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  • Night view of Changsha

    [2019.08.13]

    Photo taken on July 26, 2019 with a tilt-shift lens shows a night view of the Tianxin Pavilion in Changsha, central China's Hunan Province.

  • Changsha Opens All-cargo Flight to New York

    [2019.08.12]

    An all-cargo air route linking Changsha and New York made its maiden flight on August 9. This is the second regular all-cargo route operated by a B747 aircraft since the opening of the Changsha-North American all-cargo route.

  • Giant Water Lily “Boat” in Wangcheng District

    [2019.08.12]

    Giant Water Lily is the common name for Victoria amazonica, the largest of the Nymphaeaceae family of water lilies. It is native to tropical South America. It has the largest leaves among the aquatic plants in the world, which can be more than 3 meters in diameter, and can bear a maximum weight of 60 or 70 kilograms. The resort has more than 50 giant water lilies for visitors to enjoy and experience.

  • Changsha Accelerates 5G Base Station Construction

    [2019.08.12]

    The photo, taken on August 9, shows workers install 5G equipment on an over-30-meter-high signal tower at Jinjiang Road, Yuelu District, Changsha. Since this April, the China Mobile Hunan Branch has accelerated 5G base station construction in Changsha. So far, it has built and opened 300 5G base stations across the city.

  • Ginkgo Leaves Turn Yellow as “Li Qiu” Approaches

    [2019.08.09]

    The photo, taken on August 8, shows ginkgo leaves turn yellow on both sides of Furong Road (N), Kaifu District, Changsha.That day marked “Li Qiu”, the 13th of China’s 24 solar terms which means the beginning of autumn. From that day on, summer heat would gradually withdraw, while cool autumn approaches.

  • Mutual Development of Fish Farming and Photovoltaic Power Generation

    [2019.08.09]

    The photo, taken on August 8, shows villagers catch shrimps at a solar-aquaculture complementary project site in Dalong Village, Chating Town, Wangcheng District, Changsha. The project combines fish farming and photovoltaic power generation. Solar power panels are installed above the ponds, while fish and shrimps are cultivated in the water.