Out in the South China Sea there is an unusual national park. There are no selfie-taking tourists here, or any visitors at all for that matter. This is the Dongsha Atoll National Park, a tiny sliver of land and a big area of protected tropical sea. Only authorized staff and researchers are allowed. What's being protected here? And will the no visitors rule stand forever? This week, a park administrator reveals all.
- 12 January, 2019
- English Service