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Graffiti area at the Great Wall

Beijing, March 5, 2014

Chinese authorities are set to establish a specific graffiti area at the Great Wall of China, where visitors will be free to leave their mark, said a report.

It follows the decision to discourage tourists from scribbling graffiti all over the ancient monument, said The Guardian report.
 
Authorities have also aired the idea of setting up an electronic touch-screen graffiti wall in the future, said the report.

Electronic walls have proved popular in China in the past and last year three were set up at another popular tourist attraction, Yellow Crane Tower Park in Wuhan, to tackle the same problem, it said.




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