Autumn harvesting across China in 100 seconds

Autumn harvesting across china in 100 seconds

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Autumn Equinox, signaling the start of autumn, falls on September 23 this year. Autumn harvesting season has started across China, with farmers harvesting grain, spices, vegetables and fruits. During the season, harvesters gather in the rice fields in Chengde City of north China’s Hebei Province and east China’s Shanghai Municipality. In south China’s Zhongshan County, layers of rice terraces in golden or dark green form an amazing palette. Check out the video to see autumn harvest in full swing across China.

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