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June-2-2020
Cirque du Soleil to have comeback show on June 3
Cirque du Soleil's X: The Land of Fantasy, a resident show in Hangzhou, the capital city of East China's Zhejiang province, will be the first production by the Canadian circus company to resume performances on June 3.
June-2-2020
Beijing sees 400,000 students back to school
More than 400,000 students in Beijing on Monday returned to primary and middle schools as the COVID-19 epidemic continues to wane in the Chinese capital.
June-2-2020
Vice premier inspects school resumption in Beijing
Chinese Vice Premier Sun Chunlan has stressed the importance of applying anti-COVID-19 measures amid the reopening of schools across the country.
June-2-2020
National Gallery Singapore launches online festival
A first-ever online art festival for children to play, learn and create with art was launched Monday in Singapore, as part of efforts to bring more art experiences to audiences amid the COVID-19 crisis.
June-2-2020
BiH, UNICEF organize online workshops for teachers
BiH, UNICEF organize online workshops for teachers during COVID-19 lockdown
June-2-2020
1,800-year-old marble faucet with lion's face discovered
A 1,800-year-old Roman marble faucet, shaped as a lion's face, was discovered in northern Israel, the Nature and Parks Authority (NPA) said Monday.
June-2-2020
Rose Queen selected online for first time in Bulgarian town
This year's Rose Queen was selected online for the first time in the central Bulgarian town of Kazanlak on Monday, the organizers said in a press release.
June-2-2020
China launches promotional events for intangible cultural heritage
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism is set to launch a series of promotional events for intangible cultural heritage (ICH) as Cultural and Natural Heritage Day, which falls on June 13 this year, draws near.
June-2-2020
Notre Dame cathedral renovations to resume as forecourt reopens after fire
More than a year after a devastating fire ravaged the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, its forecourt has reopened after it was cleared of dangerous lead pollution.
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