Jiaxing’s first batch of Xiaomi cars came.

On April 3rd, the first batch of SU7s of Xiaomi began to be delivered to the owners. Yesterday morning, Mr. Zeng and his son set off from Jiaxing to pick up the car at Xiaomi Automobile Sales and Service Center (Hangzhou Mengma Town Store).

As the first car owner in Jiaxing and even the whole country, Mr. Zeng ordered a "Meteor Blue" millet SU7 inaugural edition. As soon as Xiaomi automobile was launched, everyone paid attention to it. In the sales service center, not only many people came to pick up the car, but also many customers came from all over the country to experience Xiaomi automobile on the spot during the holidays.

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Lovely animals and gorgeous flowers in shenzhen safari park set each other off.

Shenzhen News Network March 1, 2024(Reporter Zhu Weiming correspondent Li Musheng) In the spring of March, flowers bloom and animals love flowers. On March 1st, the reporter learned from shenzhen safari park that the keepers of the park have arranged flowers in some animal homes. When lovely animals meet gorgeous flowers, the strange spots on the animals and the colorful flowers set each other off.
In Golden Monkey Island, zookeepers hang bundles of flowers at suitable heights or insert them on branches. Sichuan golden monkey is full of curiosity about flowers, and they come forward to accept flowers as gifts and appreciate them carefully. The scene is very interesting. The golden-haired Sichuan golden monkey and the bright colors of the flowers set off each other, and there is a unique scene.
Compared with Sichuan golden monkey, ring-tailed lemur’s coat color is not so beautiful, but ring-tailed lemur has a unique long tail with more than 10 black and white rings. Ring-tailed lemurs like flowers as much as Sichuan golden monkeys. Faced with the flowers sent by the breeders, they swarmed and picked them up and couldn’t put them down. At one time, two monkeys held flowers face to face at the same time, or had a "kiss" to stage a warm moment of "sending flowers to express deep love" in the animal kingdom.
Peacocks are in the courtship season, and male peacocks compete to win the "heart" of female peacocks. When proud as a peacock meets flowers, it forms a beautiful and interesting picture.
The zoo keeper introduced that flowers were sent to animals, and the pedicels were strung with raisins, apple pieces, banana slices and other foods. Peanuts, nuts and red dates were hidden in the flowers. These measures make animals feel fresh, bring infinite vitality to animals and keep their foraging ability and interest. This is "animal abundance".
(This article is courtesy of shenzhen safari park) Source: Shenzhen News Network
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What are the traditional customs of Lantern Festival? What is the meaning of Lantern Festival? What are the implications?

In the first month, the first month is the first month, and the fifteenth day of the first month is full of lanterns. Lantern Festival is the night of the first full moon in the New Year. It is a day when lanterns are the custom and dragons and lions are danced. It is also one of the most important folk festivals. On what date is the holiday on the fifteenth day of the first month of this year?

What are the traditional customs of Lantern Festival?

  Step 1 eat yuanxiao

  Eating Yuanxiao on the fifteenth day of the first month is a long-standing custom in China. Yuanxiao is called "Tangyuan", and its ingredients and flavors are different, but eating Yuanxiao represents the same meaning: it represents reunion and beauty, and the days are getting more and more prosperous. As the saying goes, "Harmony makes money" shows how important family harmony and family reunion are to a complete family. Therefore, we must eat "Yuanxiao" with our families on the Lantern Festival. What’s the difference between Yuanxiao and Tangyuan?

  2. Decorate with lanterns

  Since the Lantern Festival custom was formed, it has been a great event for thousands of years to watch the lanterns with 15 lanterns in the first month. On this night, countless people played and watched the lights. Everyone stayed up all night, having fun and being very lively.

  3. solve riddles on the lanterns

  "solve riddles on the lanterns", also known as "playing riddles", is a Lantern Festival activity added after the Southern Song Dynasty. Lantern riddles first developed from riddles, which hung from lamps for people to guess and shoot, and began in the Southern Song Dynasty. Because riddles are enlightening and interesting, they are welcomed by all walks of life.

  Step 4 play dragon lantern

  Playing dragon lantern, also known as dragon lantern or dragon dance. Its origin can be traced back to ancient times. Legend has it that as early as the Yellow Emperor, in a large-scale song and dance called "Qingjiao", there was an image of a leading bird played by a man, and then a dance scene with six dragons interspersed with each other was arranged.

  Step 5 walk on stilts

  Walking on stilts is a popular folk mass performance. Stilts originally belong to one of the hundreds of ancient dramas in China, which appeared as early as the Spring and Autumn Period.

