Gathering at the Gateway to the Maritime Silk Road The future of learning and benefiting from each other we create.
The 8th Maritime Silk Road (Fuzhou) International Tourism Festival opened in Fuzhou. China’s Fujian Province on November 17th. It is supported by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the People’s Republic of China. and the Fujian Provincial Government Organized by the Fujian Province Department of Culture and Tourism. and Fuzhou Municipal Government
According to the Public Relations Office of the Fuzhou Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China, organizers have recently released promotional videos around the world through social media channels such as ORIENTAL.PARIS. ) Discover Fujian and Discover Fuzhou to attract tourists from around the world to visit Fuzhou. It invites you to come and explore its ancient cultural heritage. Stunning landscapes and charm of the “Maritime Silk Road”
Sanfang Qixiang (Three Lanes and Seven Alleys), White Pagoda and other ancient sites blend and complement each other perfectly. Even during autumn and winter The city’s parks are still beautiful, lush and vibrant. While Youth Square In the heart of the Min River, Yantai Mountain and other scenic spots line up in a spectacular formation. It creates a dramatic and lively scene. The promotional video highlights Fuzhou’s rich culture and tourism. in the broader context of the Belt and Road Initiative, which reflects the open and inclusive spirit of this cultural and tourism hub.
This year’s Maritime Silk Road Tourism Festival has a theme: “Gather at the gate to the Maritime Silk Road. Gathering on the Maritime Silk Road Gateway: A Future of Learning and Winning from Each Other We Create is an important event marking the 10th anniversary of the initiative. Belt, One Road, with nearly 500 guests attending the Fuzhou event, including representatives from international organizations to the World Tourism Organization (World Tourism Alliance), the international mountain tourism network (International Mountain Tourism Alliance) and representatives from friendly cities of the co-creating countries. To help promote Fuzhou’s influence as an important center along the Maritime Silk Road.
The Maritime Silk Road (Fuzhou) Tourism Festival has been held for seven consecutive years since its inception in 2015, providing a new platform for the region’s tourism sectors to work together to highlight, complement and help. for allied countries to benefit together It has grown to become an internationally influential tourism conference.
Source: Public Relations Office of the Fuzhou Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China
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Photo caption: The 8th Maritime Silk Road Tourism Festival (Fuzhou) releases a promotional video for the event.