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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY-EDUCATION
RTX8A3PC
November 17, 2020
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from...
SOLINGEN, Germany
Virtual schooling during the spread of the coronavirus disease in Solingen
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from his home office during a virtual English lesson, at Alexander Coppel Gesamtschule school during the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Solingen, Germany November 17, 2020. Honnen, who has not been tested positive for COVID-19, stays in quarantine after contact with an infected pupil during sports lessons. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY-EDUCATION
RTX8A3PB
November 17, 2020
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from...
SOLINGEN, Germany
Virtual schooling during the spread of the coronavirus disease in Solingen
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from his home office during a virtual English lesson, at Alexander Coppel Gesamtschule school during the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Solingen, Germany November 17, 2020. Honnen, who has not been tested positive for COVID-19, stays in quarantine after contact with an infected pupil during sports lessons. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY-EDUCATION
RTX8A3PA
November 17, 2020
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from...
SOLINGEN, Germany
Virtual schooling during the spread of the coronavirus disease in Solingen
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from his home office during a virtual English lesson, at Alexander Coppel Gesamtschule school during the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Solingen, Germany November 17, 2020. Honnen, who has not been tested positive for COVID-19, stays in quarantine after contact with an infected pupil during sports lessons. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY-EDUCATION
RTX8A3P2
November 17, 2020
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from...
SOLINGEN, Germany
Virtual schooling during the spread of the coronavirus disease in Solingen
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from his home office during a virtual English lesson, at Alexander Coppel Gesamtschule school during the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Solingen, Germany November 17, 2020. Honnen, who has not been tested positive for COVID-19, stays in quarantine after contact with an infected pupil during sports lessons. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY-EDUCATION
RTX8A3P1
November 17, 2020
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from...
SOLINGEN, Germany
Virtual schooling during the spread of the coronavirus disease in Solingen
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from his home office during a virtual English lesson, at Alexander Coppel Gesamtschule school during the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Solingen, Germany November 17, 2020. Honnen, who has not been tested positive for COVID-19, stays in quarantine after contact with an infected pupil during sports lessons. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY-EDUCATION
RTX8A3OZ
November 17, 2020
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from...
SOLINGEN, Germany
Virtual schooling during the spread of the coronavirus disease in Solingen
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from his home office during a virtual English lesson, at Alexander Coppel Gesamtschule school during the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Solingen, Germany November 17, 2020. Honnen, who has not been tested positive for COVID-19, stays in quarantine after contact with an infected pupil during sports lessons. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY-EDUCATION
RTX8A3P0
November 17, 2020
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from...
SOLINGEN, Germany
Virtual schooling during the spread of the coronavirus disease in Solingen
Teacher Eike Postler holds a tablet computer on which quarantined teacher Tobias Honnen is seen from his home office during a virtual English lesson, at Alexander Coppel Gesamtschule school during the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Solingen, Germany November 17, 2020. Honnen, who has not been tested positive for COVID-19, stays in quarantine after contact with an infected pupil during sports lessons. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
AUSTRALIA-REMEMBRANCEDAY/OPERA HOUSE
RTX88R2G
November 11, 2020
A person uses a tablet to take a photo of poppies projected onto the Sydney Opera House in observance...
Sydney, Australia
A person takes a photo of poppies projected on the Opera House in observance of Remembrance Day in Sydney...
A person uses a tablet to take a photo of poppies projected onto the Sydney Opera House in observance of Remembrance Day, commemorating the signing of the peace agreement that ended the first World War and honouring those who served, in Sydney, Australia, November 11, 2020. REUTERS/Loren Elliott
USA-ELECTION/REACTION
RTX8813Y
November 08, 2020
A man watches U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's victory speech on a tablet in a car in Washington, U.S.,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A man watches U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's victory speech on a tablet in a car in Washington
A man watches U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's victory speech on a tablet in a car in Washington, U.S., November 7, 2020. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
USA-ELECTION/BIDEN
RTX8725U
November 04, 2020
Lydia Massey and Nancy Cook of Dover, Delaware look at voting results on a tablet computer in the parking...
Wilmington, UNITED STATES
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden holds his 2020 U.S. presidential election night rally in Wilmington,...
