River's surging high tide wave draws crowds

Updated: 2011-08-04 10:50


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River's surging high tide wave draws crowds

A boat is hung out of the way of rushing water as high tide hits the Qiangtang River in Haining city, East China's Zhejiang province, August 3, 2011. Every August, according to the lunar calendar, people flock to the area to watch the wall of water that surges up the river at high tide. [Photo/CFP] 

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