Looking into China: Green China driven by Technology

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Lee Barrett is a British vlogger living in China. He came to China in 2007. During these years, he visited many cities and areas, such as Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Xiongan New Area in Hebei Province. He witnessed the significant changes taken place over the decade in China, such as the better road system and more convenient payment methods.

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