The Unseen Force

Everywhere you look, something has changed. Our homes are different now. It’s either every member is complete or a member or two––or more––are missing, never to be seen again for Sunday brunch or any special occasion, because the virus has ruthlessly claimed their lives. 


Chapter 1


The human heart is a sanctuary in the time of coronavirus.

Relationships and Mental Health
#LetsMakeItHappyn
We will all rise above it
A journey of awakening
There was no way our wedding would happen this time
‘It’s okay not to be okay’

Chapter 2


Theaters are shuttered, productions stalled, revenues in a slump and stakeholders in "survival mode". 

Culture & Entertainment

Chapter 3


Our lives will never be the same, there is no going back even as the pandemic goes away. COVID-19 has made sure that the changes that were slowly happening around the world became the new normal — and it’s not all bad.

Shopping and Lifestyle

Chapter 4


COVID-19 has made bakers and cooks out of our neighbors, young and old. During the first few days of the ECQ, Facebook pages and chat groups were organized, and neighborhoods became a marketplace to sell and buy food made in home kitchens.

Food

Chapter 5


As work and businesses grapple with the economic fallout from the pandemic, it will be interesting to see how they adapt and evolve to not only survive, but hopefully thrive in the new reality.

Work and Business

Chapter 6


As the country wages war against the silent enemy, technology and innovations form part of its armament.

Technology

Chapter 7


What is clear after four months since the world went on a hard lockdown is that science will help solve the problem, and scientists will guide us as we come out of it — not politics or politicians.

Science and Medicine

Chapter 8


The onslaught of the coronavirus disease 2019 early this year has disrupted all sectors of society, including education. The pandemic spawned many a new normal — including “inside” the classroom.

Education

Chapter 9


In an industry that relied on government departments and businesses being open, and interviewing people face-to-face pre-COVID, covering the news during the pandemic forced news organizations to adapt quickly — or die.

News & Media
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