Li Bai, China's greatest romantic poet, is the focus of a key cultural tourism event being held in Sichuan province
Oct 28, 2018 Picture: The 2018 Sichuan International Cultural Tourism Festival and Jiangyou "One Belt, One Road" Li Bai Culture Festival held in Jiangyou, Sichuan province MIANYANG, China, Oct. 29, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Qinglian International Poetry Town, Jiangyou, Mianyang, Sichuan province, hosted the 2018 Sichuan International Cultural Tourism Festival and Jiangyou "One Belt, One Road" Li Bai Culture Festival ("the Two Festivals") from October 24-26, 2018. Highlighting both international and domestic tourism sectors and with a focus on making tourism a better performing industry, the Two Festivals is an outstanding cultural tourism event showcasing Jiangyou's local characteristics and traditions, which included an exhibition featuring the world's intangible cultural heritages, a high-level forum on Li Bai Culture, the signing ceremony cementing the friendly relationship between Chinese and international tourism cities and a conference promoting Sichuan province as a cultural tourism destination. The event was attended by over 70 government officials... If you wish to read this full breaking news headline article, Li Bai, China's greatest romantic poet, is the focus of a key cultural tourism event being held in Sichuan province, simply click on 'Read full story' below, but 1st please give 'Phuket Hotel Deals' a 'LIKE' or 'SHARE' before you visit 'ASIA TODAY'. Thank you
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