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BEIJING, June 1, China daily -- China is now the biggest holder of world natural as well as cultural and natural heritage sites, with 17 sites in the country accounting for 6.8 percent of the global total.

Following Italy, China ranks second worldwide with 53 world heritage sites.

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TOKYO, May 31, Xinhua -- Giant Panda cub Xiang Xiang, which has been adored by huge flux of visitors to the Tokyo zoo, will extend its stay here and return to China by the end of 2020, Tokyo Govenor Yuriko Koike said Friday.

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BEIJING, May 31 -- China currently has 53 World Heritage Sites and ranks second in the world, which was announced by Marielza Oliveira, director of the UNESCO office in Beijing at Cultural and Natural Heritage Day in 2019.

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BEIJING, May 20 -- Li Shuming, Deputy Administrator of National Forestry and Grassland Administration of China met with Luis Hidalgo Okimura, the regional governor of Madre de Dios of Peru in Beijing on May 20, 2019. They exchanged views on issues both concerned with, including forestry investment and trade, wildlife protection and ecotourism. Both of them agreed to strengthen pragmatic forestry cooperation under bilateral MoU, and together promote sustainable forest resources management and win-win cooperation.

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AUSTRIA, May 20 -- Yuanyuan, a 20-year-old male giant panda, left Chengdu on April 16, 2019 for Austria and met the public in Schonbrunn Zoo in Vienna, Austria on May 20.

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