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  • Largest Domestically-developed Shield Tunneling Machine R...

    [2020.09.28]

    A supersized shield tunneling machine rolled off the production line at the Changsha No. 1 Industrial Park of the China Railway Construction Heavy Industry Corporation (CRCHI) on September 27. The machine, with its largest cutter diameter being as long as 16.07 meters, is 150 meters long, weighs 4,300 tonnes and is the largest of its kind ever developed in China.

  • Epic Dance Drama “Da Di Song Ge” Makes Changsha Debut

    [2020.09.28]

    On the evening of September 27, the epic dance drama “Da Di Song Ge (the Ode to Hometown)” made its debut at the Changsha Meixihu International Culture and Art Center.

  • Resource-saving & Environment-friendly Society--Themed Tr...

    [2020.09.28]

    An exhibition showing Changsha’s achievements in building a resource-saving and environment-friendly society (hereafter referred to as ‘Two-oriented’ Society) over the past 13 years was held at the Yingwanzhen Station on Changsha Metro Line 2 on September 27. A Two-oriented Society-themed train was launched simultaneously.

  • Intangible Cultural Heritage Activities During National D...

    [2020.09.28]

    A series of intangible cultural heritage activities will be held during the upcoming National Day Holiday.

  • Daily Update on COVID-19 Cases in Hunan on September 27

    [2020.09.28]

    During the 24 hours of September 27, there were no new asymptomatic COVID-19 cases reported in Hunan. There were no new cases out of quarantine. There were no people under medical observation.

  • Exhibition of Collections from Inner Mongolia Art Museum ...

    [2020.09.27]

    An exhibition of collections from the Inner Mongolia Art Museum and oil paintings of the Grassland Painting School opened at the Li Zijian Art Museum in Changsha on September 26. It showcases 271 pieces of traditional Chinese paintings, oil paintings, prints, watercolors, sculptures, and works of other art categories. It is open to the public free of charge, and will run until November 1.