Ex­perts ex­plore ways to man­age na­tional parks

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China will con­sider reg­u­la­tions on out­door re­cre­ation as it builds and man­ages na­tional parks, as the parks have be­come hot des­ti­na­tions for the grow­ing pop­u­la­tion of sports en­thu­si­asts, ex­perts said at a fo­rum in Shang­hai. The fo­rum, the First In­ter­na­tional Con­fer­ence on Na­tional Parks and Out­door Re­cre­ation, hosted re­cently by the Shang­hai Uni­ver­sity of Sport, brought to­gether around 200 ex­perts and schol­ars from around the world for dis­cus­sions on sus­tain­able de­vel­op­ment of na­tional parks and out­door re­cre­ation. “China has just be­gun the con­struc­tion of na­tional parks and has much to learn from its in­ter­na­tional coun­ter­parts, es­pe­cially in the man­age­ment of out­door recre­ational ac­tiv­i­ties,” said Dong Er­wei, a pro­fes­sor at the uni­ver­sity.

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