Grain rain is the sixth of the 24 solar terms on the traditional Chinese lunisolar calendar, marking the end of spring. When it arrives, cold weather finally ends across the country, and temperature starts to rise. It is also a crucial time for grains to grow.
Watch this video provided by Weather China, the online weather service of the China Meteorological Administration, to find out more.
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