How did Taiwan get their Covid-19 response so right?
Can the UK find solutions by looking abroad? Was Britain too slow compared to how others responded to the developing Coronavirus crisis?
Much of the world is now looking at one small island, Taiwan, with a population of 24 million, they have only had 427 cases so far, and 6 deaths due to Covid-19. They acted very early to the developing crisis.
This week, Tom speaks to Taiwan's representative in the UK, David Yung-Lo Lin.