Each November, workers start hauling massive blocks of ice out of the frozen Songhua River. Using cranes, chainsaws, picks, lasers and LED lights, they use these blocks to construct a colorful fantasy land that becomes more astonishing each year - Harbin's "Ice and Snow World," an extravaganza of lit-up ice structures that attracts one million visitors yearly to this city in Northeast China each year.
Each November, workers start hauling massive blocks of ice out of the frozen Songhua River. Using cranes, chainsaws, picks, lasers and LED lights, they use these blocks to construct a colorful fantasy land that becomes more astonishing each year - Harbin's "Ice and Snow World," an extravaganza of lit-up ice structures that attracts one million visitors yearly to this city in Northeast China each year. MCT
Each November, workers start hauling massive blocks of ice out of the frozen Songhua River. Using cranes, chainsaws, picks, lasers and LED lights, they use these blocks to construct a colorful fantasy land that becomes more astonishing each year - Harbin's "Ice and Snow World," an extravaganza of lit-up ice structures that attracts one million visitors yearly to this city in Northeast China each year. MCT

In frozen Harbin, China, a festival of ice

February 18, 2014 1:45 PM