Lydia Massey and Nancy Cook of Dover, Delaware look at voting results on a tablet computer in the parking lot where U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will hold his 2020 U.S. presidential election night event as a drive-in rally because of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic social distancing, in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S., November 3, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Segar
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX866T3
October 31, 2020
City of Madison employee Kaifat Lee checks in a patient on a tablet at a drive-thru COVID-19 testing...
Madison, UNITED STATES
Drive-thru COVID-19 testing in Madison, Wisconsin
City of Madison employee Kaifat Lee checks in a patient on a tablet at a drive-thru COVID-19 testing site inside the Alliant Energy Center complex, as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues in Madison, Wisconsin, U.S., October 31, 2020. REUTERS/Bing Guan
IVORYCOAST-ELECTION/
RTX864NQ
October 31, 2020
An election official uses a tablet to identify a voter at a polling office during the presidential election...
ABODO, Cote D'Ivoire
An election official uses a tablet to identify a voter at a polling office during the presidential election...
An election official uses a tablet to identify a voter at a polling office during the presidential election in Abodo on the outskirts of Abidjan, Ivory Coast October 31, 2020. REUTERS/Ange Aboa
IVORYCOAST-ELECTION/
RTX864NJ
October 31, 2020
Election officials set up a tablet to identify voters before the the opening of a polling office during...
ABODO, Cote D'Ivoire
Election officials set up a tablet to identify voters before the the opening of a polling office during...
Election officials set up a tablet to identify voters before the the opening of a polling office during the presidential election in Abodo on the outskirts of Abidjan, Ivory Coast October 31, 2020. REUTERS/Ange Aboa
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX84YJA
October 25, 2020
Mark Winkelman (C) helps a North Dakota family check in on a tablet for self-administered COVID-19 saliva...
Moorhead, UNITED STATES
North Dakota residents receive coronavirus saliva tests in Moorhead, Minnesota
Mark Winkelman (C) helps a North Dakota family check in on a tablet for self-administered COVID-19 saliva tests at a testing site inside the former Thomas Edison Elementary School, as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues in Moorhead, Minnesota, U.S., October 25, 2020. REUTERS/Bing Guan
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX84YGF
October 25, 2020
A worker helps a North Dakota resident use a tablet to check in for her self-administered COVID-19 saliva...
Moorhead, UNITED STATES
North Dakota residents receive coronavirus saliva tests in Moorhead, Minnesota
A worker helps a North Dakota resident use a tablet to check in for her self-administered COVID-19 saliva tests at a testing site inside the former Thomas Edison Elementary School, as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues in Moorhead, Minnesota, U.S., October 25, 2020. REUTERS/Bing Guan
NORWAY-OIL/WORKERS
RTX83GYW
October 19, 2020
Magne Andre Sollid, a process technician at Equinor's Johan Sverdrup field holds a tablet he is using...
OFFSHORE, Norway
Sollid, a process technician at Equinor's Johan Sverdrup field holds a tablet he is using to inspect...
Magne Andre Sollid, a process technician at Equinor's Johan Sverdrup field holds a tablet he is using to inspect equipment on the platform in the North Sea, Norway December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
USA-ELECTION/GEORGIA
RTX8162Y
October 09, 2020
Voting machines (ICX Tablets) are on display at an early voting location in Dekalb County for the upcoming...
Chamblee, UNITED STATES
Voting machines (ICX Tablets) are on adisplay at an early voting location
Voting machines (ICX Tablets) are on display at an early voting location in Dekalb County for the upcoming presidential elections in Chamblee, Georgia, U.S., October 9, 2020. REUTERS/Chris Aluka Berry
USA-ELECTION/GEORGIA
RTX8161T
October 09, 2020
Voting machines (ICX Tablets) are on display an early voting location in Dekalb County for the upcoming...
Chamblee, UNITED STATES
Voting machines (ICX Tablets) are on display at an early voting location
Voting machines (ICX Tablets) are on display an early voting location in Dekalb County for the upcoming presidential elections in Chamblee, Georgia, U.S., October 9, 2020. REUTERS/Chris Aluka Berry
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PHILIPPINES
RTX80AGY
October 06, 2020
Sixth-grade student Aira Consolacion, 14, attends her online class with a government-issued tablet outside...
