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Date Followers Followings Media Count Engagement Rate
14 Feb, 2021
1,821,877
+127,651
618
1,526
0.00%
04 Jul, 2020
1,760,405
+65,699
481
1,388
1.47%
02 Jun, 2020
1,747,229
+50,734
471
1,365
1.86%
24 May, 2020
1,741,896
+45,138
471
1,360
1.83%
12 May, 2020
1,733,200
+34,824
465
1,352
1.90%
12 Mar, 2020
1,706,489
+6,997
440
1,304
2.15%
10 Mar, 2020
1,706,174
+6,509
440
1,302
2.11%
05 Mar, 2020
1,704,446
+4,410
440
1,298
1.74%
03 Mar, 2020
1,703,964
+3,631
440
1,296
1.51%
27 Feb, 2020
1,702,022
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439
1,292
1.32%
20 Feb, 2020
1,700,333
-3,631
439
1,286
1.44%
15 Feb, 2020
1,700,036
-4,410
439
1,282
1.39%
13 Feb, 2020
1,699,665
-6,509
439
1,281
1.23%
10 Feb, 2020
1,699,492
-6,997
439
1,279
1.18%
08 Feb, 2020
1,698,376
-34,824
439
1,277
1.28%
Feb 14, 2021 09:57
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Happy Lunar New Year! Today is the beginning of the New Year in China and several other Asian countries and cultures that follow the lunar calendar. The celebration will last for 11 days, and is known as the Spring Festival in mainland China. According to the Chinese zodiac, which features a 12-year cycle with each year represented by a specific animal, it’s also the Year of the Ox. In Tibet, which follows a slightly different version of the lunar calendar, it's also the start of the New Year. And it's also the Year of the Ox, but the ox's bovine cousin, the yak, gets its own festival, which falls on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Tibetan calendar. Yaks or ox, I love them both! #happyyearoftheox #springfestival #happylunarnewyear #lunarnewyear #losar #yearofthe0x
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#lunarnewyear #losar #springfestival #happyyearoftheox #yearofthe0x
Feb 14, 2021 09:57
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Practice makes perfect: February 12 marks the beginning of Losar, the Tibetan New Year. The celebration lasts for 15 days with much prayer, dance, and ceremony. In Labrang Monastery, novice monks (trapa), practice blowing the dungchen, the Tibetan long horn, used in Buddhist ceremonies and call to prayer. The sound is compared to the singing of elephants. Happy Tibetan New Year! #losar #tibetannewyear #labrangmonastery #xiahe #tibetanmusic #dungchen
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#tibetanmusic #xiahe #dungchen #tibetannewyear #losar
Feb 14, 2021 09:57
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The new normal: A year after the pandemic began, China now faces the challenge of preventing the virus from spreading more deeply into its vast rural areas during the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday when hundreds of millions of people typically travel from big cities to their rural hometowns (chunyun in Chinese). Typically, 300 million migrant workers make the trip home by train. This year, the State Council, China’s cabinet, issued an unusual call to the public for people to stay put and avoid nonessential trips during the Lunar New Year period. Here’s the way it looked 5 years ago shooting a story on China’s railways. From the over-crowded station waiting rooms and platforms, to jam packed 3rd class seating, these were some of the most challenging locations I’ve ever worked in. #chinesenewyear2021 #springfestival #yearoftheox #chunyun
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#springfestival #chunyun #yearoftheox #chinesenewyear2021
Feb 14, 2021 09:57
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Some things don’t change: The 2600-year old Shwedagon Pagoda, photographed on my first trip to Myanmar in 2001, is the oldest in Myanmar. Every morning at sunrise, the Buddhist faithful volunteer to sweep the grounds of the country's most sacred site. The gilded 170-meter pagoda, now a World Heritage site, sits atop a 50-meter hill dominating the Yangon skyline. On my first visit, photojournalists were not permitted to enter the country. The same restrictions on working journalists are in place today, and are expected to get more stringent, now that the military has seized power of the government. #shwedagonpagoda #shwedagon #yangonlife #yangon #myanmar #worldheritagesite
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#shwedagon #yangonlife #worldheritagesite #shwedagonpagoda #myanmar
Feb 14, 2021 09:57
