Two freezing Days around the annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival
There’s a city in the north-easternmost corner of China. In Heilongjiang province, still a good two-hour flight away from Beijing, close to the Siberian border:
A Chinese industrial tier-two city with roughly eleven million inhabitants and an annual average temperature of mere 4 degrees centigrade, where there’s not much that would attract tourist visitors.
Except for one month in a year: