ie and the trust they shared allowed him to capture, in hundreds of photographs and four music video
s, the artist’s transformation into Ziggy Stardust and the ’70s most intriguing and otherworldly ro
ck star,” writes Jasen Emmons, director of curatorial affairs at MoPOP, of the exhibition.
The exhibition opens with a quote from Bowie: “Mick sees me the way I see myself.”
It was what Bowie said to his manager when he reviewed the photos that Rock had taken for him.
Under one photo, shot in a dressing room in Scotland in 1973, a line explains Bowi
e’s creation of Ziggy Stardust, which was heavily influenced by two classical forms of Japanese theater: Kabuki and N
oh. After a six-city tour in Japan in 1973, Bowie began using a special Noh theater makeup palette, which he applied himself.
tory as a mirror, and combining their personal ideals with the dream of national rejuvenation, Hu Xianzhong, a senior re
searcher at the China Youth and Children Research Center, said in an article published by China Youth Daily on Sunday.
Since the movement began nearly a century ago, the country’s youth
has been collectively marching with the times and the people under the leadership of the C
PC－whether in periods of revolution, construction, or in the nation’s campaign of reform and openingup, Hu said.
As the centenary of the movement draws near, a good understanding of its history will make yout
hs know more about why their futures are closely connected with the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation so that
they will find their niches and play bigger roles in the country’s socialist cause, he added.
Chen Yuhao, a postgraduate student at the U
niversity of International Business and Economics, said the spirit of patriotism, progress, democracy and s
cience is still the core value of Chinese youth, and should be upheld and carried forward in the new era.
Facebook, the world’s largest social media site, will soon take aim against anti-vaxe
rs. The company will start by lowering the ranking of groups and pages that spread misinformation about vacc
inations in its News Feed and Search options, a representative said Wednesday.
”These Groups and Pages will not be included in recommendations or in predictions when you type into Search,” Monika Bickert, Facebook’s vice pres
ident of global policy management, said in a statement. She added that when ads that include misinformation about va
ccinations are found, “we will reject them.” Ad accounts that continue to violate company policies may even be disabled.
Facebook won’t be disabling personal accounts that post misinformation about vaccines, a spokeswoman told CNN on backgrou
nd. General misinformation doesn’t violate the company’s community standards. If something blatantly violates th
e standards, it will be removed, but that will not happen to individual posts containing misinformation.
Bickert said the company is also “exploring ways to share educational informa
tion about vaccines,” possibly by adding educational information to inaccurate posts.