China Daily (Hong Kong) - - PAGE TWO -

The color of the year is green, ac­cord­ing to global color author­ity Pan­tone. Although the spe­cific hue is pea shade, green in gen­eral is al­ready fea­tur­ing in fash­ion weeks and street snaps. Many lux­ury brands have re­cently re­leased their green hand­bags, and you have prob­a­bly seen some on the streets. art of Ti­betan Bud­dhist paint­ing. It shows dozens of paint­ings cre­ated by es­tab­lished artists and emerg­ing thangka painters in re­cent years, and features metic­u­lous de­lim­i­ta­tions of lines and thick, bal­anced shad­ing of col­ors. The dis­played works show the tech­ni­cal in­her­i­tance of ma­jor thangka schools, and ex­hibit an in­fu­sion of modern paint­ing styles. The ex­hi­bi­tion con­tin­ues through Jan 18. Meet­ing Af­fec­tive Dis­or­der refers to a form of bore­dom that oc­curs in re­la­tion to manda­tory meet­ings, most com­monly those cen­tered around a pre­sen­ta­tion. Symp­toms in­clude dif­fi­culty stay­ing awake and day­dream­ing.

Meet­ing Af­fec­tive

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