Where can one enjoy China’s breathtaking sceneries in 24 hours?
At 7 am in Beijing, the Great Wall shakes off the morning dew, exposing its awe-inspiring sights.
At 10 am in Anhui, the infinite haze of clouds turns Mount Huangshan into a fairyland.
At 11 am in Zhejiang, on the banks of the West Lake of Hangzhou, swaying willows and chirping birds bring the sound of poetry to the day.
At 3 pm in Sichuan, pandas enjoy “afternoon tea” at Wolong Nature Reserve in Aba.
At 4 pm in Xinjiang, apricot flowers are everywhere in the Ili River Valley, forecasting the coming of spring.
At 5 pm in Guangxi, a tiny boat drifts on the Lijiang River in Guilin, with fishermen at work.
At 7 pm in Shaanxi, Xi’an, an ancient capital with a history of thousands of years, is decorated with lights, presenting a mixture of traditional and modern styles.
At 8 pm in Hunan, the ancient town of Fenghuang in Xiangxi is full of brilliance, providing a charming sight.
At 11 pm in Hong Kong, a gentle breeze blows through “Pearl of The Orient”, and the streets are as bright as day.
At 2 am in Qinghai, on the banks of Qinghai Lake, one can appreciate the splendid night and feel the passing of time.
At 4 am in Lingdingyang, Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge spans over Lingdingyang Bay and is surrounded by the sound of the surging tides.
At 6 am, the sun rises, shining over this vibrant land.
In 24 hours, we can only get a glimpse of how wonderful China is.
(Video edited by Wang Xiangyu; subtitles translated by Zhao Zhengyu)