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  • 20 High-quality Semiconductor Industrial Project Agreements Signed in Changsha

    [2019.07.09]

    On July 6, the Changsha New-generation Semiconductor Industrial Chain Construction Cooperation and Exchange was held in Xiangjiang New Area, Hunan. A signing ceremony was held simultaneously. Experts, scholars, and representatives of leading enterprises and investment institutions from all over the country gathered in Changsha to discuss the development of the semiconductor industry.

  • Notice: Temporary Closure of Orange Isle

    [2019.07.09]

    The Orange Isle Scenic Area in Changsha would be closed to visitors from 11:00 am on July 9 for flood prevention, the scenic area management office announced.

  • Hunan Art Center Promotes China-France Art and Culture Exchanges

    [2019.07.09]

    The Xie Zilong Image Art Center and Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume, a Parisian arts center for modern and postmodern photography and media, signed a cooperation agreement on July 6.

  • Canadian Cherries Directly Shipped to Changsha

    [2019.07.08]

    The Korean Air KE819 aircraft carrying 881 boxes of Canadian cherries weighing 7,990 kilograms landed at Changsha Huanghua International Airport at 11:20 a.m. on July 5, after a 15-hour flight. This was the first batch of Canadian cherries directly transported to China by air this year.

  • Changsha Fantawild Oriental Heritage Theme Park Opens

    [2019.07.08]

    On July 6, the Changsha Fantawild Oriental Heritage Theme Park greets its first batch of visitors. The park, opened to the public that day, is located in Weidong New Town, Ningxiang City. It has 11 large-scale indoor cultural experience projects with distinct characteristics, 34 outdoor entertainment projects, and more than 200 recreational and sightseeing projects.

  • Blooming Oil Sunflowers Attract Tourists

    [2019.07.08]

    In recent years, the village has explored a new agricultural mode according to local conditions. It plants oil sunflowers in the first half year, canola flowers in the second half, and other flowers during the transitional period. Various flowers attract tourists from the surrounding areas, and fuel tourism development to increase villagers’ income.