Watching the Yellow River
Freshman Jing Zhang appreciates the beauty of the Hukou Waterfall of the Yellow River, the cradle of Chinese Civilization. "When the Yellow River surges," writes Zhang, "the water speeds up. Then it rushes down from the narrow mouth, forming a grand waterfall as if water is pouring down from a huge teapot. Hence it gets the name Hukou (kettle spout) Waterfall."
Photo submitted by Jing Zhang