Heilongjiang holds conference to promote tourism
Updated : 2018-09-07
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
The 2018 Heilongjiang Tourism Industry Development Conference kicked off in Harbin, capital city of Heilongjiang province, on Sept 5, in an effort to promote the province’s tourism resources and attract investment.
Sponsored by Heilongjiang Provincial People’s Government, the conference will last three days, until Sept 7.
Various activities will be held during the event, including two match-making meetings for Heilongjiang province and Harbin, a tourism industry work meeting, a large-scale symphony concert, a photographic exhibition and Old Street Music Performances.
Heilongjiang in Northeast China is a idea place to escape the summer heat and enjoy ice and snow landscapes and entertainment in winter due to its high latitudes and abundant snow.
Additionally, Heilongjiang has a large number of beautiful scenic spots, including Jingpo Lake, Xuexiang Village, Wudalianchi, Yabuli Ski Resort and Beiji Village.
A promotional meeting for Heilongjiang province’s tourism industry resources is held in Harbin on Sept 5. [Photo/Xinhua]
Travel souvenirs of Harbin on display during the 2018 Heilongjiang Tourism Industry Development Conference. [Photo/Chinanews.com]
Cultural creative works of Harbin on display during the 2018 Heilongjiang Tourism Industry Development Conference. [Photo/Chinanews.com]
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