Shandong Tourism Launches Campaign “The Story of Shandong China” on Social Network Weibo that Introducing A Bright Rising Star from Asia - Reuters

 

Shandong Tourism Launches Campaign “The Story of Shandong China” on Social Network Weibo that Introducing A Bright Rising Star from Asia

Shandong Tourism Launches Campaign “The Story of Shandong China” on Social Network Weibo that Introducing A Bright Rising Star from Asia

Mon Oct 15, 2018 - 05:51am UTC

Shandong, the hidden gem on eastern coast of China which is famous for its beautiful scenery and precious cultural heritage in Taoist and Confucian, now launches global campaign on social network — Weibo to accept entries of photo and video design and travel feature from August 16th to November 15th.

Collected entries will be ranked by online voting volume and reviewed by judge panel. The final winners are titled in 5 levels starting from Honorable Mentions, Third Prize, Second Prize, First Prize, to Grand Prize with rewards from 2,000 CNY to 100,000 CNY.

To join the contest, please visit: http://sd.sina.com.cn/zt/2018/sdstory/index.html

Shandong has played a major role in Chinese history from the beginning of Chinese civilization along the lower reaches of the Yellow River and served as a pivotal cultural and religious site for Taoism, Chinese Buddhism, and Confucianism. The Yellow River enters the sea, the Great Wall was initially built, and the Great Canal reappears. Mount Tai is the most prominent mountain in Shandong, a place for emperors to perform worship ceremonies and pray for peace and prosperity.

Shandong accelerates the construction of its pilot site for the replacement of old drivers with new ones, leading to continuous innovation as well as the booming of new technology, new industry, new types of business, and new models.

Shandong ranks first among the provinces in the production of a variety of products, including cotton and wheat as well as precious metals such as gold and diamonds. It also has one of the biggest sapphire deposits in the world. Shandong’s location at the intersection of ancient as well as modern north–south and east–west trading routes have helped to establish it as an economic center. There is a saying that “Shandong represents a name card for China’s agriculture.” Today, the rural areas in Shandong have fundamentally changed, and many Shandong pilot programs for rural revitalization have been widely promoted across the province. Emerging types of business such as rural E-commerce and customized agriculture are flourishing, and new media such as rural tourism and distinctive towns have emerged one after another. Gradually, the development thought that green hills and clear waters are mountains of gold and silver has gone deep into people’s heart.

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Shandong, the hidden gem on eastern coast of China which is famous for its beautiful scenery and precious cultural heritage in Taoist and Confucian, now launches global campaign on social network — Weibo to accept entries of photo and video design and travel feature from August 16th to November 15th. Collected entries will be ranked […]

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