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Use temples to conserve orchid species
Xishuangbanna is one of the most orchid-rich areas in China. However, over-collection and habitat loss have taken many orchid species towards extinction in the wild and orchids are among the most threatened flowering plants. As part of efforts to protect orchid plants and increase public awareness of orchid conservat...
A festival for nature lovers
Bird watching appears to be in vogue in China. A dozen “international” birding events have been held across the country already this year, and several more are on the horizon. Aside from promoting the hobby, which is popular in many Western countries, the main aim of these events is to attract tourists to some of t...
5th XTBG Birding Festival wins applause
Experienced birders, enthusiastic birdwatchers or environmental protection organizations gathered together and applauded for the 5th Birding Festival of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) during November 4-6. The birding festival offered activities for birders of all ages, including presentations by bird exp...
5th XTBG Birding Festival calls for participation
A great way to enjoy bird watching is by going to festivals. Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) is to host its 5th Birding Festival during November 4-6 to get you to great birding spots in the garden at a great time of the year. All bird and nature lovers are welcomed to participate. It will be enjoyable and ...
Chinese Paintings about Tropical Rainforest show rich and vivid Xishuangbanna
The famous French writer Gustave Flaubert said: "the science and art, break up at the foot of the mountain, meet at the top of the hill." This famous saying had a realistic portrayal at Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) with the opening of Science & Art Collaboration: the Chinese Painting Exhibition of Rainf...
The second training course on gardening and horticulture 2016 completed
The Second Training Course 2016 on Gardening and Horticulture came to a successful end on September 26, with 67 trainees obtained professional qualification certificate. The 40-day course from August 22 to September 26 was mainly designed for students from Puer College. The 40-day curriculum consisted of lectures, fi...
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