"Chushu" of the 24 solar terms on the Chinese lunar calendar

In the Chinese lunar calendar, today is "Chushu", which loosely translates as "end of heat" and marks the temperature shift from summer heat to autumn chill. This transition period, known as "Qiu Laohu", literally means "Autumn Tiger", or as Westerners might colloquially refer to it, "Indian summer".


Designer: Xing Cheng

Editor: Chen Bo

Producer: Wu Haixia

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