02/21/2019 China-U.S. trade talks/Interview with Oscar-winning filmmaker
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Water salute welcomes medics returned from Hubei to Shanxi Province
Published on 22 Feb 2019, 0:44
A flock of red-crowned cranes is being closely seen at East China’s Yancheng National Rare Bird Reserve. Yancheng is a coastal city which is home to thousands of red-crowned cranes and other birds. Bird lovers will love walking through the gallery to see these cute endangered birds.
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