The post of Sichuan Giant Panda Culture Tourism Week 2021 [photo provided by Sichuan Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism ]
From July 9th to July 11th, the 9th Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo (MITE) will be held at the Venetian Macao Cotai Convention and Exhibition Center. At the same time, the Sichuan Giant Panda Culture Tourism Week 2021 hosted by the Sichuan Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism will also be launched during the Expo, and a series of promotion activities will be carried out through online and offline activities to promote the theme of "Sichuan, more than pandas".
Bronze Man in Sanxingdui ruins [photo by ZhangYan]
During the 9th MITE, the Sichuan Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism will carry out a series of promotion of "Tianfu Sichuan·Panda Homeland". to deepen the understanding of sichuan by tour industry and the public,and to further expand business opportunities from both Sichuan and Macao.
At this expo, as the four "Gourmet Capitals", Chengdu, Shunde, Macao and Yangzhou will demonstrate their culinary style. Sichuan chefs will perform Sichuan cuisine on site, allowing the public to experience the spicy Sichuan cuisine at close range. Sichuan opera face-changing will also appear in the intangible cultural heritage cultural and creative exhibition, being performed in different periods.
The Mascot of Sichuan Cultural Tourism - giant panda "Anyi" [photo provided by Sichuan Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism ]
The giant panda stamp folder [photo provided by Sichuan Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism]
The Sichuan Giant Panda Culture and Tourism Week will also open up an online platform of "Tianfu Sichuan·Panda homeland", with multilingual topics in English, Japanese and other languages. It is worth mentioning that this Sichuan Giant Panda Culture and Tourism Week will also broadcast Sanxingdui ruins, Jiuzhaigou and the Giant Panda to the world through the overseas social media account “China Plus”, showing the rich resources of Sichuan cultural tourism.
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