Postcard from China: Chestnuts

CBS News 1 month ago

On the streets of Beijing, just about the time Jack Frost starts nipping at your nose, you can smell the chestnuts roasting on open fires, as many street corner vendors do a brisk business. Ben Tracy reports.

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