  6. lion dance

  "Lion Dance", also known as "Lion Dance" and "Peace Music", is usually performed by three people: one acts as the lion’s head, the other acts as the lion’s body and hind feet, and the other acts as the lion leader. There are also civil and military dances. The literary dance shows the gentleness of the lion, and there are actions such as shaking hair and rolling. Martial lion shows the fierceness of the lion, including prancing, pushing high and rolling colored balls.

  7. walking away from all diseases

  Walking away from all diseases is a custom in the north since the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It is also called walking away from all diseases, dispersing all diseases, baking all diseases, walking on bridges, etc. It is an activity to eliminate disasters and pray for health. On the night of Lantern Festival, women meet and travel together, and when they see a bridge, they must cross it, thinking that this can cure diseases and prolong life.

  8. Rat by rat

  This activity is mainly for sericulture families. Because rats often eat silkworms in large areas at night. It is said that on the fifteenth day of the first month, the mouse can be fed rice porridge, so it can stop eating silkworms. As a result, these people cooked a large pot of sticky porridge on the fifteenth day of the first month, and some of them covered it with a layer of meat. They put the porridge in a bowl and put it in the ceiling, corner and mouth where mice were infested, cursing the mice that they would not die a natural death if they ate silkworm babies again.

  9. Sacrifice doors and households

  In ancient times, there were "seven sacrifices", which were two of them. The method of sacrifice is to insert poplar branches above the door, insert a pair of chopsticks in a bowl filled with bean porridge, or put wine and meat directly in front of the door.

What does Lantern Festival mean?

  Lantern Festival is a folk activity in China, which originated in the Han Dynasty. The first month is the first month of the lunar calendar. The ancients called the night "Xiao", so they called the fifteenth day of the first month the Lantern Festival. The 15th day of the first month is the night of the first full moon in a year, and it is also the beginning of the Yuan Dynasty. On the night in spring returns, people celebrate this and celebrate the continuation of the Spring Festival. Lantern Festival is also called "Shangyuan Festival". The origin of the Lantern Festival

  Lantern Festival in a broad sense refers to various activities to celebrate the Lantern Festival.

What’s the sign of Lantern Festival?

  In fact, the meaning of Lantern Festival is similar to that of Chinese New Year, so let’s have a lively reunion! Only after the Lantern Festival, the students have to go back to class, so the Lantern Festival is probably the last time for the student party to play in the winter vacation. Now, many people also feel that the taste of festivals is getting weaker and weaker, but Xiao Bian feels that as long as the family is reunited, every day is a festival.

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2023 FISU Football World Cup: Beijing Normal University won the women’s football championship.

The women’s football team of Beijing Normal University won the women’s team championship of the 2023 FISU Football World Cup. Photo courtesy of Propaganda Department of Jinjiang Municipal Committee

On October 31st, 2023, the battle for the women’s championship of the FISU Football World Cup was held in Jinjiang Football Training Center, Fujian Province. The women’s football team of Beijing Normal University (in blue) played against the women’s football team of paulista University in Brazil. The two sides fought fiercely for 120 minutes and drew 2-2. Finally, Beijing Normal University defeated its rival paulista University in Brazil with a total score of 7-6 to win the championship.

The women’s football team of Beijing Normal University (in blue) and the women’s football team of paulista University in Brazil are in the competition. Photo courtesy of Propaganda Department of Jinjiang Municipal Committee

Beijing normal university women’s football team celebrates victory. Photo courtesy of Propaganda Department of Jinjiang Municipal Committee

The women’s football team of Beijing Normal University (in blue) and the women’s football team of paulista University in Brazil are in the competition. Photo courtesy of Propaganda Department of Jinjiang Municipal Committee

Beijing normal university women’s football team celebrates winning the championship. Photo courtesy of Propaganda Department of Jinjiang Municipal Committee

Feminine softness is more powerful than you think.

Author | Zhao Wanxi

Edit | Xiao Feng

Title map | "Full-time"

In the history of literature and art, women have always been closely related to "softness".

Flowers bloom at the beginning, harmonious and beautiful, which is "feminine"; Harmonious personality, harmonious family, is for "suppleness"; Strong and determined, strong and strong, it is "flexible" …

"Softness" has become a specific gesture and social feature of women. However, erasing all kinds of extensions and deduction attached to "softness" and returning to "softness" itself, what is softness?

Earlier than the famous "Spring" incident, in 1916, Duchamp bought an Underwood typewriter and gave it to someone, leaving the cover behind to make the work Traveler’s Folding Item (1916), which became the first "soft ready made" created by Duchamp.

