Hangzhou government has designated June 24 and July 6 as days to honor the city’s premier historic…
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Thanks to museum technology advances in 3D printing, the Yungang Grottoes in China can become travelling exhibition from the ZJUMAA.
The Terracotta Warriors museum in China’s northwestern city of Xi’an is considered one of the greatest archaeological sites in the world.
The Concern Group for the Protection of the Guia Lighthouse has contested the response issued by the Cultural Affairs Bureau that there was no need to assess the heritage impact of some development projects along Avenida do Dr. Rodrigo Rodrigues.
China’s Cultural and Natural Heritage Day falls on June 13 this year.
A drone captured two sika deers drinking water from a lake in Shennongjia National Park of central China’s Hubei Province. Sika deer is an endangered species under top national protection in China. The park, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, has taken a series of measures to protect its ecological environment.
The Potala Palace in southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region reopened to the public after being closed for more than four months due to the novel coronavirus epidemic.
A plan aimed at preserving the beauty of traditional Tibetan calligraphy by photographing old-style billboards and notices on streets in Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region has captured the attention of netizens on Chinese social media in May.
The Mogao Grottoes, a renowned UNESCO World Heritage site in Northwest China’s Gansu Province, reopened on Sunday after being closed for months due to the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Source: Mogao Grottoes in Gansu reopens
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Millions of people travel to China every year. According to Forbes, the country welcomed 60.7 million visitors in 2017.
The Yungang Grottoes, the more than 1,500-year-old UNESCO World Cultural Heritage, continued to shine amid the COVID-19 pandemic following a visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday.
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When surveyed from above, you can see how nature has sculpted the peak into a flock of eminences resembling turtles, forming the formidable “Race of Thousand Turtles.”
On Balagezong Mountain, tropical and alpine plants live side by side.