Live: The Mighty Yangtze – Kids visit Forest City Studio on Mid-Autumn Festival

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Located in Pujiang Country Park, the project to study biological restoration by the Forest City Studio has become an ideal place for children to learn about plants and animals. More than 1,000 species have found their home at the education base. Visit the local country park to explore biological science with CGTN’s anchor Pan Deng on Mid-Autumn Festival. Enjoy a perfect summer night with kids from Shanghai, and discover the stories of local bugs, birds, and natural resources. #ForNature #COP15

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