China heatwave sends villagers into a cool cave – to have hotpot

China heatwave sends villagers into a cool cave - to have hotpot

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “China heatwave sends villagers into a cool cave – to have hotpot” – below is their description.

A group of villagers fled into a cave to escape a heatwave in southwestern China’s Chongqing, as temperatures outdoors reached 42 degrees Celsius (108 degrees Fahrenheit), and decided to enjoy a hotpot.

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