Manila, Philippines
Filipino students start online schooling amid Coronavirus outbreak
Sixth-grade student Aira Consolacion, 14, attends her online class with a government-issued tablet outside a sundries store, where she pays for Wi-Fi connection, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tondo, Manila, Philippines, October 6, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PHILIPPINES
RTX80AGN
October 06, 2020
Fourth-grade student Aljade Alora, and parent of kindergarten student Renerio Piloto, 7, attempt to join...
Manila, Philippines
Filipino students start online schooling amid Coronavirus outbreak
Fourth-grade student Aljade Alora, and parent of kindergarten student Renerio Piloto, 7, attempt to join an online class with government-issued tablets despite weak internet connection outside their shanty homes, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tondo, Manila, Philippines, October 6, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez
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Taoist priest honors China’s coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0Z
September 10, 2020
Priest Xia Shiran, 25, sweeps stairs on the day of Hungry Ghost Festival, at Taoist monastery Jiuyang...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Xia Shiran, 25, sweeps stairs on the day of Hungry Ghost Festival, at Taoist monastery Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 2, 2020. Shiran encountered priest Liang Xingyang's Weibo channel. He was surprised that a Taoist priest could be so active on social media. Out of curiosity, he started to learn more about him. In 2015, he was converted to Taoism and two years later he started living in the temple. "Almost everyone has a fantasy about Taoist life as if priests don't ever eat or walk, or don't use money. After I became one, I realized that they are normal people, and everyone is just studying non-stop," Shiran said. "From here above we can see the downhill villages. It's definitely more convenient to eat and commute in the city. However they might dream of better air quality, slower pace of life and quieter natural environment we have up here. When life on the mountain becomes hard, I think of those who envy our lives. Everyone has different moments of happiness and comfort though each of us envies others." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0W
September 10, 2020
Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace and Jiuyang Pagoda stand in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China,...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace and Jiuyang Pagoda stand in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 1, 2020. The monastery complex, where a small community of priests lives, sleeps, eats and worships, is spread across a rocky hill. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0V
September 10, 2020
Priest Deng Shiquan, 28, a former restaurant worker, pushes a shopping cart next to priest Cao Shijing,...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Deng Shiquan, 28, a former restaurant worker, pushes a shopping cart next to priest Cao Shijing, 45, outside a supermarket after buying groceries to take to the Jiuyang Palace, a Taoist monastery, in Yangli county, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 6, 2020. Shiquan converted to Taoism in 2015. "I have never been the Type A student, nor the type who acquired a high academic degree. I don't have any specialty or a clever mind. But by following my master Liang, I can feel myself improving, in studying knowledge and socializing with people," Shiquan said. "It's enough for us as long as we run our Taoist rites well, complete things we are obliged to do. I don't know how to say pretty words, but only know one simple thing, which is to always give a hand to those who are in need." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0S
September 10, 2020
Taoist priest Liang Xingyang, 41, carries a gas container as priest Huang Xingzhen films him for his...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Taoist priest Liang Xingyang, 41, carries a gas container as priest Huang Xingzhen films him for his Douyin, or Tiktok channel at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 6, 2020. Liang, who has a following of three million people on China's Twitter-like Weibo, does get help from young people who have joined him over the years. "The hardest thing is to keep going," Liang said. "We maintain them (the tablets) every day. Then we wait to see if, once this disaster has finished, will people still remember them? It is this which is the biggest hurdle." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0R
September 10, 2020
In a room inside a hillside Taoist monastery in China's Shandong province lies a collection of 558 memorial...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
In a room inside a hillside Taoist monastery in China's Shandong province lies a collection of 558 memorial tablets inscribed with the names and hometowns of people who died after contracting the coronavirus or while battling the pandemic. "A person's true death is when the whole world has forgotten them," said Taoist priest Liang Xingyang, who started the collection on Jan. 29, shortly after Chinese authorities announced that the virus could pass between humans. "No matter what religion or beliefs they hold, their spirit deserves to be passed on. In fact, they live on in our hearts." Taoism, or Daoism, is a philosophy-turned-religion that has tens of millions of followers in China and is one of the country's five officially sanctioned religions. Taoists use memorial tablets to give souls a place to rest after death, Liang said. The monastery complex, where a small community of priests lives, sleeps, eats and worships, is spread across a rocky hill. As of September 8, there have been 85,146 confirmed COVID-19 cases in mainland China and 4,634 people have died. Globally, at least 897,000 people have died from COVID-19 and over 27 million have been infected. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0Q
