CGTN Nature presents 'Journeys in Nature: Life in Sanjiangyuan Series'
From November 9 to 15, CGTN Nature presents seven episodes of "Journeys in Nature: Life in Sanjiangyuan Series," taking you on a trip to explore the Sanjiangyuan National Park in northwestern China's Qinghai Province. Stay tuned!
Angsai Township sits in Sanjiangyuan National Park's Lancang River Source area. To protect the local biodiversity, several young people from Beijing pursue wild animals. In the Angsai Canyon, the Lancang River has been rushing for eons. This episode takes you to Angsai to see what they experienced here!
Jiatang Grassland hosts large stretches of wetlands and alpine meadows. Every summer, it's an amusement park for the animals. The summer pasture is also a temporary abode for the herdsmen and also provides a joyful atmosphere for the kids. And furthermore, it also makes the kids joyfully exposed to nature. One can witness the unbelievable moments when mountain weasels play hide and seek with herdsmen's daughters.
The Tibetan fox is a star species here with its endearing nature and cute appearance.
Little Dolma is eight years old. Despite her young age, she already helps her parents with housework. Little Dolma and her peers in Ganda Village are always afraid of bear attacks. How do they deal with the conflict? Fine out in the series!
Early in the morning, a group of young people in Tibetan costumes assemble at the entrance of Ganda Village. They saddle up and set off in lines galloping on the grassland. This dashing squad is Ganda's environmental protection team who call themselves the "Ecological Caravan."
With an average elevation of 4,100 meters, Jianzuo Village is located near the headwaters of the Lancang River. The serene place hosts a picturesque landscape. Little known to outsiders, this xanadu is the first community on the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau to produce "zero waste."
The monk who meditates and chants is Jiangyang Xiran. He's the abbot of a nearby temple, or "khenpo" in Tibetan Buddhism. Unlike other monks, he's accompanied by a little blue sheep.
On the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, the relationship between man and nature has always been a topic of interest. Follow the new series and learn more!
(Photos by CGTN Nature filming crew.)
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