Today (September 23rd) marks the beginning of Autumn Equinox.
The Autumn Equinox (Chinese:秋分) is the 16th solar term of the year and the fourth one of autumn. Autumn Equinox and Spring Eduinox are the two days in the year when day and night are of equal length.
During Autumn Equinox, the wind blows gently, the fragrance of laurel blossoms is wafted through the fresh air, and students read aloud in classrooms. All signal the arrival of a good season.
Here is a story about the Autumn Equinox for you.
Presented by Southcn.com & GDToday
Planning: Zhang Chunqing
Coordinating: Zhao Yang, Li Lin
Supervising: Xie Miaofeng, Zhu Jing, Ou Xiaoming
Script: Su Ruoqian
Featuring: Huang Qini, Luo Xiaoran
Filming: Zhang Qida
Video editor: Zhang Qida
Poster: Wu Junli
English translation: Ariel
English editor: Wing, Olivia, Monica, Jerry
Intern: Jian Jiaying, Wen Jie, Chen Yuening, Zeng Juan, Lv Wenwen, Zhang Qixuan