The traditional East Asian calendars divide a year into 24 solar terms (节气). Báilù (pīnyīn) is the 15th solar term. When “White Dews” comes, the temperature decreases further and the weather getscooler. In the morning, you can see the dew on the grass and trees. In many places ofChina, the air is clear, the sky is high and the clouds are peaceful. People can oftenfeel the gentle autumn breeze blowing.