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Visual artist explores the boundaries of introspection in her pandemic-era exhibit.
A certain amount of aloneness does us good. It promotes creativity, concentration and learning, for example. If you're constantly around other people or follow the crowd, it's hard to realise what you're made of and what furthers you.
Crowds have been removing edible sea creatures from these tide pools in San Pedro, California, since beach restrictions were lifted.
CC Kua's new exhibit revisits her lockdown experience during a residency at Rimbun Dahan.
NAIROBI, July 28 (Xinhua) -- Staying in self-isolation for at least 14 days as one recovers from COVID-19 at home can be a very lonely experience.
One of the world’s most famous wonders, the early 12th-century Angkor Wat and surrounding temples, has been left largely empty for months.
When California enacted a statewide stay-at-home order in mid-March, Art Ballard's near-daily physical exercise and social interactions abruptly ended, and his health started to deteriorate. Then he resumed his beloved routine end of May, and things are improving.
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LONDON/LISBON (Reuters) - From the housing blocks of London to the beaches of Portugal, thousands of young people are holding illegal raves and parties across Europe, yearning for contact and bursting with energy after the solitude of the coronavirus lockdown.