Summer in South China Humidity August in China is extremely hot this month in Shenzhen is particularly humid, the only respite from the burning heat is welcomed when the thunder storms appear pouring down heavy rain that swamps the streets and overflows the drains. The lightning and thunder bellowing out sometimes for hours at a…
Informative News: China and International. SCMP delivery of real Live, honest reporting and impressively enough an international standing with good quality writing from respectable journalists. This is the only news online I used to gauge my view of china from a Chinese and international perspective. Most worldwide view of China is that everything is…
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