How one man is saving China's endangered bees
Most beekeepers in China keep imported bees from Europe because they are easier to manage and produce more honey.
But 60-year-old Li Yongchang decided to keep indigenous Chinese bees a decade ago.
They have been on the verge of extinction for years, and Li is on a mission to pass on his skills to raise these creatures essential to China's natural environment.
Reporting by the BBC's Xinyan Yu.
09 Sep 2016
- From the section Asia