A series of events ranging from art performances and farmers’ sports meetings to calligraphy and painting exhibitions are being held across the country to mark the fourth Chinese Farmers’ Harvest Festival on Thursday ahead of what is predicted to be a bumper autumn harvest.
Created in 2018, the festival is held each year on the autumn equinox during the harvest season and became a statutory event this year.
Figures from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs showed the autumn grain growing area is about 86 million hectares this year and is bracing for a bumper harvest.
Autumn grain crops account for the bulk of the year’s grain production in China.
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