Flower fairs have been a quintessential New Year's tradition in south China dating back at least 100 years. Reporters Huang Fei and Omar Khan visited one of the oldest markets in Guangdong Province, possibly the only one happening on water. Check out the video to see what they did at the fair!
About 'Chinese New Year Flowers':
To celebrate the Chinese New Year, Chinese people buy a variety of flowers. These flowers can not only decorate their homes but also represent good wishes. What kind of flowers did they buy across China? What do these plants symbolize? Explore more in our new series "Chinese New Year Flowers"!
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