“Tusi” chieftain system from China, represented by the ruins of Hailongtun castle in Zunyi of Guizhou Province, the Tangya Tusi city in Xianfeng County in Hubei Province and the Yongshun old Tusi city in Hunan Province, was listed as world cultural heritage on July 4 during the 39th session of the World Heritage Committee held in Bonn.
The Tangya Tusi city in Xianfeng County in central China’s Hubei Province was even bigger than the Forbidden City in Beijing. The chieftain there ruled for 460 years. Statues, a cemetery and an ornately decorated memorial archway still stand there.
Photo taken by Yang Shunpi show another perspective of viewing Tangya Tusi city in Xianfeng County.