Live: Three Gorges Museum preserving Chongqing’s personality

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CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: Three Gorges Museum preserving Chongqing’s personality” – below is their description.

How would you explain the personality of Chongqing people today? You may find some answers in the Chongqing China #ThreeGorges Museum, which recounts how boat trackers were hauling those who sailed up the once-harsh Yangtze River many years ago. CGTN anchor Michelle van den Bergh and the museum’s deputy director and researcher, Zhang Rongxiang, take you on a tour. #RisingStarCities

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