Live: A virtual tour of the man-made city beach in Shanghai – Ep.2

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The fourth edition of the China International Import Expo (CIIE), the world’s first import-themed national-level expo, will be held from November 5 to 10 in east China’s Shanghai, and the whole city is preparing for it. Jinshan City Beach, one of the few beaches within the east China metropolis, is a man-made beach and popular recreation area. Join CGTN to check it out! #CIIE2021#

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