September 10, 2020
Priest Shang Shishen, 27, carries a basket with food as he climbs up the stairs leading to Taoist temple...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Shang Shishen, 27, carries a basket with food as he climbs up the stairs leading to Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 6, 2020. Shishen is a priest studying his second year at a Taoist college at Wudang Mountain in Hubei province. He is an apprentice of Priest Liang Xingyang. Shishen came to the Jiuyang palace during his summer vacation and to help out in the monastery. "Different person turns to Taoism due to different reasons. Some are hoping to cut off the tie with the real world to experience themselves, some for their interests in Taoism," Shishen said. "I was drawn to it, in hoping to seek answers about life and death. My family member's passing away has stricken me hard. Since then, I wanted to know more about the life and death, and religion is my way leading to that." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0P
September 10, 2020
Priest Xia Shiran, 25, holds scripture books and offerings in preparation for a memorial ceremony on...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Xia Shiran, 25, holds scripture books and offerings in preparation for a memorial ceremony on the day of Hungry Ghost Festival, at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 2, 2020. Shiran encountered priest Liang Xingyang's Weibo channel. He was surprised that a Taoist priest could be so active on social media. Out of curiosity, he started to learn more about him. In 2015, he was converted to Taoism and two years later he started living in the temple. "Almost everyone has a fantasy about Taoist life as if priests don't ever eat or walk, or don't use money. After I became one, I realized that they are normal people, and everyone is just studying non-stop," Shiran said. "From here above we can see the downhill villages. It's definitely more convenient to eat and commute in the city. However they might dream of better air quality, slower pace of life and quieter natural environment we have up here. When life on the mountain becomes hard, I think of those who envy our lives. Everyone has different moments of happiness and comfort though each of us envies others." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0O
September 10, 2020
Priest Zhang Zongyan, 27, a politics study graduate, looks at an instruction of pesticide that priest...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Zhang Zongyan, 27, a politics study graduate, looks at an instruction of pesticide that priest Deng Shiquan (R2), 28, a former restaurant worker, bought in Yangli county as Priest Xia Shiran (L), 25, stands by, at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 6, 2020. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0N
September 10, 2020
Taoist priest Liang Xingyang, 41, takes over an empty gas container from an apprentice as he attempts...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Taoist priest Liang Xingyang, 41, takes over an empty gas container from an apprentice as he attempts to carry it downhill, at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 6, 2020. Liang, who has a following of three million people on China's Twitter-like Weibo, does get help from young people who have joined him over the years. "The hardest thing is to keep going," Liang said. "We maintain them (the tablets) every day. Then we wait to see if, once this disaster has finished, will people still remember them? It is this which is the biggest hurdle." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0M
September 10, 2020
Taoist priest Liang Xingyang, 41, pays tribute to Taoist gods before moving tablets on the day of Hungry...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Taoist priest Liang Xingyang, 41, pays tribute to Taoist gods before moving tablets on the day of Hungry Ghost Festival, at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China September 2, 2020. A collection of 558 memorial tablets are inscribed with the names and hometowns of people who died after contracting the coronavirus or while battling the pandemic. "A person's true death is when the whole world has forgotten them," said Xingyang, who started the collection on Jan. 29, shortly after Chinese authorities announced that the virus could pass between humans. "No matter what religion or beliefs they hold, their spirit deserves to be passed on. In fact, they live on in our hearts." Of those honoured by the tablets, only a minority died of COVID-19. Most died from other causes, like exhaustion from overwork, Liang said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0L
September 10, 2020
Priest Zhang Zongyan, 27, a politics study graduate, arranges memorial tablets at Taoist temple Jiuyang...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Zhang Zongyan, 27, a politics study graduate, arranges memorial tablets at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 7, 2020. During her studies, Zongyan unexpectedly encountered a Taoist ceremony on her trip. She visited a Taoist temple where she first experienced Taoist music and dance. She was fascinated by the rhythm and costumes. After her graduation, Zongyan worked for a year but more she learned about the Taoism, the more she was drawn to it. She then made her mind to quit her job and focus on studying Taoism. Five years ago, Zongyan was converted to Taoism in her home town. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0F
