- Cosplayer and fitness blogger Yuan Herong is also a doctor in Shandong, China.
- She’s currently helping patients of the novel coronavirus in the country.
She’s a passionate cosplayer and bodybuilder during her free time. These days, however, she’s spending most of her hours in a very important role – she’s a doctor helping patients suffering from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Her name is Yuan Herong and she’s a physician in the province of Shandong. As a medical professional, she naturally feels it is her responsibility to be out there, saving people during this time of great need.
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In a recent Instagram post, Yuan wrote:
“I’m a doctor. I must [be] on the front line.”
The coronavirus has been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The viral disease, which has started in China, has since spread across numerous countries. And so doctors and nurses are working hard to address the crisis.
“The healers are all treated through traditional Chinese medicine and other symptomatic treatment, ” she also captioned one of her pictures. “We will try our best to do a good job in prevention and treatment.”
She has a pretty face, an impressive physique, and a good heart.
Yuan has over 300,000 followers on Instagram and she has gained popularity on the platform for her amazing cosplay photos as Chun Li, a Chinese character from the iconic video game series Street Fighter.
Here’s Yuan as Mai Shiranui of Fatal Fury and The King of Fighters.
She’s known as a fitness blogger on Instagram.
Yuan loves sharing her workout pictures and videos online to show her fans how she maintains her body and to provide them with some much-needed motivation. Numerous fitness publications and websites have featured her as well.
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You can stay updated with Yuan Herong’s posts by following her on Instagram.
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