Ninth Wonder of the World

Jul 19 , 2022 | Innovation,Social Good

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China may be best known for its Great Wall, but is also has a series of walls carved into the sides of some of its mountains. It’s a feat of will, perseverance and innovation — and connects communities once isolated by geography. This story from our Host James Chau 

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