Xijiang Qianhu Miao Village, Guizhou Province
Xi’an, Shaanxi Province
Xi’an, one of China’s most famous ancient capitals, boasting irresistible cuisine and many splendid historic sites. A paradise for “foodies,” Xi’an is home to tasty beef and lamb products and a wide variety of fresh fruit. Here, a passion for food reflects a love for life. The world-famous Terracotta Warriors are a spectacular sight to behold. The Huaqing Palace at the foot of Mount Li is famous for both a thousand-year-old natural hot spring and a poignant romantic love story. Xi’an was once the starting point of the ancient Silk Road. Today, it is the starting point of the China-Europe freight train route. Xi’an offers endless possibilities.
Wenchang, Hainan Province
Wenchang City is located in Hainan Province, a tropical island in southern China. The Wenchang Space Launch Site is China’s only low-latitude coastal launch site. Tender Wenchang chicken and refreshing coconut water inspire a constant craving for local food. Wenchang is also known as the hometown of over 1 million overseas Chinese, many of whom have chosen to return home, join in the city’s growth and create a brighter future for the city.
Luoyang, Henan Province
Luoyang, Henan Province, one of the six ancient capitals of China, has a long history. People will be overwhelmed by the variety of food and stunning scenery. Residents are connoisseurs of soup, and grabbing a bowl is quite common here. The Longmen Grottoes, the finest example of Chinese Buddhist art, were built over 1,000 years ago and remain treasures of Chinese culture after suffering from the wind and rain of history. Luoyang, renowned as the “Oriental Capital of Museums,” has more than 100 museums open to the public, among which the Luoyang Peony Porcelain Museum is the most special. Masters combined the beauty of flowers and the essence of porcelain culture to create a new school of art porcelain. Luoyang is also an important industrial town in Central China, and its tractor manufacturing is tops in the country. The birth of the first tractor and today’s 5G and driverless tractors illustrate the enterprising and creative spirit of the people of Luoyang.
Heihe, Heilongjiang Province
Heihe, a city on the Sino-Russia border, is embarking on a campaign called “Heihe of the world” to showcase its natural beauty, ethnic culture and exotic styles. Relying on its unique geographical advantages, Heihe is vigorously developing a cross-border e-commerce industry to sell more high-quality goods all over the country. Heihe is home to the “Five Connected Lakes” volcanic group, known as the “Living Textbook on Volcanoes.” Its unique volcanic landscape, wildlife and lush greenery are enchanting. The establishment of China (Heilongjiang) Pilot Free Trade Zone has bolstered Heihe’s economic development, and the “Belt and Road” Initiative has generated exciting new opportunities. Heihe has always kept pace with the pulse of the times, creating unique channels for discovery.
Dunhuang, Gansu Province
In ancient times, Dunhuang was one of the most critical transportation hubs connecting East and West. It bears witness to the past prosperity of the ancient Silk Road and exudes a contemporary vibrancy. The Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang are a treasure house of Buddhist art. Its cave paintings spanning thousands of years bear witness to the fusion of civilizations and the exchange of world cultures. Generations of restorers, adhering to the “Mogao spirit,” are willing to dedicate themselves to the desert. The Gobi Desert has a majestic sandy landscape, with the cyberpunk-like technological miracle of its “super mirror power plant.” The plant can reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 350,000 tons annually through continuous power generation. Dunhuang cuisine, including Yellow Noodle’s with Donkey Meat, burst with flavor and reflect the simpleness and resilience of the Dunhuang people. Welcome to this splendid desert oasis.
The experience of high-speed railway in China
Travel by high-speed train has become the first choice for the Chinese people to travel within 1000 kilometers. China’s high-speed rail length has exceeded 35,000 kilometers, accounting for 70% of the world’s total mileage of high-speed rail. Let’s take a ride on the Chengdu-Chongqing high-speed train. The carriages are clean and comfortable, and speeds can reach up to 300 km per hour. You can even place a takeout order on your phone in advance and have it delivered to your carriage at a passing station. The high-speed train is truly an excellent choice for travel.
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