Live: How has Dujiangyan Irrigation System become a living historical relic?

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    Located on the Chengdu Plain of the Minjiang River, the Dujiangyan Irrigation System is one of the oldest irrigation systems in the world. With a history of over 2,000 years, its continuous function has turned it into a living relic. CGTN reporter Yang Xinmeng and British vlogger Lee Barrett will visit the architectural miracle to explore the wisdom of ancient flood management on Friday.#Chinabyroad @itsAbby

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