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View from my window: Snow Country, Chester New Jersey. This morning’s fresh coating of snow adds to Monday nor’easters record breaking 30 inches. #chesternj #newjerseyphotography #jersey #ilovechesternj
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#jersey #newjerseyphotography #chesternj #ilovechesternj
Feb 14, 2021 09:57
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Seemingly floating atop of Indawgyi Lake, is the Shwe Myintzu Pagoda, a revered pilgrimage site housing sacred Buddhist relics. The power of the spirit world is evidenced by the scene around the lake, its shores sparsely populated due to the belief that it is home to a fierce demon. Mysticism snd spirituality pervade the country of Myanmar, even while the upheaval of its civilian government by the military using unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud in recent democratic elections. Pilgrims walk across the causeway to toss corn like confetti to attract and feed thousands of sea gulls in the hope that this act of kindness to the birds will help them avoid returning to life as one of them.  #shwemyintzupagoda #myanmar #indawgyilake
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#myanmar #shwemyintzupagoda #indawgyilake
Feb 14, 2021 09:57
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A troubling new dawn in Myanmar: Bagan is an ancient city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and since 2011, one of Myanmar's most popular tourist and pilgrimage sites. From the 9th to 13th centuries, the city was the capital of the Pagan Kingdom that unified the regions that would later constitute Myanmar. During the kingdom's height between the 11th and 13th centuries, more than 10,000 Buddhist temples and pagodas were constructed in the Bagan plains alone, of which the remains of over 2200 temples and pagodas survive. "Temples of gold” is how Marco Polo described them in his Travels of Marco Polo -- “… and when they are lighted up by the sun they shine most brilliantly and are visible from a vast distance.” The age and majesty of these gold-plated temples are reminders that despite current troubling political upheavals, Myanmar is an ancient land that has prevailed throughout ever-shifting alliances and wars for hundreds of years. #bagan #myanmar #bagansunrise #worldheritage
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#myanmar #worldheritage #bagansunrise #bagan
Feb 14, 2021 09:57
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In Hokkaido, larch and birch trees are layered against the landscape as if by design. The birch is known in Japan as Shirakaba, which translates to white wood and beauty. It blends into the snowy winter landscape, and as seasons change, it contrasts with the greens of summer. And the larch, native to Japan, with its pyramidal shape, is a counterpoint to the statuesque birch. In any season, Hokkaido, Japan's most northerly island, is a landscape photographers paradise. #landscapephotography #snowscape #birchtrees #larchtrees #hokkaidowinter
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#snowscape #landscapephotography #hokkaidowinter #birchtrees #larchtrees
Feb 14, 2021 09:57
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Steaming sulfurous fumaroles on the active volcano Asahi-dake mark the fiery heart of Japan's largest and wildest national park, Daisetsuzan. Despite its plentiful powder and belching volcanic vents, Asahi-dake is too remote to draw the crowds from the more popular ski resorts down below.  Only the heartiest and most experienced backcountry skiers who take on the mountain's challenge are rewarded by some of the deepest and lightest snow in the world.  #Japan #AsahiDake #volcano #skiing #hokkaido #japan  #Daisetsuzan
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#daisetsuzan #hokkaido #volcano #japan #asahidake
Feb 14, 2021 09:57
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White on white: An old growth forest of birch buried under a blanket of snow atop Mount Asahidake, Hokkaido’s highest summit and one of the worlds snowiest places averaging 45 feet of powder a season. #asahidake #daisetsuzannationalpark #hokkaido #hokkaidolove #snowcoveredtrees #snowmountain
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#asahidake #snowcoveredtrees #hokkaido #daisetsuzannationalpark #hokkaidolove