Duchamp, The Traveler’s Fold, 1916.

It was not until the post-modernism movement in the 1960s that artists really began to get rid of the limitations of traditional art forms and began to explore new materials and expressions.

The choice of materials such as cloth, fur, rope, rubber, paper, leather, vinyl plastic and so on emphasizes natural forces (such as gravity and heat) and metaphorical meaning, and also becomes the carrier of themes such as body, family, gender and power.

Contemporary art constantly explores physical properties and soft artistic expression. Softness has become a retrospective and questioning of art history, and it has also changed new materials or combined with digital technology in order to diversify forms and make media experiments plastic.

Recently, curator Zhu Yujie and 15 contemporary artists jointly presented an art exhibition, which gave "Rou" another brand-new interpretation.

The name of the exhibition is "the soft one becomes a success", and "the soft one" is the soft thing; "Bearing" means bearing, supporting and inheriting.

Artists use painting, sculpture, installation, video, sound and other artistic forms to express their unique experience and thinking about "softness".

We came to the exhibition site, met several of the artists, and had a few conversations with them about the "soft people".

Soft amorphous

Lin Fanglu, an artist, brought her two works "She’s Landscape" and "She’s Deconstructive Painting", which are the inspiration output after working and living with many local women during her creative period in Yunnan.

Lin Fanglu, She is a landscape, 2022, cotton cloth, cotton thread, 230 x 300 x 60 cm.

"Although these local women have not received systematic art education, they have been insisting on artistic work. I think what they have made is a work of art.. Therefore, I hope to tell their stories. " Lin Fanglu said.

Ordinary cotton cloth and cotton thread are sewn and dyed by Bai people’s tie-dyeing technology for dozens of days or even months … A unique "sculpture" with attractive texture and ups and downs is presented.

Lin Fanglu was not satisfied with making a plane work, but used various flower-tying techniques she studied and learned in the village, combined with local culture, and made flexible materials three-dimensional, attracting the audience to reach out and touch.

Lin Fanglu, She’s Deconstructive Painting, 2021, cotton cloth, cotton thread, 65x90cm.

Breaking the traditional concept of ritual, artist Yin Xiuzhen created "Rite" with ceramics and old clothes, which made the audience return to the era of ritual music instantly.

Yin Xiuzhen, series of sacrificial vessels, 2015-2016, porcelain and old clothes, 36×25×27cm, 57×38×49.5cm, 77×38×47cm, 54×46×50cm and 44×38×40cm.

Yin Xiuzhen is a leading figure in China’s behavior and installation art since the early 1990s. In the process of making ceramics, she found some cracks in ceramics, so she skillfully developed these cracks into holes and cracks and stuffed old clothes fragments into them.

Clothes fragments inhabit people’s memory, spirit and temperament, and pass through cold and hard ceramic cracks, just like the bud of growth.

The visual density gives the Rite a different sense of breathing. People and ceramics seem to be integrated, resulting in a symbiotic relationship.

Opposite the Ritual, an open door is full of flowers. This is the work "Flowers in Every Door" by artist Ai Jing.

Ai Jing, Every Fan Has Flowers #2, 2012, antiques and flowers, 137 x 296 cm.

In the 1990s, Ai Jing used a song "My 1997" to spread all over the country. Now, she has been on the road of professional art for more than ten years.

She said: "Moving from music to visual arts is like opening a door, in which we may have all kinds of adventures and tests, tears and pains, loneliness and helplessness, but I firmly believe that we will eventually welcome our own flowers."

Tong Wenmin’s The Waves is the only performance art work in the exhibition "The Gentle Is the Success".

Tong Min, Waves, 2019, V-band video (color, audio)

After years of practice in performance art, Tong Wenmin often focuses on the intersection of the external world and individual perception, opening the mysterious world of the integration of man and nature and public space for the viewer.

She once put a mirror on her back and hung upside down in the pine forest for more than 20 minutes, thus creating Reflection-Pine Forest.

Tong Wenmin, Reflection-Pine Forest, 2017, Behavior, Chongqing, China, single-frequency video (color, audio), 5 minutes and 0 seconds.

She used to stick scotch tape on the village road she walked through, and then wrapped it back in the original road, wrapped it into a huge sphere, and created Local Records.

Tong Wenmin, Local Records, 2018, Behavior, Single-frequency video (color, audio) in Damoyu Village, Yunnan, China, 11’00 "

During her stay in Fukushima, Japan, she climbed a dense tree and lay quietly for more than two hours, and then "Zhi" was born …

Tong Wenmin, Zhi, 2018, Behavior, Fukushima, single-frequency video (color, audio), 53 minutes and 08 seconds.

