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QINGHAI, October 22 -- The 28th Wildlife Protection Promotion Event was held in Xining, Qinghai Province, China on October 19, 2019. Till now, Qinghai has 22 kinds of China's wildlife under first class protection and 26 under second class protection. The province also has two China’s pilot national parks.

FYG Forest science and Education 10.22 Wildlife protection promotion events held in Qinghai

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BEIJING, October 17, China daily -- China's Bao Yongqing has been named the overall winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition for 2019, claiming one of the world's top photography awards.

Forest science and education 10.17 Chinese photographer wins international award

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INNER MONGOLIA, October 1, China daily -- The Inner Mongolia autonomous region will encourage innovative ways to control desertification and contribute its experiences to more regions in the country as well as around the world.

Forest science and education 10.1 Inner Mongolia to spur innovation in efforts to combat desertification

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TIBET, September 10, China daily -- A glass observation deck at Pelri Mountain, one of the tourism spots in the Yani Wetland Tourism Zone in Tibet autonomous region's eastern Nyingchi city, started full operation last week, becoming the region's first glass observation deck at its scenery sites according to Tibet Tourism Co Ltd.

Pelri Mountain is the axis of the Yani Wetland Tourism Zone, where the city's Nyangchu River meets the Yarlung Zangpo River.

The beautiful scenery along the vast riverbank is an attraction for tourists, and Pelri Mountain, or the Pelgyal Neri in the Tibetan language, is a pilgrimage destination for many who practice the Tibetan Bon religion.

With the glass observation deck, tourists can observe the beautiful landscape from the deck with their entrance ticket; no extra costs will be charged.

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BEIJING, September 5, China daily -- Beijing's Olympic Forest Park, where athletes, coaches and officials of the 2008 Summer Games could relax from tense competitions, has grown into a major public recreational facility, with architects and city planners from home and abroad lauding it as a beacon of the Chinese capital's green legacy.

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