How cold is it in China now?

Since November, the north-western part of China is dominated by severe frosts. After the storms and snowfall, a real ice age reigned in the region. But the locals are not discouraged and are actively sharing on the Internet images and videos of the effects of the harsh Chinese winter.

In a published video, the Chinese show their frozen doors, windows, clothes and food, as well as conduct various experiments that demonstrate the degree of cold weather.


 
In the beginning, someone rolls the snow into a huge roll, then they put a damp sweater out on the street, which freezes on a hanger. A water bottle freezes before our eyes, an egg broken into a skillet turns into an icy scrambled egg, a stream of water from a tap grows into an ice tower, and usually hot noodles are frozen to a fork. The roller ends with a spectacular water spray against the background of the sunset. Splashes crystallize right in the air, not having time to fall on the ground.