CHINA Qiantang River embraces 'Ghost King Tides'

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Qiantang River embraces 'Ghost King Tides'

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12:57, August 26, 2021

Photo taken on August 25, 2021 shows the Qiantang River usher in the flood tide, commonly known as the “Ghost King Tides”. (Photos: Chinanews.com; compiled by Dang Jiaxuan)

Photo taken on August 25, 2021 shows Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province, where the “Ghost King Tides” slam against the seawall along the river for hundreds of miles.

On the eighteenth day of the seventh month of the lunar calendar, Qiantang River created one big tide after another.

Photo taken on August 25, 2021 shows the Qiantang River usher in the flood tide, commonly known as the “Ghost King Tides”.

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