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China week in pictures | December 11-17, 2021

A weekly picture selection of other news, events or sights in China...

๐Ÿญ. December 12 - Visitors take pictures of a dish replica made by dough featuring steamed Wuchang fish, a famous #Hubei cuisine dish. An 11-day exhibition for special folk crafts took place in #Wuhan featuring among others more than 150 pieces of dough sculptures.

๐Ÿฎ. December 16 โ€“ Technical personnel inspecting a 550 megawatts photovoltaic (PV) power station off the coast in #Wenzhou, #Zhejiang Province. The PV power station, covering a water area of 4.7 square kilometers, was successfully connected on Thursday. The project has combined fishery breeding and photovoltaic power generation.

๐Ÿฏ. December 16 โ€“ Domestic and overseas demands for products celebrating the Chinese New Year or Spring Festival are surging as Chinese New Year is less than 7 weeks away. New year will fall on February 1, 2022 starting the year of the Tiger. A factory in #Hebei province.

๐Ÿฐ. December 15 โ€“ Students at China Academy of Arts make horse-shaped sculptures with falling leaves on campus in #Hangzhou, #Zhejiang province.

๐Ÿฑ. December 11 โ€“ A courier driver participates in a ride safety competition in #Shenzhen, #Guangdong province. More than 100 staff members from 11 delivery companies took part in the event. Courier deliveries by electric bicycles has increased enormously in China since a few years with more and more attention to safety and regulation recently.

๐Ÿฒ. December 13 โ€“ Students hold paper cranes to commemorate the Nanjing Massacre victims at Fuhe School in Handan, #Hebei province. The massacre in #Nanjing by the Japanese Imperial Army started 84 years ago on December 13, 1937 and lasted about 6 weeks with lost lives of an estimated 300,000 people.

#china #chinaweekpictures #china2021 #newchina

Picture courtesy : various news sites or own photography

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