字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - Hi, guys. It's me, Megan Monroe. We are in Wuhan, it's day three. I'm gonna make some salsa that reminds me of California. Stay safe, wear a mask, wash your hands and stay out of populated areas. Happy New Year! (calm music) Welcome to day four of the Wuhan quarantine. We talked to a doctor in the United States and he had two really important things to tell us. First of all, the virus is not independent from the carrier, which means that as long you're not sharing food or sneezing on people, you'll probably be okay. The second thing is that the virus is a symbiotic relationship. It doesn't wanna kill us, it wants to live inside of us. Creepy, I know. Just because you're sick doesn't mean that you have viral pneumonia. If you have viral pneumonia, that does not mean that you're going to have SARI, and if you have SARI, that doesn't mean that you're gonna die. The virus can heal itself if it's only a small infection. So, we just need to stay inside, isolate ourselves for two weeks, hang out, try not to get bored. (laughs) Welcome to Wuhan quarantine day eight. So, I've been doing some research about Wuhan because there's more to the area than just the virus. First of all, Wuhan is metropolitan area and it's divided into three separate towns. So, the first town is Haikou, which is where the virus actually started because it's so very densely populated. The second city is Wuchang, which is where over 100 universities are which is super duper cool. And the final one, where I live, is Hanyang, which is by a lake, a beautiful lake, and there's over 160 lakes in Wuhan alone and this one is called San Jiao Hu, which means triangle or delta lake. So, we're staying inside for the next two weeks, staying safe, Wuhan, we're with ya. I just wanted to say that everybody's scared of the virus. Everybody here is doing what they can to protect themselves and their families and helping others. Our neighbor is a doctor and he's been bringing us food, and everyone, as I can tell, is staying inside. I'm in the lobby of my apartment right now, this is the lady that works at the front desk and we're not afraid of the coronavirus. I've been through a lot of stuff in my life, I went through the swine flu scare in my elementary school and in Northern California, during college, I went through two different fires. Wuhan, (speaking in foreign language). Welcome to day 11 of the Wuhan quarantine. I just wanted to say that I came to China not only to teach but also to learn about the culture, which is pretty easy to do when everybody's freaking out about a virus. There's another plane that's going back to America and I've decided against going on it because I'd rather be in my apartment alone as opposed to being on airplane with 200 possibly infected people. Today is beautiful and sunny compared to the rain yesterday, so I decided to come to my office which is in the same apartment complex as my apartment and get a little bit of work done. We've been offering free classes to our students so that they keep learning pronunciation and public speech. And another thing that's super duper cool is if you look right over here, there's a brand new hospital that Wuhan built. It seats 1,000 people and it's just about two lakes away. So, stay safe, have a wonderful day and Wuhan, we got you. I've been spending my time inside, learning just a little bit of Chinese and I wanted to share it with you. So, first I learned how to say (speaking in foreign language), which is how you say thank you. (speaking in foreign language) is hello. (speaking in foreign language) means big baby 'cause that's what I am, and (speaking in foreign language) which means come on, Wuhan. Everybody have a wonderful day, stay safe and (blows kiss). (upbeat music) Oh! Hi, guys, it's me, Megan Monroe. It's day 17 of the Wuhan quarantine. Today's the lantern festival so we're supposed to be eating mochi soup but I decided to make scrambled eggs instead. I hope everybody takes care and is safe today and have a lovely day. Welcome to day 19 of the Wuhan quarantine. Today, I wanted to talk about three different problems that I've had. The first one is the fact that a lot of people are asking me if I'm sick and the answer is yes. I'm sick of being stuck inside all day. I go to the grocery store but not really anywhere else. The second big problem that I've been facing is the fact that there's no Mexican food in China, and I'm sure that the quarantine is just making it worse, but I have yet to find Mexican food in China. The third problem is the fact that, with all the shops closed, I haven't gotten my hair cut in about a month and so, I need somebody to come and tame this beast. Anyways, I hope everybody has a wonderful day, stay safe, stay warm, and Wuhan, (speaking in foreign language). I came to China so that I could ultimately live my dream and become a theater and dance teacher for little kids, and I'm just gonna stick it out because I'm bigger than this virus, it's not gonna get me. I have my whole life ahead of me. So, I hope everybody has a really nice day, stay safe, and Wuhan, (speaking in foreign language). Hi, guys, it's me, Megan Monroe, welcome to day 21 of the Wuhan quarantine. We have to get a paper now so we can sign out of the gates where our apartments are and they can only let us out about once every three days. So, that's gonna be a little bit crazy but stay safe and have a nice day, no matter what. (calm music) I learned this tongue twister two days ago when I first went live. (speaking in foreign language) Welcome to day 30 (sighs) of the Wuhan quarantine. I said in one of my other videos that I'm learning how to speak a little bit of Chinese, so (speaking in foreign language) means big baby, and I call myself a (speaking in foreign language) because I'm very cute and sweet, and I really like things that are small... So, this is a normal sized strawberry, (speaking in foreign language). So, I hope everybody's having a great day. I'm feeling a lot better because I got a lot of fresh air today. Yes, I'm actually in China, otherwise I wouldn't be holding this fish and that sign right there would be in English, not Chinese. So, please stop doubting me or I'll come hit you with this fish. (laughs) Welcome to day 38 of the Wuhan quarantine. The way that groceries get delivered in my area is someone will come from the outside and drop a bunch of them off at the basketball court and then volunteers will come and distribute the food, like what I did the other day. But today, I got something very, very, very, very important. I got this huge bag of bread. I've already eaten two donuts and a cream cheese roll and I promise I'm not gonna eat it all today, I swear, that would be a bad idea. Anyways, I hope everybody has a really awesome day. Stay safe, stay tight, Wuhan, (speaking in foreign language). It's me, Megan Monroe, and I made ribs. And they're delicious and they're cooked to perfection and I'm gonna eat them with my mouth.