Visitors Enjoy Ice Sculptures in Changsha
The photo, taken on August 16, shows residents viewing ice sculptures at Bailian Shopping Park on Renmin Road (E), Changsha. The park’s first ice sculpture exhibition opened that day. More than 30 ice sculptures were exhibited, allowing visitors to be exposed to the beautiful icy and snowy scenery, which is typical of north China.
Magnificent Sunset Scenery Seen at Yuehu Park
The photos shows the magnificent sunset scenery seen at Yuehu Park, Changsha.
Giant Water Lily “Boat” in Wangcheng District
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.
Ginkgo Leaves Turn Yellow as “Li Qiu” Approaches
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.
Qixi Festival Celebrations in Changsha Ancient Town
A Silk Road Cultural Week with the theme of “Qixi Festival” is being held at the Macrolink Tongguan Kiln Ancient Town, the former site of the Changsha Tongguan Kiln, between August 3 and 7.
In Pics: Blooming Summer Flowers Along the Liuyang River
The photos, taken on August 4, shows crape myrtles are in full bloom in Sifangping Yueliang Park Section along the Liuyang River Scenic Belt. These gorgeous summer flowers are glowing in the sunshine along the several kilometer-long scenic belt, attracting many residents to go there for sightseeing, leisure, and fitness.