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AZERBAIJIAN, July 5 -- The Migratory Bird Habitat along the coast of the Yellow Sea-Bohai Gulf of China (Phase I) was added to the World Heritage List as a natural site, which was announced on 5 July 2019 at the World Heritage Conference held in Baku, Azerbaijan. So far, the total number of world heritage sites in China has increased to 54.

The Phase I site located at Yancheng city of Jiangsu province, is right in the middle of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. Every year, thousands of migratory birds make stopovers and breed, among which, there are 23 kinds of Birds of International Importance.

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AZERBAIJAN, July 9, China daily -- The Archaeological Ruins of Liangzhu City in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, which date back 5,300 years, were inscribed onto the UNESCO World Heritage list on Saturday during the 43rd session of the World Heritage Committee in Baku, Azerbaijan.

The ruins, whose core area covers 14.3 square kilometers in the northwest of Hangzhou, is considered an important representation of early urban civilization, with rice-cultivating agriculture as the economic foundation.

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BEIJING, June 24, Xinhua -- Beijing has used drones to conduct health monitoring of pine trees in the city's northwest Yanqing district, according to Beijing Evening News on Tuesday.

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BEIJING, June 20, China daily -- China will continue to work with countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative to combat desertification through more training courses and projects, Zhang Jianlong, head of the National Forestry and Grassland Administration, said on Monday.

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DUBLIN, May 27, Xinhua -- A delegation from the hometown of Giant Pandas in China's southwest Sichuan province held a meeting here on Monday to promote their tourism in Ireland.

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