There's a lot more to China than the Great Wall. In fact, China has more UNESCO World Heritage Sites than any other country except Italy (50). This National Geographic photo essay introduces readers to 21 of China's UNESCO World Heritage Sites: www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/destinations/asia/china/21-best-unesco-sites-china/ The photo below shows the interior of one of the tulou dwellings of Fujian, designed by the Hakka beginning in the 12th century to reinforce ideas of unity, community, and social equality while also providing mutual defense against armed marauders.
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