Bird's eye view of Wuhan: The spring we never expected
Updated 14:22, 14-Mar-2020

As the number of new confirmed coronavirus cases in central China's Hubei Province falls, spring – a time of rebirth, renewal and awakening – is flourishing in the city. 

Over 10,000 cherry blossoms at the East Lake in Wuhan have started blooming. Most of the cherry blossom trees were planted by people from both China and Japan together in 1998, and the East Lake Cherry Blossom Park, also called Wuhan Moshan Cherry Blossom Park, is one of three "Cherry Blossom Capitals of the World."

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(Cover image via VCG)

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