In this Week in Photos, tourists cross the Broken Bridge over the Yalu River dividing China and North Korea, locals and tourists celebrate the Water-Sprinkling Festival together in Yunnan province, and a pair of giant pandas in Sichuan province prepare for their journey to the Netherlands.
Tourists stand on the Broken Bridge over the Yalu River, which divides China and North Korea in Dandong, Liaoning province, April 15, 2017. Xie Kuangshi/Sixth Tone
A speedboat driver smokes by Baiyangdian Lake, Xiong County, part of the planned site of the Xiongan New Area, Hebei province, April 14, 2017. Wu Huiyuan/Sixth Tone
Participants set off from Tiananmen Square for the annual Beijing International Running Festival and Beijing Half Marathon, April 16, 2017. Jason Lee/Reuters
Chinese students practice gymnastics and yoga at Mingzhu Elementary School in Jinan, Shandong province, April 13, 2017. Li Yingxia/VCG
Giant pandas Xing Ya (left) and Wu Wen wait in cargo boxes at the Wolong National Nature Reserve in Sichuan province before their journey to the Netherlands, April 11, 2017. Wang Xiao/IC
Locals and tourists celebrate the Water-Sprinkling Festival at a square in Jinghong city, Dai Autonomous Prefecture of Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, April 15, 2017. IC
Octopus-shaped kites fly over a holiday resort in Weifang, Shandong province, April 15, 2017. Lu You/VCG