September 10, 2020
A priest live-streams with the phone of Taoist priest Liang Xingyang, 41, who is moving memorial tablets,...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
A priest live-streams with the phone of Taoist priest Liang Xingyang, 41, who is moving memorial tablets, on the day of Hungry Ghost Festival, at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China September 2, 2020. A collection of 558 memorial tablets are inscribed with the names and hometowns of people who died after contracting the coronavirus or while battling the pandemic. "A person's true death is when the whole world has forgotten them," said Xingyang, who started the collection on Jan. 29, shortly after Chinese authorities announced that the virus could pass between humans. "No matter what religion or beliefs they hold, their spirit deserves to be passed on. In fact, they live on in our hearts." Of those honoured by the tablets, only a minority died of COVID-19. Most died from other causes, like exhaustion from overwork, Liang said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0C
September 10, 2020
Priest Xia Shiran, 25, chants and dances at a memorial ceremony during Hungry Ghost Festival celebrations...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Xia Shiran, 25, chants and dances at a memorial ceremony during Hungry Ghost Festival celebrations at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 1, 2020. Shiran encountered priest Liang Xingyang's Weibo channel. He was surprised that a Taoist priest could be so active on social media. Out of curiosity, he started to learn more about him. In 2015, he was converted to Taoism and two years later he started living in the temple. "Almost everyone has a fantasy about Taoist life as if priests don't ever eat or walk, or don't use money. After I became one, I realized that they are normal people, and everyone is just studying non-stop," Shiran said. "From here above we can see the downhill villages. It's definitely more convenient to eat and commute in the city. However they might dream of better air quality, slower pace of life and quieter natural environment we have up here. When life on the mountain becomes hard, I think of those who envy our lives. Everyone has different moments of happiness and comfort though each of us envies others." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0E
September 10, 2020
Priests chant while they burn offerings at a memorial ceremony during Hungry Ghost Festival celebrations,...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priests chant while they burn offerings at a memorial ceremony during Hungry Ghost Festival celebrations, at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 1, 2020. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0D
September 10, 2020
Priests place memorial tablets on stairs on the day of Hungry Ghost Festival, at Taoist temple Jiuyang...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priests place memorial tablets on stairs on the day of Hungry Ghost Festival, at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 2, 2020. A collection of 558 memorial tablets are inscribed with the names and hometowns of people who died after contracting the coronavirus or while battling the pandemic. "A person's true death is when the whole world has forgotten them," said priest Liang Xingyang, who started the collection on Jan. 29, shortly after Chinese authorities announced that the virus could pass between humans. "No matter what religion or beliefs they hold, their spirit deserves to be passed on. In fact, they live on in our hearts." Of those honoured by the tablets, only a minority died of COVID-19. Most died from other causes, like exhaustion from overwork, Liang said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0B
September 10, 2020
A woman from Beijing kneels before priest Liang Xingyang, 41, at her conversion ceremony at Taoist temple...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
A woman from Beijing kneels before priest Liang Xingyang, 41, at her conversion ceremony at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 1, 2020. Liang, who has a following of three million people on China's Twitter-like Weibo, does get help from young people who have joined him over the years. "The hardest thing is to keep going," Liang said. "We maintain them (the tablets) every day. Then we wait to see if, once this disaster has finished, will people still remember them? It is this which is the biggest hurdle." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-TAOISM
RTX7UJ0A
September 10, 2020
Priest Xia Shiran, 25, chants during a memorial ceremony at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Xia Shiran, 25, chants during a memorial ceremony at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan, Shandong province, China, September 6, 2020. Shiran encountered priest Liang Xingyang's Weibo channel. He was surprised that a Taoist priest could be so active on social media. Out of curiosity, he started to learn more about him. In 2015, he was converted to Taoism and two years later he started living in the temple. "Almost everyone has a fantasy about Taoist life as if priests don't ever eat or walk, or don't use money. After I became one, I realized that they are normal people, and everyone is just studying non-stop," Shiran said. "From here above we can see the downhill villages. It's definitely more convenient to eat and commute in the city. However they might dream of better air quality, slower pace of life and quieter natural environment we have up here. When life on the mountain becomes hard, I think of those who envy our lives. Everyone has different moments of happiness and comfort though each of us envies others." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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RTX7UJ09
