Manufacturing Normalcy: How Wuhan Citizens Working in Large and Small Enterprises Cope with Their Lives and Work After the Lockdown

Tan Yujing (Leiden University) has written an article for the LeidenAsiaCentre on how Wuhan is opening up after the end of the lockdown. She describes how two citizens, one working in a state-owned company and the other in a private enterprise, conceptualise their lives and working conditions during the period of “recovery”, as well as their expectations for normal daily life moving forward. Tan intends to show how these two citizens are coping with the policy-driven changes influencing their lives and work: how they understand the post-lockdown governance in China and what personal strategies they are developing in this period.

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