Bird's eye view of Changdao: An archipelago of peace and harmony

Changshan Islands, also called Changdao, is an archipelago consisting of 151 islands. The islands are located at the northern end of China's Shandong Province, across the waterway connecting the Bohai Sea to the Yellow Sea. The islands are a stopover for many migratory birds. The locals rely on the sea for livelihood. It's a place where one can find peace and harmony between human and nature.

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(Cover image via screenshot, video provided by CGTN Nature film crew. Editor: Xing Fangyu)

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