An encounter with 'Underwater Palace,' more than stones and gravel
Updated 12:35, 19-Sep-2019
By Zhao Ying

Even in September,  it's still hot in Tongbo mountain in east China's Jiangxi Province. Temperatures can reach over 37 degrees Celsius. To escape the scorching sun, we dive into the gurgling stream in the valley and find an amazing "Underwater Palace." Here, there are not only stones and gravels fallen from the mountains, but also some verdant water plants and tiny fish moving gently in tune with the flowing water.

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(Cover image via VCG. Video shot and edited by CGTN's Zhao Ying.)

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