2020/10/13 COVID-19 Alert: Second Wave Struggle / Sounds of Old Beijing: An Artist’s Collection

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    For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video — Alarm over a second COVID-19 wave – the preventive measures taken as the U.S. and Europe struggle with a rise in confirmed cases. — The sounds of old Beijing life kept alive in a museum. Why they matter in the words of a Chinese British artist.

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