[Biohazard] 5. Dr. Yan’s Discovery

Translator: MOS Translation Group – Stay

Abstract: Dr. Li-Meng Yan was instructed to investigate the outbreak in Wuhan. She found that there were ulterior motives and reported her findings back to the one who was responsible for the investigation in Hong Kong, but no feedback ever received. She then contacted Lude for righteousness’s sake. Lude’s media platform disclosed Dr. Yan’s findings. The CCP realized that it was incapable to cover up the facts, immediately admitted the virus spreads from human-to-human, taking widely lockdown measures among the cities.    

Dr. Li-Meng Yan, a researcher from the School of Public Health of the University of Hong Kong, Doctor of Clinical Medicine (MD) and Philosophy (Ph.D.), and a virologist. She is one of the core members in the professional field of global coronavirus research ([Biohazard] 4. P3 Laboratory in Hong Kong). At the end of 2019, the CCP virus just appeared in Wuhan. On December 31, Leo Poon, a professor at the School of Public Health of the University of Hong Kong and a WHO consultant, sent Dr. Yan secretly to investigate what happened in mainland China. Since the Chinese government refused to allow overseas experts or even experts from Hong Kong to conduct the investigations, Dr. Yan referred to her social networking established many years ago in the medical field in mainland China for information. On the same day, she heard from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (briefly as China CDC) that a case of transmission through family gathering had been confirmed and the CCP virus can be transmitted from human-to-human.  

In a group chat of clinicians from various hospitals, Dr. Yan noticed that those clinicians have already been discussing this SARS-like virus, but was warned “not to ask”, saying “this topic is too sensitive” and “we cannot talk about it, but we need to wear masks”. She also learned that the human-to-human transmission in Wuhan has already been very serious; many patients cannot be diagnosed and treated in time, and neither doctors nor patients had reliable protective measures. The Chinese Communist government did not allow such information to be released, both the doctors and even people working from the CDC felt helpless.

As a virologist and physician, Dr. Yan was well aware of the risks posed by this virus, and she believed that it should be made public as soon as possible from the perspectives of science and humanity, and quick measures should be taken to prevent the outbreak. She immediately reported the information to Leo Poon, but Leo Poon asked her to keep silent and be careful, even warning her “don’t touch the red line” and don’t cross the CCP’s procedures and norms, otherwise, “we will be in trouble” and will “be disappeared”. Neither Leo Poon nor Malik Peiris ([Biohazard] 3. The Demon of Mount Lanka) had any responses.

Dr. Yan, who had a high degree of professional sensitivity to the outbreak of the virus in Wuhan, began to study the Wuhan outbreak from a professional perspective. Immediately thereafter, she discovered that the virus originated from the Zhoushan bats that are controlled by the Chinese Communist military. The Nanjing Military Medical Science Research Institute researchers discovered and isolated two types of coronaviruses ZC45 and ZXC21 from the Zhoushan bats, which were later modified to create the CCP virus-a bioweapon. In addition, Dr. Yan reasonably believed that the virus was delivered at a fixed point. The ice and water environment in Wuhan Huanan Seafood Market was suitable for virus survival and delivery.

It seemed that everything has been arranged, which was beyond Dr. Yan’s expectation. After obtaining her Ph.D. from Southern Medical University in Guangzhou in 2014, she joined Leo Poon’s research group as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Hong Kong. In those days, Hong Kong’s political reform proceeded in its final stage, the NPC’s 831 interpretation of the law, and the Umbrella Movement culminated in that period of time (Hong Kong Storm 5: Umbrella Movement). While conducting scientific research, Dr. Yan also kept an eye on the protest movement on Hong Kong Island. In 2019, the Hong Kong protests lasted for many years escalated into an anti-extradition agreement and wide police riots (Hong Kong Situation 9: Anti-Extradition Law Amendment Bill Movement). As a scientific researcher in the laboratory, Dr. Yan had her own independent views on social issues.

As a result of Mr. Guo Wengui’s continued overseas anti-counterfeiting campaign, many overseas agents guide as pro-democracy fighters have been exposed, and the Lude’s live-stream program stands out among many overseas Chinese self-media. Dr. Yan has sympathy for the Hong Kong democracy movement and understood the shamelessness and brutality of the Communist Party and the Hong Kong authorities, so she naturally became a supporter of the overseas Whistleblower Movement and was an audience of Lude Media Show. She started contacting Lude, providing important information under huge risks. Dr. Yan had concerned about her life safety all the time and declared that she would not commit suicide.

On January 19, 2020, Lude disclosed Dr. Yan’s findings in his live-stream broadcasting. The CCP has quickly realized that the CCP virus cannot be covered up any longer. Within four hours following Lude’s broadcasting, the CCP responded quickly, changing the confirmed cases of coronavirus infection from 62 to 198, admitting that the virus can be spread from human to human. Xi Jinping issued the first statement of 2020, saying that this was a new coronavirus, common infectious disease and the same level as SARS. However, three days later, on January 23 (one day before Chinese Lunar New Year’s Eve), the CCP locked down Wuhan city, and it then evolved rapidly into a nationwide lockdown.

The CCP was also extremely shocked by the leakage of intelligence. Lude’s talk show is a non-profit overseas Chinese self-media, but the broadcasting disrupted the pace of the CCP, which demonstrated the great impact on the CCP. On one hand, the CCP adjusted its policies; on the other hand, it set out to look for those whistleblowers. A huge wave of imminent attacks approached Dr. Yan stealthily.

After coming into contact with Dr. Yan, Mr. Lude and Mr. Guo Wengui began to arrange top-level bio-scientific professionals to communicate with Dr. Yan; among those, a man happened to know Malik Peiris ([Biohazard] 3: The Demon of Mount Lanka) and asked him about Dr. Yan in a video conference. This immediately raised Malik Peiris’ vigilance. A huge danger began to approach Dr. Yan. Both Dr. Yan and her husband worked in the same research team with Malik Peiris. Despite supporting her research, Dr. Yan’s husband was enraged and blamed her when she wanted to join the whistleblower’s movement in the United States together with her husband. Because he was extremely frightened and worried he would be killed by the CCP.

Dr. Yan believed that the only person she can trust was Lude. Knowing CCP’s means and combining with his intelligence, Lude informed Dr. Yan that she was in imminent danger and cannot stay in Hong Kong any longer. He asked if she was willing to come to the United States and expose the truth to the whole world. Dr. Yan accepted his proposal. Unfortunately, this contact between Dr. Yan and Lude was caught sight by her husband. Dr. Yan’s life was facing serious danger.

(To be continued…)

Author: Tiffany’s Breakfast | Proofreader: MOS Translation Group – AJ2020 Fenghua | Reviewer: Irene

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