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relics with the help of digital renderings of the murals, full-scale replicas of important c
aves and movie-like presentations that employ the imaging technology of the academy.上海千花网女神会所
“We are heading in the right direction,” Wu said, adding that the efforts should be expan
上海千花网ded beyond the Mogao Caves to cover other grottoes and cultural heritage offerings.
“The idea is to tap these resources, under the right conditions, for the people to enjoy at any time and in any place.”
Conservation of Buddhist artworks at the Mogao Caves is encouraging similar efforts at home and abroad上海千花网女神会所
Editor’s note: As the People’s Republic of China prepares to celebrate its 70th anniversary on Oct 1, China Daily is feat
uring a series of stories on the role regions have played in the country’s development and where they are today.
上海千花网When asked in front of foreign visitors what it takes to sustain the love for his jo
b after three decades, mural restorer Yang Tao said it is all about having “peace of mind”.
“You need to be in a state of tranquility, to guide a stable hand to mend the lines and reconnect the dots,” said Ya上海千花网女神会所
ng, 52, who works at the Mogao Caves near the major Silk Road hub of Dunhuang, Gansu province.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to some of the best examples in the wo
上海千花网rld of Buddhist murals, sculptures and writings located in nearly 500 grottoes. They c
over a large expanse of Chinese history, including the golden age of the Tang Dynasty (618-907).
Yang’s approach to repairing and preserving the iconic works of art for future genera上海千花网女神会所
tions reflects the serious conservation efforts undertaken in Dunhuang in recent decades.
the ship the captain suggested that he should have a Chinese name.
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After Taiwan he worked in several places, including New York, Singapore and a 12-year stint in Hong Kong.
上海千花网Crossman first came to the Chinese mainland in 1981, when he went to Shanghai and Suzhou in Jiangsu province.
“Wherever I went, I had at least 30 people following me, asking about Hong Ko
ng, how much I earned and how I felt about the victory of the Chinese women’s volleyball上海千花网
team,” he said. In 1981, the Chinese women’s volleyball team won the world championship for the first time.
上海千花网女神会所His first visit to Beijing was six years later on business. “There were few cars and lots of bicycles on the roads.”
Crossman and his family moved to Beijing in 1997, when the traffic was heavier a
nd the city busier. “There were only two subway lines, with no air conditioning,” he said.上海千花网
Since then he has lived and worked in Beijing.
上海千花网女神会所His parents separated when he was young, and he lived in many
different places in the US, so he never felt like he had a regular home there.
I had no hometown in the United States,” he said. “Your home is where your things are. In this sense, Beijing is my home.”
Crossman can make traditional Beijing bean-paste noodles, and when he goes to a restaurant, he ord上海千花网
ers dumplings, mashed eggplant and fermented bean curd, a traditional Beijing dish.
上海千花网女神会所He can often be found chatting with local people, especially taxi drivers.
“I am more familiar with the lives of taxi drivers than most Beijingers,” he上海千花网
said. “When I see their license numbers, I can tell how many years they have worked.”
ented by its unilateral and protectionist moves, has harmed both countries’ economic interests an
d proved to be a drag on the global economy, as the recent turmoil in the international capital market shows.
Simulation tests of large general equilibrium models show that
both countries’ economic indicators would suffer due to the US tariff hike on $200 billio
n of Chinese goods two weeks ago. For example, China’s GDP could decline by 0.657 percent, manufacturing jobs by 1.02
8 percent, exports by 3.359 percent, and imports by 1.384 percent, while the decrease in the US’ GDP would be 0.004 per
cent, manufacturing jobs 0.652 percent, exports 1.876 percent, and imports 3.883 percent. And global GDP, ma
nufacturing jobs and trade could reduce by 0.123 percent, 0.28 percent and 0.79 percent.
traditional local cuisine－rice with salted pork and greens, the Cai Fan in the name－has ga
ined a good reputation for its traditional flavors and its striking interior design.
Instead of rows of tables that can seat four or more people, the restaurant has just one long table
divided into individual booths by boards. When seated, diners face a small curtain-covered window, wh
ere the food is served anonymously. Each booth contains coat hangers and charging sockets.
“I wanted to let our customers know that a single person also needs to eat well, so I designed things this wa
y to make them feel less ashamed about eating alone. One person can eat out and enjoy it,” said Li Le, the owner.
Many diners have left supportive comments about the eatery on Dazhong Dianping, an online restaurant review platf
orm. “With one person, one booth, eating alone is no longer embarrassing. A bowl of fragrant rice with a bowl of re
freshing mung bean soup provides a very comfortable dinner here,” commented a customer called Kobayashi1214.