Hundreds of new books are blown into the air in a fashion college as strong gust of winds attacks southeast China on Sunday

Hundreds of books are blown away by a sudden gale in China

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This is the joyful moment when students yell as their new books get blown away by strong winds at their first school day in southeast China.

Students from Jiangxi Institute of Fashion Technology were screaming with joy as the weather turned bad all of a sudden when teachers were about to hand out their textbooks.

The unpredictable weather had ruined hundreds of books as it got carried away by strong gust of winds and heavy showers. 

Hundreds of new books are blown into the air in a fashion college as strong gust of winds attacks southeast China on Sunday

Hundreds of new books are blown into the air in a fashion college as strong gust of winds attacks southeast China on Sunday

The weather was perfect until the moment when the teachers was about to give out the new books

The weather was perfect until the moment when the teachers was about to give out the new books

Pictured: Hundreds of new books are blown into the air in a fashion college as strong gust of winds attacks Jiangsxi Province, southeast China on Sunday. 

The clip, shared by Pear Video, shows hundreds of textbooks flying in the air being swept away by gale-force winds on March 4. 

Plastic buckets and packaging papers were blown away from the corridor. Students and teachers were trying to hide behind the pillars. 

One student, surnamed Yao, explained the teacher was preparing to distribute the new books to the students at the corridor on the first day of school.

‘Some of the classmates were sent to 798 Arts Centre to get their new books. The weather was perfect on the day but it turned bad suddenly. It was really windy, no one can battle against the strong force,’ stated.Yao.

Students are laughing and screaming as they try to hide behind the pillars at the corridor

Students are laughing and screaming as they try to hide behind the pillars at the corridor

Students are laughing and screaming as they try to hide behind the pillars at the corridor

The gale-force winds and strong showers destroy hundreds of new textbooks in minutes 

The gale-force winds and strong showers destroy hundreds of new textbooks in minutes 

The gale-force winds and strong showers destroy hundreds of new textbooks in minutes 

On the same day, the strong winds had torn off an airport’s departure hall soffit in the same Province.

The power of nature ripped away masonry piece by piece, causing debris to collapse onto the pavement outside the pick-up area.  

Wind speeds of over 30 metres per second were recorded when the accident happened, reports added.

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