Live: Autumn harvests in China’s Shandong Province

Live: autumn harvests in china's shandong province

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September 23 marks the 5th Farmers’ Harvest Festival in China. The occasion celebrates and appreciates the hard work of China’s farmers, who ensure the food security of the world’s most populous country. It also pays tribute to China’s history as a civilization that has thrived in agriculture while pointing to China’s future as a nation with a strong and modern agriculture sector.

Join CGTN in China’s agriculture powerhouse province, Shandong, where our Nicole Ng checks out aquaculture along the coastline, Zhu Zhu explores the huge fruit variety in Yantai City, Michelle van den Bergh walks through golden corn fields, and Michael Wang digs deeper into China’s efforts to strengthen its agriculture sector! #FieldsofHope #20thPartyCongress

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