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XTBG’s Winter Camp for teenagers concluded
On January 30, a summary meeting at XTBG Museum saw the end of the Winter Camp for juveniles, which was hosted by Beijing Teenager Science & Technology Club and XTBG. Concerned trainers and experts attended the closure. Over the past week, the juveniles participated in a series of activities themed around “exploration o...
“Exploration of tropical rainforest by teenagers” launched
Co-organized by Beijing Teenager Science & Technology Club and XTBG, the popular scientific activity entitled “Exploration of tropical rainforest by teenagers” was formally opened on January 25 at XTBG. After having a general understanding about XTBG, the teenagers from various key senior middle schools are to expe...
Photography Contest completed successfully
In order to celebrate the establishment of Tropical Brilliant Flowers Garden and reconstruction of Palm Garden being finished, XTBG sponsored a photography contest on October13. The contest was open to all photography enthusiasts at XTBG. The contest was seeking photos that would inspire people to achieve environmental ex...
Dr. Chiu Sein Tuck of KFBG visits XTBG
Dr. Chiu Sein Tuck, head of Education Department of Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG), together with his colleagues, paid a tour to XTBG during June 25-29. His tour is aimed to further cooperation and exchange experience of public science education between the two gardens. Dr. Chiu Sein Tuck, with colleagues in XTB...
Joint exhibition on biodiversity conservation by XTBG and Kew
On the International Biodiversity Day (May 22) 2007, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and XTBG jointly held exhibitions on biodiversity conservation, by means of exchanging posters. The exhibition of XTBG was under the theme “Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden and regional biodiversity conservation”, and the posters of ...
Museum receives over 1 million visitors in 3 years
The Tropical Rainforest Ethnic Culture Museum of XTBG had received over one million visitors from home and abroad by the end of 2006 since its trial opening on October 1, 2003, according to statistics. It receives 1,000 visitors per day on average. With a unique conception and in diversified displaying techniques, th...
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