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On June 15, 2021 local time, the Torin-in Temple of Myoshin Temple, Kyoto, Japan began to host Red Mountain Eupatorium“Flower Viewing Party”. Hongshan Eupatorium blooms in the morning and withers in the evening. It is called”Heike Monogatari” The”Flower of Salo” symbolizes impermanence. (Photo/Visual China)

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