Live: Enjoy picturesque view of Tianchi Lake in northwest China’s Xinjiang

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CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: Enjoy picturesque view of Tianchi Lake in northwest China’s Xinjiang” – below is their description.

Tianchi Lake, which literally means “heavenly lake” in Chinese, is located about 100 kilometers east of Urumqi City, in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Known for its picturesque views, Tianchi Lake is listed as a national 5A-level scenic spot, the highest level awarded by China’s National Tourism Administration. Join CGTN for a picturesque view of this alpine pearl. #continuousstream

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