Tusi Heritage Sites

Tusi Heritage Sites was inscribed in the World Heritage List on 4th July, 2015

China's Tusi sites, remains of tribal domains in South and Southwest China whose hereditary rulers were appointed by ancient China's central government as TUSI, was inscribed in the World Heritage List on 4th July, 2015, in Bonn, Germany. The representative sites consist of Yongshun Tusi Site in China's central Hunan Province, Tangya Tusi Site in Hubei Province and Hailongtun Site in Guizhou Province. 
There are 48 sites in China (both cultural and natural sites) that were listed as World Heritage by UNESCO so far.