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Cross over: Current situation in Guizhou province

01-04-2011 13:37 BJT

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Last weekend's freezing rain damaged power lines in southern Jiangxi and Guizhou provinces. To ensure continued electricity usage, both local power grids issued emergency plans. Full Story>>

To find out more about the bad weather in southern China, we now cross to CCTV reporter Qu Shang, who has just arrived in Guiyang city, capital city of Guizhou province.

Q1, Tell us more about the weather over there. How is it affecting the daily life of the residents?


Highways reopen in China's Guizhou after icy conditions

All highways in southwest China's Guizhou Province re-opened as of Monday afternoon, after the weekend's deep freeze led to icy conditions. Full Story>>

Motorists endure cold night on highway

Vehicles queued more than 20 kilometers along the Liuzhai section of National Highway 210 in Nandan County. People in their vehicles had no choice but to sleep in their vehicles. Officials conducted a head count of those stranded. Full Story>>

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV.CN

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