September 10, 2020
Priests chant at a memorial ceremony during Hungry Ghost Festival celebrations at Taoist temple Jiuyang...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priests chant at a memorial ceremony during Hungry Ghost Festival celebrations at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 1, 2020. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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September 10, 2020
The widow of Liu, 42, attends a memorial ceremony to see her late husband's tablet on the day of Hungry...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
The widow of Liu, 42, attends a memorial ceremony to see her late husband's tablet on the day of Hungry Ghost Festival, at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 2, 2020. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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September 10, 2020
Priest Wang Shixiu, priest Liang Xingyang, and priest Cao Shijing, 45, play with Priest Cao's dog at...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Wang Shixiu, priest Liang Xingyang, and priest Cao Shijing, 45, play with Priest Cao's dog at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 1, 2020. Shijing was converted to Taosim by priest Liang Xingyang in 2014 but has been living in the city as a disciple. After her daughter began her new life in the university in Beijing, she decided to move with her dog to the monastery, to become a real Taoist priest. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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RTX7UJ04
September 10, 2020
Priest Liang Xingyang washes his hair at a makeshift bathroom at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Liang Xingyang washes his hair at a makeshift bathroom at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China September 7, 2020. Liang, who has a following of three million people on China's Twitter-like Weibo, does get help from young people who have joined him over the years. "The hardest thing is to keep going," Liang said. "We maintain them (the tablets) every day. Then we wait to see if, once this disaster has finished, will people still remember them? It is this which is the biggest hurdle." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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September 10, 2020
Priests use their phones as they rest after a memorial ceremony at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priests use their phones as they rest after a memorial ceremony at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 2, 2020. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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RTX7UJ02
September 10, 2020
Priest Huang Xingzhen, 30, cleans up used incense sticks from an incense burner at Taoist temple Jiuyang...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Huang Xingzhen, 30, cleans up used incense sticks from an incense burner at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 6, 2020. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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September 10, 2020
Priest Xia Shiran, 25, prepares for a memorial ceremony on the day of Hungry Ghost Festival, at Taoist...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Xia Shiran, 25, prepares for a memorial ceremony on the day of Hungry Ghost Festival, at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 2, 2020. Shiran encountered priest Liang Xingyang's Weibo channel. He was surprised that a Taoist priest could be so active on social media. Out of curiosity, he started to learn more about him. In 2015, he was converted to Taoism and two years later he started living in the temple. "Almost everyone has a fantasy about Taoist life as if priests don't ever eat or walk, or don't use money. After I became one, I realized that they are normal people, and everyone is just studying non-stop," Shiran said. "From here above we can see the downhill villages. It's definitely more convenient to eat and commute in the city. However they might dream of better air quality, slower pace of life and quieter natural environment we have up here. When life on the mountain becomes hard, I think of those who envy our lives. Everyone has different moments of happiness and comfort though each of us envies others." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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September 10, 2020
Priest Shang Shishen, 27, puts on a jumper, a souvenir from Jiuyang Palace Taoist temple, before he leaves...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Shang Shishen, 27, puts on a jumper, a souvenir from Jiuyang Palace Taoist temple, before he leaves for a Taoist school, at Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 7, 2020. Shishen is a priest studying his second year at a Taoist college at Wudang Mountain in Hubei province. He is an apprentice of Priest Liang Xingyang. Shishen came to the Jiuyang palace during his summer vacation and to help out in the monastery. "Different person turns to Taoism due to different reasons. Some are hoping to cut off the tie with the real world to experience themselves, some for their interests in Taoism," Shishen said. "I was drawn to it, in hoping to seek answers about life and death. My family member's passing away has stricken me hard. Since then, I wanted to know more about the life and death, and religion is my way leading to that." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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RTX7UIZZ
