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Yunnan lights up landmark buildings for Wuhan
Yunnan Gateway 2020-02-10 16:43:57

From February 8 to 10, the decorative lights on landmark buildings across Yunnan province are specially lit up to form encouraging signs in Chinese that read either "Add oil, China!” or “Add oil, Wuhan!"

Starting at 20:00 in the evening, the light-up activity lasts 30 minutes in an effort to show local support to the Wuhan city in central China's Hubei province, which is plagued by a novel coronavirus nowadays. Here are the landmark buildings in some Yunnan cities and prefectures. 

In Kunming

Lijiang 

Dali 

 
 
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Black-necked cranes seen wintering in enchanting habitat In pics: Huize old town set to usher in Spring Festival Long-street feast set up in Yuanyang for Angmatu Festival Fuxian Lake boasts first-class water in 2019 Tibet tourism set to boom
 
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