Live: Enjoy a spectacular view of Hukou Waterfall on the Yellow River – Ep. 14

Live: enjoy a spectacular view of hukou waterfall on the yellow river – ep. 14

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Hukou Waterfall, located on the border of north China’s Shanxi and northwest China’s Shaanxi provinces, is the second-largest waterfall in China and the largest on the Yellow River. Join CGTN and enjoy the spectacular view as a tremendous amount of water flows through and strikes the rocks. #StreamingChina

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