FUZHOU, China, Dec. 3, 2010 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- China Yida Holding Company (Nasdaq: CNYD) ("China Yida" or the "Company"), a leading diversified entertainment enterprise in China, today announced that it has reopened Shangqing River to tourists effective December 1, 2010.
"We are delighted to reopen Shangqing River to the public before year end and look forward to increasing tourist traffic during New Year and Chinese Spring Festival holidays. We appreciate the hard work of our employees to reconstitute the appeal and quality of the tourist experience, and we look forward to a full recovery in tourist traffic in the quarters ahead," concluded Dr. Chen, the Company's Chief Executive Officer.
The tourist service facilities at Shangqing River were damaged by two severe floods on June 18 and July 7, 2010. The Company has made a great effort over the past five months to reconstitute the facility and the natural ecological system, to ensure that every tourist who visits the park comes away with a memorable experience. Following careful inspection, China Yida management and the Taining government have agreed that it is now appropriate to reopen Shangqing River to the public. All attractions within the Great Golden Lake, including Golden Lake, Zhuangyuan Rock, Luohan Mountain, Taining Old Town, and Shangqing River are now open to the public.
About China Yida
China Yida is a leading diversified entertainment enterprise focused on China's fast-growing media and tourism industries and headquartered in Fuzhou City, Fujian province of China. The Company's media business provides operations management services; including channel, column and advertisement management for television station, presently the Fujian Education Television Station ("FETV", a top-rated provincial education television channel), and "Journey through China on the Train" (an advertisement-embedded travel program, currently the only on-board media program from third party authorized by Ministry of Railways). Additionally, the Company provides tourism management services, and specializes in the development, management and operation of natural, cultural and historic scenic sites. China Yida currently operates the Great Golden Lake tourist destination (Global Geopark, including Golden Lake, Shangqing River, Zhuangyuan Rock, Luohan Mountain and Taining Old Town), Hua'An Tulou tourist destination (World Culture Heritage, including Dadi Tulou cluster and the Shangping Tulou cluster), China Yunding Park (National Park, including Flower Terrace, Heavenly Lake, Colorful Waterfall, Red River Valley and Jade Valley). It is also developing three other tourism projects, including, the Ming Dynasty Entertainment World, China Yang-sheng (Nourishing Life) Paradise and the City of Caves. The Company's operating scenic sites are over 300 square kilometers in area. For further information, please contact the Company directly, or visit its Web site at http://www.yidacn.net.
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