Zhang Lianwen, a 上海楼凤品茶微信North China Film performer who once starred in Yanyang Tian, Pioneering
tors. In 1960, he was admitted to the Department of Performance of Beijing Academy of Art. He studied drama
staff went to Daqing to experience life. “Eat, live and work with oil workers for more than a month.” Zhang Lianwen once said, “It was ice and snow, more than 20 degrees below
zero, and they stood on the well platform for more than ten hours a day. If they caught up with the wind, it would be even harder. Only then can
we really realize the difficulty of the oil workers, and know that the passionate bold words in the script are not shouted out in the mouth, they are all done in practice.
What touched Zhang Lianwen even more was listening to the workers’stories about Wang Jinxi. “When experiencing life, I listened to many oil workers’
descriptions of Iron Man, and felt that he was a man of iron clank! It is said that when the rig was transported from the railway station to the well
station, there was still a long way to go. A rig weighed tens of tons. Even after it was disassembled, a part weighed several tons. However, the
transportation equipment was limited. Later, it was Wang Jinxi who organized the workers to lift the
month in the hospital. Since then, his health has deteriorated, often accompanied by a wheelchair.
oqiang gives visitors a glimpse of modern Chinese art. Created specially for this exhibition, hig
hlight pieces include the monumental installation of 10,000 suspended porcelain birds.
Spiraling over visitors’ heads, the birds create a three-dimensional impression of a calligraphic drawing o
f the sacred Mount Lishan, the site of the ancient tomb of China’s first emperor, Qin Shihuang, and his warriors.
Cheng Jingye, Chinese ambassador to Australia, said at the preview ceremony that the exhib
tion represents another highlight in this year’s China-Australia cultural-and-arts exchange.
“I know that the Terracotta Warriors are very familiar with the
journey to Australia,” he says. “In 1982, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the establishment of d
iplomatic relations between China and Australia, Australia was chosen as the destinatio
l kindergarten had used to ask children whether they were involved in gangs went viral on the internet. The local educa
tional bureau said that the research was meant to stop bullies in kindergartens instead of finding gangster members.
A number of regions in China, including Qiannan Buyi and Miao autonomous prefecture in Guizhou, Guangzhou city in Gu
angdong, and the cities of Chizhou and Anqing in Anhui, have decided to reschedule their dragon boat races so as to pr
ovide a quiet environment for gaokaotakers, news portal thepaper.cn reported.
Some places, such as the city of Yueqing in Zhejiang, have banned holding such activities during the gaokao, said the report.
The gaokao, or the national college entrance exam, will take place
on June 7 and 8 this year, coinciding with the Duanwu Festival (aka Dragon Boat F
estival) holiday, when traditionally dragon boat races are held in celebration of the festival.