In the first hour, we will have Amy Hao’s story. After which, we will host Scott Lai Taiwan’s Director General.
After more than a year of mainstream news outlets decrying the theory that COVID19 could have escaped from a lab in Wuhan, China, after more than a year of Twitter and Facebook removing or “fact checking” posts suggesting the same, there has now been an abrupt change of perspective. The “lab leak theory” has now moved to center stage as a highly plausible explanation. Well, if the main stream can be that wrong for that long, then what really did cause the outbreak? Is there a natural explanation involving a chance encounter between a bat, a pangolin and a bowl of soup? Was there an accident at a lab? Or is there an even more sinister explanation? Join us for the second hour discussion on where COVID came from.
Taiwan’s Director General Scott Lai
Welcome new Director-General Ming Chi Scott Lai of TECO in San Francisco!
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