September 10, 2020
Priest Zhang Zongyan, 27, a politics study graduate, dances at a memorial ceremony during Hungry Ghost...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Zhang Zongyan, 27, a politics study graduate, dances at a memorial ceremony during Hungry Ghost Festival celebrations, at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 1, 2020. During her studies, Zongyan unexpectedly encountered a Taoist ceremony on her trip. She visited a Taoist temple where she first experienced Taoist music and dance. She was fascinated by the rhythm and costumes. After her graduation, Zongyan worked for a year but more she learned about the Taoism, the more she was drawn to it. She then made her mind to quit her job and focus on studying Taoism. Five years ago, Zongyan was converted to Taoism in her home town. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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RTX7UIZY
September 10, 2020
Priest Zhang Zongyan, 27, a politics study graduate, plays dulcimer during at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace,...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Zhang Zongyan, 27, a politics study graduate, plays dulcimer during at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 1, 2020. During her studies, Zongyan unexpectedly encountered a Taoist ceremony on her trip. She visited a Taoist temple where she first experienced Taoist music and dance. She was fascinated by the rhythm and costumes. After her graduation, Zongyan worked for a year but more she learned about the Taoism, the more she was drawn to it. She then made her mind to quit her job and focus on studying Taoism. Five years ago, Zongyan was converted to Taoism in her home town. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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September 10, 2020
Priest Deng Shiquan, 28, a former restaurant worker, uses laptop at the office of Taoist temple Jiuyang...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Deng Shiquan, 28, a former restaurant worker, uses laptop at the office of Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 2, 2020. Shiquan converted to Taoism in 2015. "I have never been the Type A student, nor the type who acquired a high academic degree. I don't have any specialty or a clever mind. But by following my master Liang, I can feel myself improving, in studying knowledge and socializing with people," Shiquan said. "It's enough for us as long as we run our Taoist rites well, complete things we are obliged to do. I don't know how to say pretty words, but only know one simple thing, which is to always give a hand to those who are in need." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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September 10, 2020
Priest Zhang Zongyan, 27, a politics study graduate, points a thermometer at priest Xia Shiran, 25, for...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Zhang Zongyan, 27, a politics study graduate, points a thermometer at priest Xia Shiran, 25, for fun at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 7, 2020. During her studies, Zongyan unexpectedly encountered a Taoist ceremony on her trip. She visited a Taoist temple where she first experienced Taoist music and dance. She was fascinated by the rhythm and costumes. After her graduation, Zongyan worked for a year but more she learned about the Taoism, the more she was drawn to it. She then made her mind to quit her job and focus on studying Taoism. Five years ago, Zongyan was converted to Taoism in her home town. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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September 10, 2020
Priest Wang Shixiu, makes marks on talismans in preparation for memorial ceremonies during Hungry Ghost...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Wang Shixiu, makes marks on talismans in preparation for memorial ceremonies during Hungry Ghost Festival celebrations, at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 1, 2020. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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RTX7UIZU
September 10, 2020
Memorial tablets are seen inside a hall at a Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan, Shandong...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Memorial tablets are seen inside a hall at a Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan, Shandong province, China, September 7, 2020. A collection of 558 memorial tablets are inscribed with the names and hometowns of people who died after contracting the coronavirus or while battling the pandemic. "A person's true death is when the whole world has forgotten them," said priest Liang Xingyang, who started the collection on Jan. 29, shortly after Chinese authorities announced that the virus could pass between humans. "No matter what religion or beliefs they hold, their spirit deserves to be passed on. In fact, they live on in our hearts." Of those honoured by the tablets, only a minority died of COVID-19. Most died from other causes, like exhaustion from overwork, Liang said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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September 10, 2020
Priest Lu Zongping, 57, looks at priest Zhang Zongyan (not pictured) as they make a figurine offering...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Lu Zongping, 57, looks at priest Zhang Zongyan (not pictured) as they make a figurine offering for an evening memorial ceremony at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 6, 2020. Zongping was in charge of the finance of a local Taoist temple in her home town before she was converted to Taoism several years ago. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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RTX7UIZS
