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The cultural center of the Jinpu New Area also arranged some courses for them to know about other traditional Chinese culture such as Chinese calligraphy, seal cutting, folk dance, paper-cutting, and potteryTen students from Nigeria and Zambia learned how to perform Chinese lion dance at the Jinpu New Area in Dalian, Northeast China's Liaoning provinceDuring the 35-day training course, they learned from Li Mingxu, the fifth generation successor of the Jinzhou Lion Dance, a provincial intangible cultural heritage that has been passed from generation to generation for more than a centuryThey kept practicing from morning until night, trying to master the basic skills of lion dance, routines and instrumental music within a short periodThe training course on the Chinese lion dance is part of the 2017 China Africa Cultures in Focus, an activity held by the Bureau for External Cultural Relations of Chinese Ministry of Culture to strengthen the cultural communication between China and African countriesThe cultural center of the Jinpu New Area has undertaken the course for three consecutive years since 2015Only a short walk from the National Mall, it looks like a good place to live, work and hang outHyra described the massive transformation in the U Street/Shaw area, where the city's once most infamous open-air drug market has become a farmers' market now selling grass-fed beef and homemade duck egg ravioliThe area has seen a sharp increase in the white population and skyrocketing property prices, a sign of gentrification in the Washington DCLocated in southwest Washington along the waterfront next to the famed Maine Avenue Fish Market, its first phase will open on Oct 12Hyra described how the "dark ghetto" has been turned into a "gilded ghetto"Chen Weihua/China DailyHaving lived in Washington DC for almost five years, I have seen the city growing, with new construction and renovation projects happening in many streets and neighborhoodsHis book this year, Race, Class, and Politics in the Cappuccino City, is the result of his many years of field research on the issuesThe Wharf residential and business project I visited recently is probably one of the biggestThe U Street/Shaw and 14th Street area has fast been turned into an upscale neighborhood in recent years, with many new restaurants and shops opening and new apartment constructionThe area, a 90 percent black neighborhood just a few decades ago, was only 30 percent African American by 2010To Hyra, it has caused not just residential displacement for African Americans but also political and cultural displacementHe saw major issues of gentrification and segregation in Washington beneath the surface of rapid urban renewalThese changes may look pleasant, but not quite so to Derek Hyra, an associate professor at the American University School of Public Affairs and an expert on neighborhood changeThe 14th Street near U Street, a traditional African American neighborhood, is now lined up with hip restaurants and bars in this photo taken on SundayWhites are the majority now, accounting for 55 percent of the communityThe same urban renewal is happening in other parts of WashingtonThe United Nations weather agency says the past 10 years were likely the hottest decade since scientists began keeping records.In a new report, the World Meteorological Organization, or WMO, blames the rising temperatures mainly on greenhouse gases produced by human activities."Average temperatures for the five-year, 2015-to-2019 and 10-year, 2010-to-2019 periods are almost certain to be the highest on record," the WMO said.The report predicted that 2019 would become the second- or third-warmest year on record.Final temperature measurements will not be available for several months.Petteri Taalas is the Secretary-General of the WMO.He says severe heatwaves and floods that used to happen about once every hundred years have become "regular" events."Countries ranging from the Bahamas to Japan to Mozambique suffered the effect of devastating tropical cyclones.

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