Live: How Yellow River carries sand to form new land by estuary

When the Yellow River flushes sand into the ocean, a magnificent spectacle is created. The intersection divides the water into yellow and blue, stretching to the skyline. The sediment from the river blends into the sea, a scene that's only available at the Yellow River estuary in east China's Shandong Province. The newly-formed wetland stacked by the mud and sand from the great river also serves as a natural reserve, providing home to many endangered bird species. Join CGTN's Zhao Yunfei to explore the tourist hotspot.