is being held at t上海贵族宝贝女神会所 he China Cultural Center of Sydney, Australia from June 18 to 27, arousing visitors’ i
nterest in Guizhou’s sceneries, intangible cultural heritages, ethnic groups’ culture, liquors, and tea.
The activity is held in the form of an exhibition showcasing Guizhou’s famous scenic sp
ots such as Wanfenglin in Xingyi, Huangguoshu Waterfall in Anshun, and Jiaxiu Tower in Guiyang, whi
ch allow the visitors to learn more about Guizhou’s natural sceneries, folk customs, and tourism resources.
Yang Zhi, minister counselor for culture for the Chinese embassy in Australi
a, was invited to the activity and was impressed by Guizhou’s development in the tourism indu
stry. He expressed his wishes to help Guizhou to promote its tourism resources in Australia.