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This slideshow is enhanced content for the Fall 2013 Forum Journal (Study Abroad: Global Perspectives). Article: "Transient Heritage" by Jeanne Lambin ...

This slideshow is enhanced content for the Fall 2013 Forum Journal (Study Abroad: Global Perspectives). Article: "Transient Heritage" by Jeanne Lambin

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    Forum Journal (Fall 2013): Transient Heritage Forum Journal (Fall 2013): Transient Heritage Presentation Transcript

    • Enhanced Content: Slideshow “Transient Heritage” by Jeanne Lambin
    • The cultural landscapes of the Honghe Hani Rice Terraces in Yunnan, China, were recently inscribed on the World Heritage List. The 16,603-acre site is marked by spectacular terraces, farms, and villages that have been continuously cultivated for hundreds of years. The following slides taken by Scott Dietrich illustrate the exquisite beauty of this landscape. Credit: Scott Dietrich
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