A pear colony tucked away among Mount Emei

By Liu Sitong
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At an elevation of 700 meters, a 13-hectare land, with the name Huaguoshan, is covered with blossoming pear trees near the Xinkai Temple at Mount Emei from mid-March to late April. The pear forest has been planted there for nearly 50 years, among thousands of cherry and plum trees that are also in full bloom during this time of year. [Photo/China.org.cn]
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