV shows finally have some real value
Medical shows are donating their prop supplies to US hospitals to help fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
Photos: The world’s tourist hotspots are suddenly eerily quiet
Photos from around the world show the world's tourist sites, left to the pigeons.
The UK led the world in online grocery delivery—until coronavirus happened
Pressure on grocery stores has never been higher.
Cannabis dispensaries are deemed “essential services” by California’s coronavirus order
Across the US, dispensaries are allowed to keep selling weed—and sales are surging.