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Many areas of China see the coldest periods of the winter this weekend. In a small town of Heilongjiang, the temperature falls to its lowest level of 46.5 below zero in this cold wave on Jan 22. How cold does it get in your town in winter?

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How.. cold.. is it?

It's so cold I saw a squirrel holding his nuts so they wouldn't freeze.
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Don't Chinese use Celsius? Why on earth would anyone give a temperature and not say whether they mean Celsius or Fahrenheit? My father thinks it is funny to tell me the temperature in Fahrenheit because he knows I have no idea what he is saying and it makes me very angry because I refuse to ask him what that is in degrees because I won't play his stupid game so I just look at him with an angry look. He thinks this is hilarious. What is wrong with you?

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