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    Chinese New Year  takes place in late January and late February, which is the coldest time in China. North China is a frozen expanse with average temperature below 0 鈩?32鈩?. Take Beijing and Harbin for example. In Beijing the temperate sometimes plummets to -10 鈩?14鈩? during the New Year. It is even colder in Harbin with the lowest temperature below -20 鈩?-4鈩?. Snowy and icy weather is common. Read more on China Weather.

    South China is a warmer than the north but it isn鈥檛 warm at all in the real sense. Winter in the Yangtze region (Nanjing, Shanghai and Wuhan) is chilly and windy. Hong Kong, Macau, Guangzhou and Shenzhen in winter are comfortable. Wintering in southern Yunnan province is enjoyable but dramatic difference occurs in temperature between daytime and night.

    Author锛? 銆€銆€銆€Source锛? dbw.cn 銆€銆€銆€ Editor锛? Yang Fan
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