Live: A trip to east China’s Yangcheng Lake, home of the hairy crab 高铁穿越阳澄湖?那大闸蟹呢?

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    Located three kilometers from east #China’s Suzhou City, Yangcheng Lake is home to the well-known hairy crab. As the saying goes, “when the autumn winds blow, the hairy crabs grow.” Dedicated food lovers travel all across the country once a year to taste this seasonal delicacy. With the connection of the Beijing-Shanghai High Speed Railway, crab indulgence has never been easier. What’s so special about the hairy crabs? Does the high speed railway bring more customers or more pollution to the lake? Join CGTN reporter Yang Xinmeng at the Yangcheng Lake and discover more about crab farmer’s life. #HighSpeedRailTour #HSR #travel #food #hairycrabs

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