On the 2nd February 2023 at the Forbidden City Beijing, China, People’s Republic of China, on a wintery day of Beijing, China, People’s Republic of China, in which beautifully astronomical phenomena in which is total rare to see a massive combination of solar halos, double-sided parasols, circumzenithal arcs, and anti-solar arcs in the capital today in which a amazing Astronomical phenomena ….
Sun halos a halo is a ring or light that forms around the sun or moon as the sun or moon light refracts off ice crystals present in a thin veil of cirrus clouds. The halo is usually seen as a bright, white ring although sometimes it can have color.
Circumzenithal arcs are A circumzenithal arc (sometimes known as Bravais’ arc) is a type of Halo. They are formed when sunlight refracts through horizontal ice crystals at such an angle that the light enters the crystal through its flat top face and exits through a side prism face causing the distinctive upside-down rainbow effect. Circumzenithal arcs are relatively common, though a special set of circumstances are required. The sun needs to be more than five, and less than 32 degrees above the horizon, in order that the sunlight can refract in the correct way through the ice crystals to form the smiling, rather than frowning, halo
Via Weir Beijing Photographer blogger…… It is rare to see a combination of solar halos, double-sided parasols, circumzenithal arcs, and anti-solar arcs in the capital today….
On 15th July 2022 Hong Kong SAR-Beijing Time afternoon a new collaboration is under way to rebuilding the Digital Forbidden city on a newest immersion of its 360 Degrees on that day it was announced on the press conference of the pinianxinyanlai Digital Forbidden City was held in the Forbidden City Palace Museum Beijing- China – People’s Republic of China.
Digital Forbidden City is new again On the afternoon of July 15th, The Palace Museum and DingDing will jointly explore the new digital office scene of the Palace Museum introducing an extremely educationally fun fill adventuring exploring though the app ” ForbiddenCity365 ” produced by the Palace Museum was also officially released at the meeting, adding a new window for the audience to enjoy the beauty of the Palace Museum online and understand the ancient architectural culture of the Palace Museum. (The product will be officially launched on July 17th, so stay tuned!). In the future, the Palace Museum will continue to strengthen exchanges and cooperation with technology companies, continuously optimize and improve digital products, and provide more high-quality digital cultural services for the audience.
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In this year’s 2022, the second decade from the turn of the century in Beijing the Capital of China also the People’s Republic of China, in which is also the year of the Tiger, marking its six hundred and two years anniversary of the Forbidden city that marks the transitional point of in between the middle of the Ming Dynasty (1368- 1644) transitionally from Nanjing to Beijing towards the Qing Dynasty (1636-1644-1911) …. The Imperial Palaceseen so many countless seasonally transitional equinoxes but further its six hundred years is iconic, but it’s five hundred ninety nine years it marks it Autumn Equinox…. In which it only took twelve years to build the same of the Daming Palace of The Tang Dynasty Xian Imperial Capital only it was least twenty times larger…
Falling in love with the Forbidden city Spring is in full bloom, and everything is bright. Want to pick up the beauty of spring and enjoy it again and again…….in which the Forbidden City press office has photographs 4K ultra-high-definition wallpapers, leave the beauty on the screen, and spend the whole spring with you recreating blossom stars snowing onto the Forbidden city !
Angela Zhang was born in Zhongli City, Taoyuan County, Taiwan Province of China –People’s Republic of China. In 2001, starred in his first TV series ” Never Give Up “, thus formally entering the entertainment industry. In 2003, she played the heroine Yi Tianbian in the love inspirational idol drama ” Dolphin Bay Lovers “. In 2004, he released his first personal music album ” Over The Rainbow ” . In 2005, with the album ” Aurora “, she was shortlisted for the 16th Taiwan Golden Melody Award Best Chinese Female Singer ; in the same year, she appeared in her first film ” SMS in January ” . In 2006, the third personal music album ” Pandora ” was released ; in the same year, with the TV series ” Love Killing 17 ” , she was nominated for the Best Actress in the 41st Taiwan TV Golden Bell Awards . In 2007, he successively released his personal music albums ” Dream of Flowers ” , ” Ang 5.0 ” and won the Singapore Golden Melody Award There are many awards such as the Best Performing Female Singer Award and the Annual All-round Artist Award . In 2008, with the TV series ” Princess Little Sister “, she was nominated for the heroine of the 43rd Taiwan TV Golden Bell Awards. In 2009, the 6th solo music album ” Season 5 ” was released
In 2012, the 7th solo music album ” Tangible Wings ” was released ; in the same year, he won the 20th China Song Ranking Award for the most popular female singer in Hong Kong and Taiwan . In 2013, the personal music brand “Tianhan Music” was established, and he personally served as the CEO . In 2014, with the album ” Angela Zhang “, he won many awards such as the Best Almighty Artist Award on the Global Chinese Songs Ranking and the Best Album Producer of the Year Award . In 2016, released the 9th solo music album ” Total Occupation ” . In 2018, as the starting lineup, he participated in Hunan Satellite TV’s original singer competition reality show ” Singer 2018 ” . In 2019, released the 10th solo music album
On the Evening Night Day of 21st September 2021Tuesday, it was the One of the many Festive holidays in the Asian Chinese Communities throughout the world in which dates back to the Shang Dynasty 1600-1046 BC also Western Zhou Dynasty 1046- 771 BC.. on that previously day in which on the Mid-Autumn Festival : 中秋節, also known as Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival, is a traditional Chinese festival celebrated by many East and Southeast Asian countries and regions. It is the second-most important holiday after Chinese New Year with a history dating back over 3,000 years, when the Emperor of China worshipped the moon for bountiful harvests….
The festival is held on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese lunisolar calendar with a full moon at night, corresponding to mid-September to early October of the Gregorian calendar. On this day, the Chinese believe that the moon is at its brightest and fullest size, coinciding with harvest time in the middle of autumn….
In the ancient past, there was a hero named Hou Yi who was excellent at archery. His wife was Chang’e. One year, the ten suns rose in the sky together, causing great disaster to the people. Yi shot down nine of the suns and left only one to provide light. An immortal admired Yi and sent him the elixir of immortality. Yi did not want to leave Chang’e and be immortal without her, so he let Chang’e keep the elixir. However, Peng Meng, one of his apprentices, knew this secret. So, on the fifteenth of August in the Chinese lunisolar calendar, when Yi went hunting, Peng Meng broke into Yi’s house and forced Chang’e to give the elixir to him. Chang’e refused to do so. Instead, she swallowed it and flew into the sky. Since she loved her husband and hoped to live nearby, she chose the moon for her residence. When Yi came back and learned what had happened, he felt so sad that he displayed the fruits and cakes Chang’e liked in the yard and gave sacrifices to his wife. People soon learned about these activities, and since they also were sympathetic to Chang’e they participated in these sacrifices with Yi.
After the hero Houyi shot down nine of the ten suns, he was pronounced king by the thankful people. However, he soon became a conceited and tyrannical ruler. In order to live long without death, he asked for the elixir from Xiwangmu. But his wife, Chang’e, stole it on the fifteenth of August because she did not want the cruel king to live long and hurt more people. She took the magic potion to prevent her husband from becoming immortal. Houyi was so angry when discovered that Chang’e took the elixir, he shot at his wife as she flew toward the moon, though he missed. Chang’e fled to the moon and became the spirit of the moon. Houyi died soon because he was overcome with great anger. Thereafter, people offer a sacrifice to Chang’e on every fifteenth day of eighth month to commemorate Chang’e’s action.