1, Sightseeing At Tea Garden In Enshi, China’s Hubei Province

Tourists go sightseeing at a tea garden at Wujiatai Village in Xuanen County of Enshi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture, central China’s Hubei Province. The whole prefecture is characterized by a mountainous landscape. In the valleys there are many farm villages close to various rivers. The hilltops are lined with beautiful tea gardens. 


2, 200+ Open-Air Film Sessions Arranged In Shanghai As Summer Entertainment

People watch a film shown in an evening open-air cinema at Minhang Sports Park in east China’s Shanghai, July 7, 2019. Shanghai authorities have arranged more than 200 open-air film sessions as a summer entertainment for the residences there between July and September.


3, One Main Arch Bridge For Three Provinces 

The closure site of the main arch of a bridge is seen in southwest China. Located on the border area of southwest China’s Sichuan, Guizhou and Yunnan provinces, the bridge saw its main arch closed recently, laying a foundation for its completion at the end of 2019. Once built, the bridge will solve the traffic difficulties for hundreds of thousands of people living in the border area of the three provinces and make contribution for the poverty alleviation in the Wumeng Mountain area. 

4, Giant Panda “Yuanzai” Celebrates Its 6th Birthday

Giant panda named Yuanzai enjoys a birthday cake at the Taipei Zoo in Taiwan. Yuanzai, the baby of two giant pandas, Tuantuan and Yuanyuan, celebrated its sixth birthday at the Taipei Zoo early July.

5, Hebei’s Cangzhou Enjoys Industrialization Benefits 

Photo taken on July 6, 2019 shows a production line at a local automobile technology company in Huanghua city of Cangzhou, north China’s Hebei Province. Under a regional coordinated development plan, Cangzhou has benefited from the industries it took over from Beijing and Tianjin, two nearby metropolises. It has also done a good job in leveraging scientific and technological achievements. In the last five years, some 1,300 key projects in manufacturing, modern pharmacy, eco-technology and other fields have been introduced to Cangzhou with the total contracted investment volume reaching 602.7 billion yuan (about 125.65 billion AUD).

6, First High-Speed Railway Linking Tianjin And Hong Kong To Be Put Into Use

Stewardesses of the high-speed railway linking Tianjin and Hong Kong just received training in north China’s Tianjin. The first high-speed railway linking Tianjin and Hong Kong plans to be put into use from July 10, according to Tianjin’s railway authorities. After the launch of the new route, the number of high-speed railway stations on the Chinese mainland that link Hong Kong will increase to 58. 

7,Qinghai Lake Embraces Naked Carp Migration

A naked carp swims upstream in Shaliu River, Gangca County of northwest China’s Qinghai Province. The species of carp, known in China as huangyu, is endemic to the Qinghai Lake, China’s largest inland saltwater lake located on the plateau. From late May to mid-August every year, the carp swim upstream to freshwater rivers to spawn, with the migration peaking in late June. The fish was listed on the China Species Red List in 2004 due to overfishing and habitat loss. 

8, Ice cave in Yunqiu Mountain

A tourist visits the No.1 ice cave in Yunqiu Mountain in Xiangning County, north China’s Shanxi Province, July 5, 2019. The widest point of the cave is about 12 meters and the tallest point is about 15 meters. Tourists can enjoy ice stalagmites, ice pillars and ice falls there.

9,Chinese Tennis Player Zhang Shuai Smashes World No.1 And Qualifies Quarterfinals At Wimbledon

Zhang Shuai reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon on super Monday, beating Dayana Yastremska of Ukraine 6-4, 1-6, 6-2.

Zhang Shuai advanced into the last 16 after beating former world No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki from Denmark on July 5.”A Grand Slam means a lot to me and I want to keep my career going much longer,” Zhang said. She once reached semifinal in Australian Open.


10,Young Artists Performs Kunqu Opera 

Actress Pan Xiaojia performs in the latest Kunqu Opera, A Commander’s Introspective, produced by the Northern Kunqu Opera Theatre.

The story line goes—the day before a war, an undefeated commander named Qi has a dream in which he loses a battle and dies. When he wakes up, Qi bids farewell to his wife and gets ready to go and fight. While gaining successive victories, Qi decides to celebrate, despite the fact that there is a final battle waiting for him. When he gets drunk and falls asleep in his tent, Qi’s army is ambushed by the enemy and he is killed just as his dream predicted.

11, Colorful Salt Lake in Yuncheng, Shanxi 

Aerial photo taken on July 2, 2019 shows the salt lake in Yuncheng City, north China’s Shanxi Province. Yuncheng Salt Lake in north China’s Shanxi Province is one of the three largest inland salt lakes in the world, known as the “Dead Sea of China”. 

It is around 30 kilometers long from northeast to southwest and 3-5 kilometers wide. The lake, 324.5 meters above sea level and about 6 meters deep, has a total area of 132 square kilometers.


(edited from en.people.cn, xinhuanet.com,marimotea.com)