Amazing China in 60 Seconds: Hubei | Updated: 2022-07-08 10:27
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Central China's Hubei province, the cradle of the ancient Chu culture, is a place with profound cultural heritage and rich tourism resources.

Hubei is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the Shennongjia Nature Reserve, the Ancient Building Complex in the Wudang Mountains and the Xianling Tomb of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).

It also holds many important rivers, including the magnificent Yangtze River, widely regarded as the mother river of the Chinese nation, and the long, clear and rippling Han River.

The central Chinese province is also known for mouthwatering delicacies such as hot-dry noodles, Wuchang fish, and crayfish - a summer season must-try.

Amazing China in 60 Seconds is a short-video series covering cultural and scenic hotspots across the country.

Footage provided by the culture and tourism bureau of Hubei

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