Waves was her inspiration during her stay on an island in Malaysia.

"I have always been interested in peripheral movements. The waves are a kind of peripheral movement for me. The ocean accounts for 3/4 of the earth’s area, but what you can always see is the sea area in front of you. You can touch the sea, the waves can brush you, and even you can jump into a sea, but the waters you touch are always limited. The whole movement of the waves is related to the earth’s rotation, the energy of the whole universe and various gravitations, but you can only see a little tip and feel the invisible whole energy through the tip. "

When writing, she closed her eyes, completely relaxed and felt the movement of the waves wholeheartedly. "Sometimes I can’t hear any sound, but a wave suddenly hits me; Sometimes I hear a rumbling sound and think there will be a big wave. I wait for a long time, but nothing touches me at all. I am waiting for an unknown arrival, waiting for this external force, and then using my body to resolve it. "

At the exhibition site, Tong Wenmin was interviewed.

Two sides of women

This red crystal bead curtain is the work "LEAVE ME ALONE" created by artist Cai Yaling in 2019.

Cai Yaling, LEAVE ME ALONE, 2019, crystal beads and stainless steel wires, 200x90cm.

This sentence was heard by Cai Yaling from a female friend her age. In those few years, there were many articles on the Internet to guide women, such as "What kind of women are good to marry" and "How should women maintain themselves". "Her words just represent a voice of many women at the moment. We don’t need too much guidance and requirements. For us, it is more important to listen to our own voices and show our attitude." Cai Yaling thinks it is necessary to record this sentence.

She adopted the form of bead curtain. The red bead curtain looks like a banner from a distance, and the slogan of the banner represents a kind of guidance. On the other hand, the bead curtain looks very soft, seems to be constantly hesitating and floating, and is easy to be scattered and destroyed, but in fact, its own material is very hard. When it is not moved, it will be clearly solidified after the precipitation of time.

Through this work, Cai Yaling hopes to tell the audience who saw it to be loyal to their own hearts and get rid of those noises that should not be heard.

Her creation advances with a kind of ignorance and intuition. Using different materials often conveys different aspects of "softness".

In the work Goddess, which was not exhibited in this exhibition, Cai Yaling used the traditional pasta in her hometown of Shanxi, which was the most familiar material when she was a child, to shape the female body.

Cai Yaling, Goddess, 2022, Flour, Yeast, Preservative, Glass Plate, 120x55x6cm.

When studying figurative sculpture in the Central Academy of Fine Arts, the pursuit has always been the fullness of the body. The traditional method is to pat the mud up and then flatten it, and the pasta will naturally become full after fermentation, kneading and steaming.

"Once your yeast is not put right and the water is put less, it will become dry and wrinkled, showing yellow and black spots. I think these things are closely related to our identity. In my life, I have seen my own body, my mother’s body and my children’s body. These bodies will gradually show aging because of constant development, breastfeeding or work. So, I used this material to make some female bodies. "

In addition, pasta has another meaning. It can be eaten. "It’s a bit like many of us women. In our daily life, in our work, she gradually disappears."

Cai Yaling’s understanding of women’s "softness" in Shanxi is tenacious. "Her tears, her anger and her joy will not be expressed outside, but will go inside, through her heart and through her body."

Since childhood, she has seen the lives of many aunts, sisters and elders around her. "They seldom go to anger and abuse, but when they encounter something, they are often willing to take responsibility and do what they should do well. They are not eager to get any praise and rewards. They think that this should be done. This tenacity will make their hearts stronger and thicker, and gradually exercise an iron heart. "

Just like Shen Tao, the heroine in her favorite mountains may depart, "At the end of the movie, she danced alone in the flying snow in front of Wenfeng Tower, and decided to forget everything around her, forget the sufferings she had experienced in previous years (what others thought), and try to make herself a snowflake or a dust between heaven and earth. She accepts this fate. "

Figure/"mountains may depart"

"But when faced with injustice, she will turn into Qiaoqiao in Jianghu Children, stand up and show her chivalrous side." Cai Yaling said.

Figure/"Jianghu Children"

Different female artists use different materials and languages to honestly express their physical feelings as women, showing the relationship between women and space, women and power, and women and society.

There are not only female artists, but also many male artists at the exhibition site. Their works are soft, light, hard or huge, independent, interactive and intertwined, which endows "softness" with a richer interpretation and definition.

Flexibility can be said to have neither shape nor meaning. Those who are soft will succeed, and they will also succeed in this ever-changing "new".

Proofreading: Yang Chao Typesetting: Zhao Wanxi