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Let’s give thanks for what the long winter of the pandemic brought out in us

Throughout China, people are celebrating the arrival of spring. I, too, am excited about what flowers I may see or smells I might savour this spring, my first as the UN resident coordinator. As the days go by, temperatures will rise, frozen lakes will melt, and farmers will get to work in their rice paddies. Cities, towns and villages will be showered with rain or shrouded in soft mists.We’ll be seeing and smelling pear blossoms and peach blossoms, azaleas blooming, and cherry blossoms…

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