In 1990, Wen gave up his own business and began to lead villagers to set up their own companies. In a few years, Longquan village has developed barren hills of 3600 acres, converted 670-acre cultivated land into forests, and grew 430,000 chestnut trees. Meanwhile, he devotes to developing a three-dimensional and ecological agriculture to benefit the whole village and improve people’s living conditions.
July 16, an 11-year-old girl, Chen Shuzhen, from rural areas in Suizhou, Hubei province came to Zhuhai. This leukemic girl, once abandoned by her mother, decided to spend her last days in Zhuhai and donate her cornea and other organs to people who need them.
Heat waves have hit Xi'an recently. Breeders in a zoo provide green bean soup, ice cream and watermelon to animals. They've also offered air conditioners, swimming pools and cool showers to help animals remain cool in hot summer.
Yi people attach long culture to their fingers and embroider their clothes with beautiful patterns of grass, flowers and animals. Embroidery, as an ancient art, is therefore inherited generation by generation. Innovations are imbedded in these elaborated works, which keeps the endemic characteristics of Yi embroidery.
Cameron Dietrich, a surfer from Puerto Rico, and his friend, Colin Sutton, saved this turtle immediately they saw it trapped within a fish net. After being rescued, the turtle swam nearby and “hugged” Puerto for gratitude.
Great Wall at Mutianyu topped the list due to its well-preserved construction and splendid view.It is surrounded by The Offerings of the Six Devas- six smaller bronze statues representing deities on their knees offering flowers, incense, a lamp, ointment, fruit and music to the Buddha.