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Bamboo Country of China [English / Chinese]

By: Wu Jiping(Author)
101 pages, colour photos
Bamboo Country of China [English / Chinese]
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Language: Bilingual in English and Chinese

Anji has excellent natural ecology, thousands hectare of bamboo forest. The forest cover rate reaches 69.3%. The National Bamboo Forest Park, the Headstream of Huangpujiang River-Longwangshan natural protection area has fantastic scenery and perfect protection of its aboriginality. More than 100 different natural or human culture sights spreads all over the county, which looks like bright pearls encased in the mountains and river.

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By: Wu Jiping(Author)
101 pages, colour photos
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