September 10, 2020
Priest Xia Shiran, 25, takes off his socks before bedtime in his bedroom inside Taoist temple Jiuyang...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Xia Shiran, 25, takes off his socks before bedtime in his bedroom inside Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 6, 2020. Shiran encountered priest Liang Xingyang's Weibo channel. He was surprised that a Taoist priest could be so active on social media. Out of curiosity, he started to learn more about him. In 2015, he was converted to Taoism and two years later he started living in the temple. "Almost everyone has a fantasy about Taoist life as if priests don't ever eat or walk, or don't use money. After I became one, I realized that they are normal people, and everyone is just studying non-stop," Shiran said. "From here above we can see the downhill villages. It's definitely more convenient to eat and commute in the city. However they might dream of better air quality, slower pace of life and quieter natural environment we have up here. When life on the mountain becomes hard, I think of those who envy our lives. Everyone has different moments of happiness and comfort though each of us envies others." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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September 10, 2020
Priest Lu Zongping, 57, distributes porridge as priest Chen Hongyu holds a bowl of steamed buns for dinner...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Lu Zongping, 57, distributes porridge as priest Chen Hongyu holds a bowl of steamed buns for dinner at Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 6, 2020. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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September 10, 2020
Priest Chen Hongyu (R) and priest Shang Shishen, 27, (L4) bow to priest Liang Xingyang as they leave...
Laiwu, China
The Wider Image: Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
Priest Chen Hongyu (R) and priest Shang Shishen, 27, (L4) bow to priest Liang Xingyang as they leave the temple for returning a Taoist college for the new semester, at the entrance of Taoist temple Jiuyang Palace, in Laiwu of Jinan city, Shandong province, China, September 7, 2020. Shishen is a priest studying his second year at a Taoist college at Wudang Mountain in Hubei province. He is an apprentice of Priest Liang Xingyang. Shishen came to the Jiuyang Palace during his summer vacation and to help out in the monastery. "Different person turns to Taoism due to different reasons. Some are hoping to cut off the tie with the real world to experience themselves, some for their interests in Taoism," Shishen said. "I was drawn to it, in hoping to seek answers about life and death. My family member's passing away has stricken me hard. Since then, I wanted to know more about the life and death, and religion is my way leading to that." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "TAOISM TINGSHU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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September 05, 2020
People hold up their tablets with slogans reading "Servant of the dictator, I'm ashamed for uncle", as...
Bangkok, Thailand
Anti-government protesters and students attend a demonstration in Bangkok
People hold up their tablets with slogans reading "Servant of the dictator, I'm ashamed for uncle", as anti-government protesters and students attend a demonstration demanding the government to resign, in front of the Ministry of Education in Bangkok, Thailand September 5, 2020. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
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RTX7QPUO
August 20, 2020
Christy Faraj Oghlo, 2, holds a tablet as she rests on a bed at her grandmother Souzy Bedigian's home,...
Beirut, Lebanon
The Wider Image: Stranded and injured, Lebanese family reels from blast
Christy Faraj Oghlo, 2, holds a tablet as she rests on a bed at her grandmother Souzy Bedigian's home, where Christy, her parents and her sibling are staying after their home was damaged in an explosion on the Beirut port, in Beirut, Lebanon, August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Hannah McKay SEARCH "FAMILY HOME LEBANON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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August 19, 2020
Students hold tablets during a rally in support for the student-led democracy movement at King Mongkut's...
Bangkok, Thailand
Students show support for the student-led democracy movement at King Mongkut's Institute of Technology,...
Students hold tablets during a rally in support for the student-led democracy movement at King Mongkut's Institute of Technology, in the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand, August 19, 2020. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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RTX7QGUL
August 19, 2020
Students make the three-finger salute, as they hold tablets with messages in front of police officers,...
Bangkok, Thailand
Students show support for the student-led democracy movement outside the Education Ministry in Bangkok...
Students make the three-finger salute, as they hold tablets with messages in front of police officers, to show support for the student-led democracy movement outside the Education Ministry in Bangkok, Thailand, August 19, 2020. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
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