The city of Wuhan slowly awakens from the epidemic standstill.
Jianghan Pass, once a very popular spot for wedding photos, is now deserted.
The winter has passed and Jianghan Road is showing signs of returning to business, but many simple services, like takeout delivery, are not yet operational.
Our host will remember this exceptional meal forever, and not because of the food.
An outside meal was hard to find during the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan.
Like the people of Wuhan, the Yellow Crane Tower has withstood the greatest challenges time has delivered.
Medical workers come to the Yangtze River Bridge to take in the sights after a long day's work.
The new normal in Wuhan will return to normal very soon.
In this episode of "Art Is So Easy," we meet artist Liu Yong and his eight-foot painting "Lantern Festival at Longshan Temple."
Liu Yong's eight-foot painting depicts a lively scene during the Lantern Festival in Wanhua.
Yi Gong Zi introduces the "Heart Sutra."
This video tells the story of Siddhārtha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism.
Siddhārtha Gautama's student, the "Most Venerable Ānanda," came up with the first batch of Buddhist scriptures.
Among the different versions of the "Heart Sutra," by far the most popular one is the version by Xuan Zang.
In contrast to what was portrayed in the "Journey to the West," Master Xuan Zang's journey was, in fact, long and lonely.
The "Heart Sutra" helps impart a Buddhist world outlook and methodology.
The "Heart Sutra" gives you the tools to face the challenges that life brings.
Which emperor could possibly restrain the "Eastern Heretic," Huang Yaoshi and "Western Venom," Ouyang Feng, as well as a host of other strange-looking fellows from the same era?
Song Huizong was the Chinese emperor with the best taste of them all.
Song Huizong had greater ambitions with his self-created font, "Slender Gold."
Song Huizong assigned very challenging subjects to his painters.
Song Huizong had an uncanny way of making the invisible visible.
The complexity underlying the simplicity of Song Huizong's art is especially evident in the Ru porcelain of his time.
We may not be able to live as extravagantly as the emperors before us, but we can still afford to live life with a bit of elegance.