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Int’l Cooperation News
Dr. Akihiro Nakamura becomes associate editor of Biodiversity and Conservation 16-03-03
XTBG participates in 7th International Workshop on Desiccation Sensitivity and Tolerance across L... 16-01-22
Thieves arrested for stealing endangered timber 16-01-20
XTBG participates in a conference on “Botanical research in tropical Asia” 15-12-17
Oldest Peach Pits Found in China 15-12-02
Prof.Hu Huabin attends 5th Southeast Asia Botanic Gardens Network Meeting 15-11-09
Prof. Li Qingjun presents at 7th International Symposium on the Family Zingiberaceae 15-08-26
Gathering of scientists talks about history and future threats of Yunnan biodiversity hotspot 15-08-10
Delegation of Myanmar Ministry of Forestry visits XTBG 15-06-09
The Third International “Fascination of Plants Day” celebrated 15-05-18
XTBG presents at 2015 BGCI International Congress on Education in Botanic Gardens 15-05-08
XTBG: Restoring tropical rainforest in SW Yunnan, China 15-04-07
A speech by Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, about the illegal wildlife trade in XTBG 15-03-06
Prince William plants a Dillenia indica tree in Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden 15-03-04
Restoring tropical rainforests in southwest Yunnan, China 15-02-25
Prof. Chen Jin talks about “zero extinction” in Thailand 15-01-13
Li Hongwei visits Myanmar for research facilities of CAS Biodiversity Research Center 15-01-13
Biologists finish first biodiversity survey in Northern Myanmar 14-12-22
Advanced Workshop in Ecology and Conservation completed 14-10-24
XTBG participates in 4th International Palaeontological Congress 14-10-09
Delegation of Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden visits XTBG 14-09-12
The Chinese Garden Project warm-up activities 14-08-13
Two Dragons Garden launch Reception 14-06-11
XTBG forges partnership with Bangor University 14-05-12
XTBG and Griffith University forge partnership 14-05-05
The Ecology of Climate Change in the Tropics and Subtropics - China 14-02-21
Gathering of scientists discusses botanical gardens and climate change 14-01-15
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