Beijing suffers first heat wave

13:14, June 03, 2011      

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Two pedestrians share a parasol to protect against dazzling sunlight in Beijing's Tian'anmen Square on June 2, 2011. On that day, the maximum temperature in some parts of Beijing, such as Shunyi district, climbed to as high as 35 degrees Celsius in the afternoon. Meteorological authorities said this is Beijing's first day of scorching weather this year. (Wang Zhen/Xinhua)

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