The mausoleum of the first Chinese emperor Qinshihuang reopened in northwest China’s Shaanxi Province on Friday after doors were shut in July because of a COVID-19 outbreak.
Earlier this month, new guidelines were announced that calls for efforts to build scientifically designed and successful heritage protection systems in both urban and rural regions.
Take a look at this wonderland from the sky and enjoy the beauty of mother nature.
China will further step up efforts to safeguard and transmit historical and cultural heritage with comprehensive protection systems, more funds and improved laws and regulations.
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Quanzhou, Unesco World Heritage city in China that gave us ‘satin’, and its storied place in history; SCMP
A cloud “waterfall” appears in Mount Sanqingshan, a famous Taoist sacred mountain in Shangrao City, east China’s Jiangxi Province.
Once a site is put on the World Heritage list there seems to be little that Unesco can do to ensure good conservation practice – just look at the Great Wall and Potala Palace in China.
China has made remarkable improvement in the excavation, utilization and protection of cultural relics since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in 2012, according to a report from the State Council.
Located in Songpan County, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Huanglong Scenic and Historic Interest Area is known for its open-air calcified colorful ponds, virgin forests and snow-capped mountains.
The Extended 44th session of the World Heritage Committee was held in Fuzhou, Fujian province, from July 16 to 31. Tian Xuejun, chairman of the extended session and the Chinese National Commission for UNESCO, shares the outlook of World Heritage in China at the meeting’s conclusion.
UNESCO inscribes 34 new properties on World Heritage List during extended 44th session; Hong Yaobin; CGTN
The World Heritage Committee has inscribed a total of 34 properties – 29 cultural and five natural sites – on UNESCO’s World Heritage List during its extended 44th session.
“Quanzhou: Emporium of the World in Song-Yuan China” was accepted as a cultural property on UNESCO World Heritage List.