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Climate complicates heritage preservation

Time:2023-09-11 14:18:00 Source: CHINA DAILY China Youth International

Ongoing digitization project in Cave 351 of the Mogao Caves in Dunhuang, Gansu province. WANG KAIHAO/CHINA DAILY

Experts gather to swap notes, explore solutions to better protect cave temples and stone carvings worldwide, Yang Feiyue reports in Chongqing.

Around 160 domestic and international experts came together in Chongqing between Aug 19 and 21 to explore opportunities for cooperation and methods to protect rock carvings in cave temples around the world.

The carvings run the risk of damage over time as a result of weathering and climate change, Wang Jinhua, professor at Fudan University, said during the International Forum on Cave Temple Conservation.

It was hosted by the National Cultural Heritage Administration and the Chongqing municipal government.

Original Title:Climate complicates heritage preservation
Editor:Li Yuanyuan
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