Live: Spectacular view of Hukou Waterfall on the Yellow River – Ep. 12

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Hukou Waterfall, located on the border between north China’s Shanxi Province and the northwestern province of Shaanxi, is the second-largest waterfall in the country and the largest on the Yellow River. It is roaring in all its glory as the water flow has increased due to recent rains. Join CGTN to enjoy the view. #StreamingChina

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