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Jianghan Pass, once a very popular spot for wedding photos, is now deserted.

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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.

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Our host will remember this exceptional meal forever, and not because of the food.

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An outside meal was hard to find during the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan.

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Like the people of Wuhan, the Yellow Crane Tower has withstood the greatest challenges time has delivered.

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Medical workers come to the Yangtze River Bridge to take in the sights after a long day's work.

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In this episode of "Art Is So Easy," we meet artist Liu Yong and his eight-foot painting "Lantern Festival at Longshan Temple."

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Liu Yong's eight-foot painting depicts a lively scene during the Lantern Festival in Wanhua.

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This video tells the story of Siddhārtha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism.

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Siddhārtha Gautama's student, the "Most Venerable Ānanda," came up with the first batch of Buddhist scriptures.

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Among the different versions of the "Heart Sutra," by far the most popular one is the version by Xuan Zang.

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In contrast to what was portrayed in the "Journey to the West," Master Xuan Zang's journey was, in fact, long and lonely.

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The "Heart Sutra" helps impart a Buddhist world outlook and methodology.

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The "Heart Sutra" gives you the tools to face the challenges that life brings.

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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?

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Song Huizong was the Chinese emperor with the best taste of them all.

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Song Huizong had greater ambitions with his self-created font, "Slender Gold."

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The complexity underlying the simplicity of Song Huizong's art is especially evident in the Ru porcelain of his time.

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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.

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