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Royal Commission for AlUla: Chinese people's 'keen interest in culture' brings AlUla to Beijing

 , Updated 14:14, 06-Jan-2024

Relics and stories unearthed from northwest Saudi Arabia are now being exhibited in the Chinese capital. "AlUla, Wonder of Arabia" opens its doors to the public on Saturday, at the iconic Palace Museum in Beijing. AlUla is home to the kingdom's first UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers evidence of cultural exchanges between China and the Arabian peninsula dating back centuries. Xu Xinchen sits down with the chief communication officer for the Royal Commission for AlUla to learn about its charms and wonders, and to find out what brings it to the Chinese capital.

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