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China Media Corporation releases special program to celebrate International Labor Day

06.05.2022 113 просмотров

Watch the China Panorama publicity program on the Greater Asia TV channel (Issue 125):
  • China Media Corporation releases a special program in honor of International Labor Day
  • People from China went on a trip for the May holidays
  • Salmon is grown in Xinjiang using modern technologies 
  • Rare brocade items found in Tibet reveal the history of cultural exchange between two ancient dynasties






China Media Corporation released a special program in honor of the International Labor Day

China Media Corporation broadcast a special program "Chinese Dream, Beauty of Labor". The festive concert was dedicated to May Day. Spectators saw many colorful performances about the heroism of the working class following the Party.

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> They sang the lofty ideals and enthusiasm of the workers, and labor itself was exalted as the most noble and great occupation. Distinguished workers were welcomed at the event. Leading the way in their fields, they stamped the "Workers in a New Age" art scroll.

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Among them are the chief designer of Beidou-3 navigation system satellites, the chief engineer of Daxing International Airport; selflessly working on the front line of the fight against COVID-19, the secretary of the grassroots party committee of the CCP; the commander of the aircraft crew awarded the title of Hero; driver-postman from the snow-covered highlands and others.

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The program also noted the labor exploits of scientists, cultural workers and athletes - champions of the Olympic Games.

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Chinese people went on a trip for the May holidays

The Chinese authorities have provided residents with discounts on tourist trips for the May holidays. This measure has become a support for citizens and businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Thus, in Jiangxi Province, more than 700 preferential vouchers for scenic spots in the region have been opened. In Jiujiang City, tourists who buy high-speed rail tickets can visit Lushan National Park, which is nearby, for free.  

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“It’s very beautiful and I was amazed local landscapes, you can admire them for a very long time, they are so relaxing,” says one of the tourists.

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Xuankong-si ancient temple was opened for tourists in Shanxi province. It was built more than one and a half thousand years ago on a sheer cliff. This is the only existing monastery that combines three traditional Chinese religions: Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. Travelers can visit this unique temple only if they comply with all anti-covid measures. 

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“The temple in the rock impressed me very much. This ancient building is located right on the mountain, I have never seen anything like it before,” admits a lover of high-mountain tourism.

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> Tourist walks along the Sanjie River have opened in Fuzhou's traditional Shangxiahan district, and this type of recreation has become a hit among locals. In total, about a hundred cultural events were held in Fuzhou for the May holidays, including special screenings of Chinese opera and folk music concerts.

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Salmon is grown in Xinjiang using modern technologies 

A modern high-tech complex in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region helps local residents improve their financial situation. They used to survive on traditional animal husbandry, but things have gotten much better in recent years.

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Agricultural workers get huge salmon catches from the farm, which is located in the picturesque county of Nilka and covers more than 6500 hectares of beautiful freshwater lakes. The salmon farm was established eight years ago and produces up to 10 tons of fish every day.

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The water temperature here is below 20 degrees Celsius all year round and it is an ideal place for salmon farming. To remove silt, local employees of the fish farm use an underwater robot. This spring, farmers plan to grow about 500 thousand delicacy fish fry. 

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Rare brocade items found in Tibet reveal the history of cultural exchange between two ancient dynasties
Ancient brocade with a rare weaving technique was shown to the public for the first time. Silk fabric was discovered in 2018 in a tomb in northern Tibet. The piece of fine work is of great research value, revealing the details of cultural exchanges during the transition from the Sui to the Tang Dynasty.

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Chen Zujun, Research Fellow, Tibetan Institute for the Protection of Cultural Relics autonomous region:

“The basis of this brocade is a pattern of diagonal parallel lines, the so-called twill weave. A similar find was previously discovered in the tombs of Astana in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. This type of brocade appeared and did not last long, around the period of the transition from the Sui dynasty to the Tang dynasty.

for the upper class. 

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Zhou Yang, Deputy Curator, Hangzhou China National Silk Museum:
“We were very surprised to find that a 1400-year-old piece of silk has typical patterns of that era with a very rare weaving technique. Its color is also well preserved.”

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Researchers at the China National Silk Museum have restored the blue-green brocade to its original appearance and found a very distinct yellow floral pattern.

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Zhou Yang, Deputy Curator, Hangzhou China National Silk Museum:

as well as the cultural relics found in the tombs of Astana in Xinjiang, in the grottoes of Mogao in Gansu Province and in Dulan County in Qinghai Province. Together they witnessed the short-lived glory of twill weaving at the start of the Tang Dynasty. So the find is of great importance."

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Now archaeologists are investigating why such a rare piece of silk appeared in the pastures of northern Tibet, and who was the owner of the tomb.



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