Exclusive | British son-in-law experiences joy of harvest on 'Shuangjiang'
The solar term of Shuangjiang signifies the transition into coldness and the advent of an early frost. It is the last solar term in autumn and signifies the beginning of winter.
In the north of China, it's also the end of the life cycle for most herbage; just as the old saying goes, shuāngjiàng shā bǎicǎo "Shuangjiang kills the herbs." Farmers would rush to harvest their crops at this time of year.
On the day of Shuangjiang, Mark from the UK joined in the autumn harvest, working alongside the local farmers and experiencing the joy of harvest. Watch the video now for more details.