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Sinologists experience the unique Chinese landscape

2014-09-15 13:50:47

( By Yu Yao


As a part of the activities within the "2014 Visiting Program for Young Sinologists" co-hosted by the Ministry of Culture and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, more than 30 young sinologists visit the Ming Tombs and the Juyong Pass of the Great Wall to experience the unique Chinese lifestyle and landscape, from Sept 13 to 14. [Photo by Yu Yao/]

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