The ruins of Chinese Tusi sites have successfully won a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List, at the World Heritage Conference in Bonn, Germany.
The Grand Canal is a vast waterway system in the north-eastern and central-eastern plains of China, running from Beijing in the north to Zhejiang province in the south.
Part of the millennium-old trade route, the Silk Road has been successfully included into the UNESCO World Heritage list at the 38th session of the World Heritage Committee in Doha.
Xinjiang Tianshan is a serial property totaling 606,833 hectares and consisting of four components which are located along the 1,760 km Tianshan range
The terraces have been cultivated by the Hani people for at least 1300 years. They are the product of history, agricultural innovation and much strenuous labor.