Harvest season in China’s tofu town

Harvest season in china's tofu town

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As the summer heat fades away, the soybean harvest season is also wrapping up in most parts of China. CGTN reporter Morag Hobbs is at a soybean collection center in Shipai Town, central China’s Hubei Province, to learn more about the harvest this year.

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