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Sunflowers in full bloom in Eight Diagrams Field 2017-06-27
Hangzhou in summer boasts different ornamental flowers and the sunflower is definitely one of the representative ones. Its big flower head decorated with thousands of golden yellow florets track the trail of the sun, adding a unique charm to the scenery of the summer of Hangzhou.

Among the many places to view the sunflower in Hangzhou, Eight Diagrams Field (八卦田) is no doubt one of the best. In its 2 mu fields (1 mu=666.7 sqm), over one thousand sunflowers are in full bloom. According to experts, the following two weeks are the best time to view sunflowers in Hangzhou.

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The best time in a day to view the sunflower is in the morning. During the period, the sunflower tilts its flower head facing the sun, very interesting. Most people thought the sunflower can turn its flower head at an angle of 360 degrees, which of course, is not true. Actually, the sunflower can only turn its flower head at an angle of 90 degrees. That means, it stops following the trail of the sun at noon.

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2017 Qiantang River Tidal Bore Watching Guideline2017-09-22
Qiantang River is the largest river in Zhejiang Province and empties itself into the Eastern China sea through Hangzhou Bay. The Qiangtang River tidal bore is a world-renowned spectacle and is reputed as the "No. 1 Tidal Bore in the World". The Qiantang River tidal bore, often reaching heights of three meters, results from the gravitational forces and the rotation of the earth, and the fact that Hangzhou Bay is shaped like a trumpet.
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The 2017 International (Hangzhou) Trail-walk Conference2017-09-22
According to the news conference of 2017 Internatioanl (Hangzhou) Trail-walk Conference, this year’s trail-walk event will take place on October 28 in Jianggan Sports Center. Registration will be available for three days starting from September 28.
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