Welcome to Winter Wonderland

Jan 22 , 2021 | Lifestyle

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In his holiday classic, Bing Crosby sang about his dream for a white, snowy Christmas— but an ocean away in Harbin, China, ice and snow is always guaranteed. 

Each year, the northeastern city of Harbin stages a massive, globally renowned festival of ice— using over 200,000 cubic meters of ice pulled from the Songhua River, to create a wonderland of ice sculptures. 

Our Host James Chau takes us on an up-close adventure into the art and design of sculpted frozen water.

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