China's Arctic Village refers to the Arctic Village in Mohe County, Heilongjiang Province, formerly known as Mohe Village, which is located at the northernmost end of China. Its geographic coordinates are 122 degrees 21'05 to 122 degrees 21'30, 53 degrees 27'00 to 53 degrees 33'30, and it has the title of "China's Sleepless City".
Chinese Arctic Village
Located at the northernmost end of China, across the river from Ignasino, Russia, the average temperature in January was minus 30.6 degrees Celsius, where minus 52.3 degrees Celsius once appeared. Every year around the summer solstice, 24 hours a day is almost day, looking north at midnight, the sky is white, like evening and like dawn. Around the summer solstice and in late autumn, clear moonlit nights often cover thousands of miles. It's the best time to watch the Northern Lights. If you are lucky enough to get to the Arctic Village in the extreme daytime, you can also see the colorful aurora, which mostly occurs around 7 days before and after the summer solstice.