The Yellow Sea is an important life source for people in China's Shandong province. Each spring, they harvest half a million tons of kelp, a type of seafood that contributes to food, industry and the economy. But during the rest of the year, the community stays active — deep diving for sea cucumbers, a delicacy in Chinese and Southeast Asian cuisines that ripens in the fall season. Our Host James Chau looks at the balance between business and nature.
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