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East and Southeast Asians in the UK need to be more united to avoid losing out on job opportunities during the pandemic, says community leader

By Na Qing -

British East and Southeast Asians (ESEA) could miss out on support schemes in the city’s social and economic recovery from Covid-19 if not united, ESEA community leader suggests in a discussion on London’s Recovery Plan.

Street vendors revive China’s economy in the aftermath of Covid-19

By Na Qing/Editor: Darcy Littler -

Street peddlers are invited to “reopen their businesses” in streets as the government says “Street-store economy is bringing cities back to life” in the aftermath of the pandemic.

Meanwhile, despite China sees a GDP growth rate at 3.2% in the second quarter of 2020, some concern the role of street market plays in driving the whole economy is limited.

How small businesses run by Chinese communities in the UK are coping as the country comes out of Covid-19 lockdown?

By Na Qing/Editor: Darcy Littler -

Restaurants, pubs, hairdressers, outdoor gyms and other venues in the UK are now reopening from 4 July, how small businesses, especially, those run by people who have a Chinese origin, are coping since the Coronavirus reached the shore?