Well, on another note, aside from Melaka and George Town, lots of WHS have increasingly been using descriptive phrases as part of the official names. China has used it in its 1998 inscriptions, although the descriptions seem to focus more on the sites' location in Beijing rather than on their outstanding universal value. France has lately been using such an approach too. From Provins, to Le Havre, Bordeaux, New Caledonia and saltworks extension. Although in the case of Bordeaux, the description has nothing to do with its outstanding universal value but just the place's nickname. Spain has also tried such an approach, although not successfully, in 2000. But the advisory body recommended that the descriptions be removed, lol... probably an overkill in descriptions used.