Live: A sneak peek of Shennv Peak in southwest China’s Chongqing City

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CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: A sneak peek of Shennv Peak in southwest China’s Chongqing City” – below is their description.

Shennv, which means “goddess” in Chinese, is located in the Three Gorges area on the Yangtze River. As a Chinese legend goes, Yaoji, the goddess of Wushan, resides there. The peak stands out in the clouds like a graceful young girl and gets its name Shennv Peak. Have a view of the romantic peak attracting ancient and modern Chinese poets who gather inspiration from it. #RisingStarCities

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