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system to course allegiance to the regime. those who don't make it into the fun metropolis often. have fun. starts february 28th. this is due to. the vital epidemic generating distrust of a government minister. of democracy. is fueling greater discontent amongst city residents plus. stuck. with. risk their lives. and. takes the fight.
while. it's good to have you with us today we focus on hong kong as we continue with our coverage of the spread of the by. the chinese to the tree has so far more than 40 cases but the population of 8000000 backed together in dense residential housing fears are growing of the number of infections. 100 residents. of the. fear of a repeat of the epidemic of 2003. same as on the
chinese mainland. the territories leader. has austin novus public to come together to fight the virus but let me just make this. in order to fight this virus hong kong needs the full cooperation and active participation of every member of society this is the time for social cohesion this is a time for every one of us to display civic responsibility that call for responsibility going out not just to a novice public but also a divided one for months the city had been tearing itself apart over with the pro-democracy protests but the government's alleged inept handling of the coronavirus crisis has added another layer of distrust to an already frayed relationship with the public charlotte felt some pill has more.
the faith monster an emblem of hong kong's lurch from one crisis to another was an icon of the pro-democracy demonstrations now it offers protection against a new coronavirus with the street protests now largely at an end hong kong's focus has shifted. where images of violent street battles once covered these walls now it's the battle against the virus that dominates with one common thread underpinning both distrust of the government and its chief executive carrie lamb the priest is on the wall may have changed it taking a look around it is clear that the anger which fueled lots of protests can't be papered over quite as easily. as the death toll in china mounts many of slammed hong kong for keeping its borders open. for the submission to just a small $6.10 sanitize it has sparked panic buying and fear. one prominent voice than amongst the anger is hong kong is vast community of pro-democracy activists.
during the protests campaign is simon loud common qualm use the space to make props for the demonstrations. when the virus hits they swapped helmets by hand sanitizer using the network to source the donations and ingredients filling in they say where authorities who fails. proof that while they may have push polls on the protests in the movement is just as focused as ever. again because this government will upset all people not just a political belief but also all people in the community and all of the supporters of this couple but now you can see it quiet. but there are very angry at the simon in common altruism hand with political pragmatism they believe that as the virus spreads so it will enter government sentiments and it's that they hope to harness to push for democratic change off the divides but come back there's
a strong movement why i've every confidence it's because the variable the system peoples understand from all what will flood but why risk become wise soul fears. and fear. the cost of the system. to activists like simon has always been clear that battle would not be $4.00 to $1.00 with street protests alone the pro-democracy campaigns proven it can adapt and it's actions like this that could become the new face of the movement is angry of the government's handling of the virus which discontent across the political spectrum. meanwhile china has sacked top officials in a province for their failure to check the spread of the coronavirus much earlier on in a province is the epicenter of the global outbreak that has so far recorded more than 43000 cases worldwide health authorities there have been lost in the city with
disinfectant you can see the convoys of trucks moving through the city streets at night spraying it into the air. and there's an avi of walkers spraying by hand as well. as the wall health organization has meanwhile dispatched a team of experts to china to help combat the crisis we spoke to dub spokeswoman dr margaret how does about the organizations global response to the infections everybody's working very very hard to deal with this new virus and doing a very good job what we all need to do is to continue to do a good job and what we also need to do is to panic list so at the moment we're dealing with 2 things we're dealing with a new virus and a new virus we need to learn more about and to work together to stop but we also dealing with the info to make where people are attending to overreact a bit it's good that people who listen to the advice that pay
a lot of attention but really listen to the right advice have excellent hand hygiene make sure that they look after their health make sure that they do all the things that will protect themselves appropriately but not panic. simple advice straightforward and you can keep track of all our coronavirus coverage dot com and on up to a page. at least 14 during the refugees are dead after a boat carrying them sank in the bay of bengal they were part of a group of around 130 feet in the refugee camps of cox's bazar towards malaysia journeys from bangladesh across the bay of bengal to countries like malaysia thailand indonesia are fairly common in the period between november and march when the sea is safest for the small fishing trawlers in which these journeys are made going to refugees attempt to make the journey to access jobs and education
