A century-old grapevine has attracted many visitors in the Chinese capital Beijing.
The symbolic grapevine is believed to be a hundred and five years old. It is carefully covered by longan grapes, which is one of China's most ancient grape varieties. It was purposely reshaped in the form of a dragon. This is while an international conference nicknamed the Grape Olympics is also underway there. It's showcasing more than one-thousand grape varieties from over forty countries. The conference is held every four years around the world, and this is the first time it has been held in Asia.