Home from Home Ep. 10: The challenges of life

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    Linhu Gusai is a tourist attraction you can’t miss in Ulanqab, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. One can even encounter a giant panda here. Villagers have improved their lives with the booming tourism industry. Follow “Home from Home” to find out more. #China #Travel #Nature

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