Wangmucheng Temple, a hot spot for sightseeing, perched on the top of Wangmu Mountain, which is 1,566 meters above sea level, in the northwest of Lichuan City in central China’s Hubei Province. Local people worship Wangmu, or Queen Mother and pray for long life and good fortune
Photo taken on Feb 19 shows cherry blossoms at Wuhan University in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province.
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“Please, just let my daughter go past.” This mother is pleading for passage at a police checkpoint in Hubei province, where the coronavirus was first discovered, so her daughter can get cancer treatment at a hospital in Jiangxi.
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