Overseas Chinese Media Delegation Tours Hunan
Delegates visit the Li Zijian Art Museum. (Photo/Yang Huafeng)
On October 7, an overseas Chinese media delegation arrived in Changsha to begin its tour of Hunan. The delegates are senior managers from 27 Chinese media in 15 countries and regions, including the U.S.A, Canada, the U.K, Australia, Japan, and Thailand.
A delegate views a work at the Xie Zilong Photography Museum. (Photo/Yang Huafeng)
On the first day, the delegation visited the Xie Zilong Photography Museum, and the Li Zijian Art Museum. On the following four days, they will visit the Yuelu Academy, the Hunan Museum, Zoomlion, Sany, Broad Group, CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive, Chairman Mao’s Childhood Residence, and Liu Shaoqi Memorial Hall. The tour allows them to see Hunan’s changes, new pattern, and its new image after its 70-year development since the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949. It will present Hunan’s charming culture, strength in innovation and opening up, and the new image of its red historical sites, to the world.
Dong Bacui, editor in chief of the United News of the Philippines, and an overseas Chinese representative who was invited to attend the National Day Parade in Beijing on Oct. 1, started his tour in the Orange Isle. He said, “I am proud of the prosperity and strength of my motherland, and also impressed by Hunan’s development and changes.” He has visited Hunan twice. This time he will focus on Hunan’s folk customs and social development and will present his reactions to the Philippine people.
The overseas Chinese media delegation starts its Hunan observation tour in Changsha on October 7. (Photo/Yang Huafeng)
He Yun, chief editor of the New Chinese Daily News in Thailand, was surprised that so many core locomotive components are made in Hunan. She said that, as an overseas Chinese, she is willing to act as a bridge, and present the charms of China to the world.
Translator: Pang Yuehui
Chinese source: hn.chinanews.com