WATCH: Spectators Get Swept Up in Massive Chinese River Bore Tide

The Qiantang River in China is famous for having massive bore tides that lead to gigantic waves, and it’s a tradition for people to gather so they get swept up in the tide.

And it happened again this weekend:

The Atlantic recently featured a piece on this early tradition in east China. The waves can apparently get up to 30 feet high.

[image via screengrab]

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