opportunities something denied to them in the sprawling refugee camps in bangladesh some 1000000 ringgit refugees are housed in camps such as these all of these around 700000 fled from neighboring. brutal military crackdown against them in 2017 for more i'm joined by our football club from asia out of a little tense for joining us now you've reported from these refugee camps in bangladesh in the past what prompts the rohingya refugees to undertake these dangerous crossings in the bay of bengal. many doing it if you just believe that life is much better in malaysia than the densely populated camps in bangladesh this see that malaysia is a developed country with better employment and other financial opportunities i made some young growing of girls last year in cox's but there are camps they had that islamic marriage is withdrawing a man living in malaysia what the phone and waiting to find
a way to go to meet their husbands and there is no legal way to travel from all of this to any other countries for rowing it refuses what we have seen in the past few months instead of another government has been imposing more restrictions on the refugees authorities don't allow the foodies to work in the country and had to deduce their mobile internet access in the camps but oil rigs and check posts have also been built around their camps this could also be a reason behind that illegal and risky board journeyed to malaysia but how common are these journeys. did from katz's towards getting under commented to refute these are common in as many you're doing a living in bangladesh camps as well as local strike across the bay of bengal for malaysia or other destinations such a journey is mostly take place during the winter season when the seas are deliberately calm and estimated 25000 going to live to bangladesh and myanmar on boards in 2015. thailand malaysia and indonesia what is the government of
bahrain others trying to do to try and reduce the journeys the bang other government has increased cost to spit trolling through a stop this kid john is beyond it have been crackdowns on human traffickers the security is in says don't allow going it if is is to gather near the sea to prevent them from deporting for militia but as we see despite all these efforts some growing it refuses that it is still despotic to flee bangladesh. a slum thank you very much for that. indonesia has a trash problem the country generates more than 3000000 tons a year and half of it ends up in rivers and the sea many cities have been in the way of public services for dealing with the mess by ling up on the coast sounds like a job for a superhero if you said that with great power comes great responsibility
and one man is using it to rid his hometown of an evil that could destroy the planet. his nemesis is garbage. now with an american my name is rudy hard tono i'm 36 years old and i am the spider man of character my mission is to encourage and to provide an example to the society through the famous character of spider-man to protect the environment because environmental cleanliness creates healthy communities. rudy her tone or kate's waist especially plastic most days before he heads to his job he puts on his suit and gets to work cleaning the sewers streets and beaches and he says the comic character has captured the imagination but. first i picked up litter without wearing this customer and it didn't get people interested in joining in to help pick up trash or to clean the beach. after wearing this costume
it turns out that the public's response was extraordinary. when we have it's little wonder that the sight of a lycra clad superhero on the beach has caused a stir but in the end though rudy is relying on others to come to their spider senses. demands clear the when he can and that's it the no head over to our website dot com or what's left asia to view the show online and for other stories from the region. the ongoing efforts to contain the virus in the chinese city of 100 percent or. more.
. i'm not sure how they will not succeed in defining the subtle not succeed in taking the people off the streets because we're tired of this dictatorship. taking the stand global matters. made for mines. the coronavirus keeps rattling the global economy. every major industry traffic aviation i'm shipping companies us. and automotive and industrial supply chains. a case in point. because peace in the aviation industry is suffering from virus fears as attendance numbers drop. full for the 2nd straight year
more than $10000.00 jobs are on the chopping block it's germany's premier falling behind in an industry on the pressure. this is business updates on global business affairs. as welcome to the corona virus outbreak in china has rattled the global economy disrupting virtually every major industry the 1st sector to reel from the outbreak was the travel industry the world's biggest gambling has also shut down many airlines have scaled back services shipping companies are canceling calls to chinese ports entire supply chain stores motive tronic industrial are starting to creak carmakers shut down operations in south korea due to a lack of parts from china warned that production numbers could drop.