When the sun is blazing, the green trees bring a touch of coolness to the earth. Since centuries ago, people have been enjoying walking in the shade of trees on hot days, watching green plants, looking at birds, listening to insects...This summer, let's go into the oasis in the city and listen to the call of nature in the midst of green fields, rivers and lakes.
From systematic wine tastings to small drinks with friends, wine is very common in people's lives and is part of human life. Naturally, wine culture is also a part of human society and culture. The culture of drinking and drinking customs can also be seen in a small way to see the culture, historical development, religious beliefs and even personality traits of a nation, country or region. Now, let's start a global wine-tasting journey together to learn about different customs through clucking of glass.
With their streamlined bodies and colorful feathers, these creatures soar in the boundless skies or linger on the calm surfaces of waters. In March, as the temperature rises in the northern hemisphere, migratory birds begin to migrate northwards in spectacular flocks; in the southern hemisphere, where heating days have just gone, the wading and flying ones are enjoy their pre-winter days of revelry. Want to feel the pulse of life? Then bring your binoculars and camera for a bird-watching trip.
Human civilization has been brightened by a long history, and the world's historical and cultural relics continue to tell their stories to generations of people. As priceless treasures shared by all mankind, these relics have witnessed the changes and transformations of human societies and have developed a unique heritage over a long period of time. Exploring cultural relics can better promote exchanges and mutual appreciation among world civilizations, transcend barriers and conflicts, and promote mutual respect and pluralistic coexistence of human civilizations.