BizFocus Ep.43: "Permanent preservation & sustainable utilization" of Dunhuang relics

Editor's note: In our BizFocus series, CGTN anchors and reporters explore the most vibrant business sectors in China. Through in-depth interviews with industry experts and on-the-ground coverage, we bring you the latest developments and trends in various business sectors.

The Mogao Grottoes in China’s Dunhuang City are a UNESCO World Heritage site with 45,000 square meters of ancient wall paintings and over 2,400 sculptures. Since the 1990s, digital technology has opened up the possibility of “permanent preservation” of the Buddhist art in Dunhuang. Now cutting-edge technologies are also bringing immersive experiences to visitors, which is helping to boost local tourism revenues.

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