Here’s a link to an article in the Guardian about the Chinese announcement in late 2016 that it would act against the many illegal ivory carving businesses in the country.

The article suggests that celebrations about this diplomatic success may be premature.  One issue is that China sees such carving as an example of intangible cultural heritage; that is, a deeply embedded part of its culture.

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