Some good news.
Posted today by the NHC, no new flare-ups yesterday for the cluster of four in Chengong.
Bad news for businesses related to domestic travel industry, suspensions of travel agency tours in Yunnan have been reimposed.
National Geographic Society Explorer Paul Salopek’s "Out of Eden Walk" Yunnan voyage continues.
Three days ago he published a piece about the songs and music of the Bai ethnic minority, titled "This ‘culture of introverts’ prefers to have conversations in song" (8-minute read):
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For a limited time until June 26, 2022, the 66th top floor observatory will be open to public for free. Visiting hours: 14:00 - 21:00, weekends and holidays. One of the best breathtaking views of the cityscape. Great for family. Below the skyscraper is intersection of MRT Line 3 (pink) with Line 2/1.
For those following the tragic saga of the baby calf elephant (born at Kunming Zoo), who was forcibly separated from its mother to perform as solo act elsewhere for profit, there's finally some good news. After months of social media uproar and complaints over the cruel treatments of the calf in tears during training in leaked vids, the calf is soon returning back to our local zoo. The visibly depressed mother and calf will soon be reunited after a brief quarantine period. One extra star for the zoo for adhering to the voices of the public. A step in the right direction. More compassion for our animal friends in captivity.