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    CHENGDU nike air max weiss kaufen , Sept. 17 (Xinhua) -- Tourism in southwest China's Sichuan Province, home to most of the country's wild pandas, has developed rapidly in recent years thanks to its rich cultural and natural resources and promotion.

     

    The fourth Sichuan International Travel Expo, which opened Sunday in Emeishan City, will witness the signing of 28 contracts valued at 68.5 billion yuan (10.5 billion U.S. dollars), said Fu Yonglin, director of the Sichuan Tourism Development Committee.

     

    Featuring opening-up and green development driven by tourism nike air max tn schwarz kaufen , the weeklong expo has attracted more than 2,000 guests from 74 countries and regions, including the United States, Australia, Russia and Germany.

     

    Last year, Sichuan hosted 630 million domestic tourist arrivals and 3 million overseas visitors. Tourism accounts for 8.4 percent of the province's economy.

     

    In the first half of this year, Sichuan tourism revenue grew 19.3 percent year-on-year to reach 45.8 billion yuan.

     

    "We strive to develop tourism into an industry of more than 100 billion yuan nike air max schwarz kaufen ," said Peng Lin, Party chief of Leshan City, home to Mount Emei and Leshan Giant Buddha on UNESCO's heritage list.

     

    During the expo, seminars will be held to discuss sustainable tourism development.

     

    Flower terraces set up on Tian'anmen Square for upcoming National Day

     

    China-US Ping-Pang diplomacy commemorated at headquarters of UN

     

    Scenery of Jianmen Pass in China's Sichuan

     

    Shanghai temple's historic move completed

     

    Special snacks displayed during 14th China-ASEAN Expo

     

    Scenery of paddy fields in Baicheng, NE China's Jilin

     

    China Focus: World's oldest panda dies aged 37

     

    Scenery of terraced fields at Wuyishan in SE China's Fujian

     

    PARIS, March 2 (Xinhua) -- "This exhibition is just great, I like it a lot!" nike air max 97 weiß herren , 14-year-old Lea told Xinhua reporters as she walks out of the exhibition rooms of "Han Feng - Relics from China's Han Dynasty" in Guimet National Museum of Asian Arts.

     

    "This exhibition is very impressive, it helps me to understand the Han dynasty of China better. I've seen some knowledge from the textbooks here, and get to know the livings of the people in the Han Dynasty more. They actually knew how to farm and use waist belts in 2000 years ago, it fascinates me," said Lea.

     

    Lea is among the visitors who left their comments in different languages on the notebook near the exit of the exhibition.

     

    "Han Feng - Relics from China's Han Dynasty", which includes hundreds of exhibits, brings people back to that pivotal dynasty that dates back around 2000 years nike air max 97 weiss kaufen , and presented the magnificence of the Chinese Art in Han Dynasty.

     

    A series of lectures, workshops, film screenings and theatrical performances were also held in conjunction with the exhibition, presenting in a variety of forms of the Chinese culture in Han Dynasty.

     

    "This exhibition is a huge success," Administrator general of Guimet National Museum of Asian Arts Thierry Jopeck told Xinhua reporters on the closing of "Han Feng - Relics from China's Han Dynasty" exhibition on March 1.

     

    According to his introduction, the exhibition received around 85,000 visitors during its four month's display.

     

    "Among exhibitions organized by the Guimet Museum in the last decade nike air max 97 undefeated kaufen , this one is within the top five most successful," he said, "And we are looking forward to conducting more exhibitions with our Chinese counterparts in the future."

     

    "The result of this exhibition has exceeded our expectations," said one of the curators, Director of the Chinese art department of Guimet Museum Thierry Jopeck.

     

    There are several reasons behind the success of this exhibition, but among them all the most important reason is the excellence of the exhibits.

     

    "More than 30 percent of the exhibits are grade one national relics. Many people haven't had the chance to study the history of China systematically, but they will be able to know the importance of these artifacts in a glance nike air max 97 ultra damen ," he said.

     

    Huizhong Cao, one of the organisers who is a researcher working for Guimet National Museum of Asian Artsk, said "This exhibition is a gift from China to France."

     

    Penglun Dai, an exhibition organiser from the China Cultural Relics Exchange Centre, pointed out that the smooth cooperation between the organising parties and the ultimate success of the exhibition could not have been achieved without the expert facilities provided by Guimet National Museum of Asian Arts and their superb understanding of Chinese culture.

     

    Tourists visit Hui Fang in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province on December 31, 2016. Photo: IC

     

    After a full day of sightseeing in Xi'an nike air max 97 silber herren , I was starving and ready to eat.

     

    But my guide Tie Qiang, a Hui local born and raised in Xi'an, capital of Northwest China's Shaanxi Province, told me to wait.

     

    Tie works as a tour guide who introduces the city's culture and history to visitors.

     

    When talking about the famous food culture in Xi'an, Tie had stopped and said he had to introduce a friend to me. It was 7 pm on April 1 at the time, but since his friend, a member of China's predominantly Muslim Hui ethnic minority group nike air max 97 schwarz herren , was carrying out his daily prayers, we had to wait for a bit.

     

    "We can go to Yongxing Lane first [a region famous for Shaanxi desserts]. But don't eat too much, leave some room in your stomach for Huimin Street," Tie told me.

     

    Huimin Street is a landmark location that rose to fame for its local food. Its official name is Hui Fang (meaning Hui community). An old locale in Xi'an for the Hui and other Muslims, it boasts seven mosques and 13 small neighborhoods. Many locals also prefer calling it Fang Shang, the area's traditional name during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).

     

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    The Hui community has become something of a brand for Xi'an local food. Every holiday Huimin Street is sure to be filled with visitors from all over the world.