The Summer Solstice
Author:SIMO BLOWER Time:2016-06-22
The Summer Solstice is one of the 24 solar terms in Chinese calendar. On the day of Summer Solstice, daylight lasts the longest for the whole year in the northern hemisphere. After this day, daylight hours get shorter and shorter and temperatures become higher in the northern hemisphere. How
long is the longest day of Summer Solstice in China? The entire day of Mohe in Helongjiang province, located in the most northern tip of China, lasts nearly 17 hours when you include morning twilight and its afterglow. And Summer Solstice is the best season for viewing the aurora in Mohe.
There is a saying which goes, "eating dumplings on the Winter Solstice day and eating noodles on the Summer Solstice day." People in different areas of Shandong also eat chilled noodles on this day.
Above is the origin and customs of the Summer Solstice. When the hot weather is coming, SIMO BLOWER wants to remind families and friends that in this scorching summer, please pay attention to the heatstroke and pest control, drink water regularly, and eat more fruits and vegetables. In such a hot summer, SIMO BLOWER hopes to bring the cool to you.