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Bowers of Bliss
2020年3月17日,两个孩子正在玉渊潭公园里休闲。_072569.jpg 2020年3月17日,一名戴着花纹口罩的市民正在街头拍摄盛开_072571.jpg 2020年3月17日,在北京玉渊潭一群鸳鸯正在湖面飞翔。_072572.jpg 2020年3月19日,北京紫竹院公园门口,游客经过红外线测体_072573.jpg 2020年3月22日,元土城遗址公园里,市民戴着口罩在春花中_072574.jpg 2020年3月17日,北京明城墙遗址公园的梅花盛开。_072584.jpg
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  • With their schools closed, children hang out in the Yuyuantan Park in Beijing on March 17
  • Not just the parks, the streets are also alive with colors, like this one with its peach tree in full blossom on March 17, an irresistible subject for photographs every year
  • Mandarin ducks add to the sights in the Yuyuantan Park in west Beijing on March 17
  • A visitor to the Zizhuyuan Park in west Beijing has his temperature checked by an infrared machine before admission on March 19
  • A fitness enthusiast jogs in the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) Ruins Park in Haidian District of Beijing on March 22
  • Plum blossoms set camera phones clicking at the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) Wall Relics Park in the center of Beijing, which also abounds in historical relics, on March 17. One of the relics is a nearly 1.5-km-long stretch of wall that was part of the inner city wall of Beijing
  • 2020年3月17日,两个孩子正在玉渊潭公园里休闲。_072569.jpg
  • 2020年3月17日,一名戴着花纹口罩的市民正在街头拍摄盛开_072571.jpg
  • 2020年3月17日,在北京玉渊潭一群鸳鸯正在湖面飞翔。_072572.jpg
  • 2020年3月19日,北京紫竹院公园门口,游客经过红外线测体_072573.jpg
  • 2020年3月22日,元土城遗址公园里,市民戴着口罩在春花中_072574.jpg
  • 2020年3月17日,北京明城墙遗址公园的梅花盛开。_072584.jpg

The arrival of spring has seen myriads of flowers bloom and created a riot of colors in Beijing. They are a visual treat for the people who have started venturing outside with life getting back to normal. Though the novel coronavirus disease has come under control in China, park visitors have retained their facemasks and disposable gloves to stay safe and keep others safe. 

With the number of visitors to many parks in the capital increasing significantly since late February, the city authorities have strengthened prevention and control measures. It means controlling the number of visitors so that there is no crowding, by reducing the entries to 30-40 percent of what they were in the same period in the previous years.

(Photos by Wei Yao)

Copyedited by Sudeshna Sarkar

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