Everyone knows that the flag of China is two-colored: a red canvas and 5 yellow stars. It is clear that the origins of such symbols are connected with communism, which is still the main ideological direction of the ruling party. She is there, by the way, only one. No stubborn opponents and pre-election intrigues. But it's not about that. What am I talking about? You'll understand now.
Rapeseed fields and the Liaohe coast
Flag of China
There are a lot of beautiful places in China. Despite the fact that the largest Chinese cities often suffer from smog, there are still nature reserves and protected areas in the country. In the light of the above, I want to tell you about the most popular yellow and red fields in China. Let's start in red.
“Panjin Red Beach”, China
In the Shuangtai Hekou Nature Reserve, covering an area of 600 thousand hectares, there is a place called “Panjin Red Beach” that is, “red beach.” It is named so, no matter how trite, because of its bright red color:
“Panjin Red Beach” in China
Do you think these are flowers? Not at all. This is algae. In May, the algae are green, but by the end of the summer they die off and acquire such a color. As a result, the entire Liaohe River Delta turns red… Downright bloody.
“Red Beach” in Shuangtai Hekou Nature Reserve
Another “attraction” of this place is rare birds. About 236 species of birds live here! Many of them are endangered species, therefore they are under state protection. So no slingshots, comrades!)))
Shuangtai Hekou, China
We have Red Square and China has Red Beach =))
What yellow fields did I mention above? About the fields of flowering canola, from which the Chinese produce vegetable oil for food purposes.
By the way, canola is just rapeseed. I once tried rapeseed oil. To be honest, I don't remember what it tastes like. But sunflower is still delicious. More familiar somehow. .jpg” alt=”Rapeseed fields and the Liaohe coast on the flag of China” />
Flowering canola field
During the flowering period of rapeseed, numerous photographers come to the fields. And here is something to take a picture. See for yourself:
In my opinion, if there was no communism in China, the flag that they have now could have been invented at least would be in honor of these picturesque fields. Well, why, in fact, not? =)))
Photographer and blooming rapeseed
Which fields do you like more: yellow or red?