South China provinces complete early-rice planting amid lingering drought (2)

10:28, June 05, 2011      

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Farmers prepare for transplanting rice seedlings in the fields of Nanhu village of Xiaogan City, central China's Hubei Province on June 4, 2011. The city, which has suffered a drought for months, witnessed a light rain on Saturday, and the local farmers seized the opportunity to transplant rice seedlings. (Xinhua/Du Huaju)


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