CHENGDU, February 15 (Xinhua) — The West China Hospital of Sichuan University on Saturday introduced two bilingual e-books, one in Chinese and Tibetan, the other in Chinese and the language of the Yi ethnic minority, to guide the public on psychological protection against the novel coronavirus epidemic.
"The e-books can be downloaded on mobile phones. They are written in the form of conversations, which can be easily understood by readers and will help them learn more about the virus and adjust their mood in the anti-virus fight," said Li Weimin, President of the West China Hospital.
Southwest China's Sichuan Province is home to several ethnic groups with a large population of Tibetan and Yi people.
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