A creative online flower market using artificial intelligence technology has been launched in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province, as part of the city's traditional flower fair which greets Spring Festival.
With the click of a button, people are able to buy stunning flowers designed and made by 19 top florists from the World Flower Council.
The flowers will be sent to buyers after they scan a QR code at one of several offline AI flower markets or buy them online, according to the Guangzhou Flower Market Office.
The AI flower markets have also opened some exhibition shops along with the traditional flower markets at some of the city's landmark sites, such as the Canton Tower and Haixinsha Island, according to the office.
As the traditional Chinese Lunar New Year approaches, Guangzhou, widely known as "the City of Flowers", has 11 spring-greeting flower markets across the city for people to add some floral fragrance to their celebrations of the most important festival of the year.
The traditional flower markets opened at the end of January and last until Feb 19.
In addition, Guangzhou authorities opened a flower market in New York to greet the Chinese Lunar New Year and celebrate the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States.