SHIJIAZHUANG, China, Nov. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Beijing time on November 21, the tourism promo video released by Hebei Provincial Tourism Development Commission appeared on "China Screen" at New York Times Square, the "crossroad of the world" in America.
The 30-second-long tourism promo video about Hebei is rich in content, including its bright and thick historical culture, charming natural scenery and colorful folk customs. Endless Taihangshan mountains span cross north China, which look like a huge dragon; Jinshanling Great Wall winds along, and Chengde Mountain Resort stands magnificently. The Old Dragon's Head, Shanhaiguan Pass, Guangfu ancient city, Baishi Mountain and Chongli county in Zhangjiakou city, where the 2022 winter Olympics will be held, appear on the screen too, all showing the charm of YanZhao area to the world.
New York Times Square is located in the core of Manhattan. It is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations, attracting hundreds of millions of visitors every year. It is called "the crossroad of the world". "China screen" is at the top of the tallest tower in the block. In recent years, promo videos of dozens of cities, including Shanghai, Chengdu, Hangzhou and Hainan, are spread to the world by "China screen".
Hebei has profound historical culture and is enriched by natural resources. There are world-class cultural heritage such as Jinshanling Great Wall, Chengde Mountain Resort, the Qing dynasty royal mausoleums and the Great Canal, world-class non-material cultural heritage such as Yuxian folk paper-cut and Tangshan shadow-play, world geologic parks such as Baishi Mountain and Yesanpo, and more than 60 national forest parks, natural reserves and scenic spots. As a new economic growth point and strategic important pillar industry in Hebei province, the tourism industry in recent years has developed very fast. It is an important measure for Hebei to go to the world by playing the promo video on "China screen" at New York Times Square.
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