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This month, a group of visiting scholars from the “The program on Chinese Cites” organized a field trip to the UNC-Charlotte and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This activity aimed to deepen the scholars’ understanding and application of ecological resources in the urbanization process.



During their visit to UNC-Charlotte, the scholars had the opportunity to learn about the academic environment and educational resources of the university, further promoting the possibility of academic exchanges and cooperation. This visit not only provided the visiting scholars with a comprehensive understanding of UNC-Charlotte but also deepened their knowledge of the American higher education system.



Following this, the scholars traveled to the scenic Great Smoky Mountains National Park, one of the most biodiverse regions in the United States and a significant example of ecological protection and natural resource management. By delving into this conservation area, the scholars experienced the unique ecosystem firsthand and discussed strategies for protecting these valuable resources.




This field trip provided a valuable platform for learning and exchange, not only enhancing the participants’ awareness of the importance of environmental protection but also offering practical experience and strategic insights for integrating ecological wisdom into urban development in China. Through such academic activities, the visiting scholars broadened their perspectives and built a bridge for cross-border academic and cultural exchanges, laying a solid foundation for future international cooperation and academic research.

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