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News Updates
CUBG course on ex situ conservation techniques completed 17-10-30
XTBG and University of Bristol sign MoU 17-10-26
SEABRI contributes to improve capacity building of plant identification of Myanmar 17-10-23
Tropical Plant Identification and Forest Management Training opened in Myanmar 17-10-19
International workshop on response of forest ecosystems to climate change held at XTBG 17-10-19
XTBG participates in 2017 Annual Conference on Chinese Botanic Gardens 17-10-16
Advanced Field Course in Ecology and Conservation-Xishuangbanna 2017 opens 17-10-16
Luring hornets: scientists unlock sex pheromone of notorious honey bee predator 17-10-13
CUBG Plant Information Management System to be put into use 17-10-11
Chen Jin visits Motuo for a new botanical garden 17-09-26
Xishuangbanna rainforest eco-culture on show at Nanshan Botanical Garden 17-09-25
“Run into the green world”—Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden Marathon 17-09-18
Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden Marathon to kick off soon 17-09-14
Program Office of SEABRI to be established in Lao PDR 17-08-19
Chen Jin visits Nanjing Botanical Garden. Sun Yat-Sen 17-09-14
Chen Jin lectures at “Botanical Garden Development and Management” Training Course 17-09-12
New plant species discovered along China-Myanmar border 17-09-04
China-Myanmar friendship forest project completed 17-09-02
Chen Jin invited as chief scientific communication expert of CAST 17-08-31
CAS to set up biodiversity office in Laos 17-08-23
Epiphytic bryophytes evaluated as bio-indicators of nitrogen pollution in subtropical forest 17-08-17
Chinese botanical gardens enlarge plant conservation area 17-08-15
XTBG Summer Camp 2017 for Outstanding College Students completed 17-08-08
XTBG presents at XIX International Botanical Congress 17-07-31
2,584 rare species preserved by China’s botanical gardens 17-08-02
CUBG and BGCI join hands to conserve plant diversity worldwide 17-07-28
CUBG and BGCI join hands to promote capacity building of botanical gardens 17-07-26
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