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Dead Sea of China Gets Sardine-Packed [Copy link] 中文

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This weekend cities across China were struck by heat. Xinhua reports that a third of the Middle Kingdom  experienced  extreme heat-waves,  Shanghai saw its hottest July in 140 years, Hunan’s Changsha was stuck with 35+ degrees Celsius  and Beijing issued another orange alert as the temperature hit a 37 degree high.

Southwest China, home to one of the hottest “oven cities” Chongqing, experienced sauna-like conditions. Tourists flocked to the Dead Sea of China, a popular resort in Suining, Sichuan province. On July 28th, Sichuan Basin’s scorching hot weather caused over 15,000 tourists to flock to the salt lake . The Dead Sea Holiday Resort was transformed into a gigantic soup overflowing with colorful swimmers.

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