Two Chinese cities included in Creative Cities Network list
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has chosen Chaozhou and Chongqing in China to become part of Creative Cities Network
Chaozhou and Chongqing have been officially named as full members of UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network, as reported by
Xinhua News Agency, a partner of TV BRICS.
Out of 53 cities worldwide, these two cities from China were selected for their strong dedication to incorporating culture and creativity into their development strategies, as well as for showcasing innovative urban planning methods that prioritize the well-being of their residents.
Chongqing is located at the confluence of the Jialing River into the Yangtze River. Over the past five years, the local government has made great efforts to restore the local ecology and protect cultural and historical resources.