RKSI Produces Videos for Jiangsu Yancheng Wetlands Protection Project 

On 5-9 April, RKSI visited the Yancheng Rare Birds National Natural Reserve, Jiangsu, the PRC, the largest wintering ground of the endangered red-crown crane population in the world, and the Dafeng Milu National Nature Reserve, home to the largest population of milu deer in the world, which is considered extinct in the wild—to shoot a series of augmented reality and other videos to be showcased at the forthcoming ADB Annual Meeting. The two natural reserves were part of an ADB supported wetland protection project. 

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