UNESCO: Why Sustainability, Biodiversity Matter/Modern Chinese Literature growing global appeal

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CGTN published this video item, entitled “UNESCO: Why Sustainability, Biodiversity Matter/Modern Chinese Literature growing global appeal” – below is their description.

— UNESCO’s commitment to sustainability and biodiversity protection in the words of the director of the UN agency’s Regional Science Bureau for Asia and the Pacific, Shahbaz Khan.

— Modern contemporary Chinese literature has a growing global appeal. Find out why from the editorial director of the New York Review of Books Classics Series.

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