Live: A closer look at Boundary Monument No. 1 from the Qing Dynasty – Ep. 9

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    China has a coastline stretching more than 18,000 kilometers, starting from the Beilun River’s mouth in the south and up to northward to the mouth of the Yalu River. CGTN has launched a special program, “Tides of Change,” which tracks China’s ocean economy, starting from the South China Sea. Our livestream odyssey begins from Boundary Monument No. 1 from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in Fangchenggang City, south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. #TidesofChange

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