Angela Lu Fulton

Angela is a senior reporter for WORLD Magazine based in Taiwan. Follow Angela on Twitter @angela818.

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How Taiwan fended off the coronavirus

Coronavirus | The island of 23 million avoided a crisis by acting quickly and using data
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 3/26/20, 05:54 pm

Halfway through Angela Hsu’s Austria trip in early March, the coronavirus outbreak in Europe began to intensify and the cities on her itinerary started shutting down. During her first few days in Austria, locals seemed unfazed by the novel coronavirus. But by the time she, her dad, and two family friends left on March 16, the country had more than a thousand cases and was enacting emergency policies. Their flight back to her home in Taiwan was canceled, but they were able to book seats on a nearly empty China Airlines flight the same day.

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Crime | Someone kidnapped Pastor Raymond Koh three years ago. His family still wants answers but is trusting God
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 3/12/20, 04:15 pm

The last time Susanna Koh saw her husband, Pastor Raymond Koh, was on the morning of Feb. 13, 2017. 

She was babysitting for a friend when he dropped by to pick up a packet of shrimp paste to give to another friend. 

Then as he drove down a leafy residential street in Petaling Jaya, a city west of Kuala Lumpur, three black SUVs surrounded his car. Several men wearing ski masks and black clothing forced Koh out of his Honda Accord and into their vehicle. Then they took off with his car. The whole abduction took less than a minute.

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Inside the outbreak: Coronavirus in Japan

International | Missionaries and churches in Japan feel the effects of the pandemic but still seek to share the gospel
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 3/12/20, 02:46 pm

With heavy snowfall in the winter, Japan’s northernmost island, Hokkaido, is a popular tourist destination with ski resorts, festivals featuring snow and ice sculptures, and the famous Hokkaido ice cream. But lately Hokkaido has another claim to fame: the prefecture with the highest number of coronavirus infections in the country with 111 cases. 

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