A closer look at Ningbo underwater relics

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Ningbo, one of the busiest ports on China’s east coast, has a history of maritime trade dating back centuries. The nation’s first underwater archaeological site was established in the city in 1998. Over 1,000 artifacts have been collected over the past six years. They range from silverware and stationary to foreign coins. Join CGTN to explore the latest discoveries and why they matter. #Ningbo #Tidesofchange #archaeology

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