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International students end their tour in Linyi

2018/6/19 16:35:53   source:sdchina.com

The One Hundred International Students' Tour to Linyi came to an end on June 16. In two days, nearly one hundred students from over twenty countries had a close look at Linyi's rich traditional culture and its new urban and rural landscape in the implementation of the rural rejuvenation strategy.

On June 14, the visiting delegation went to Daicun Village in Lanling County, where Wang Chuanxi, the village secretary showed the international students around the village and Lanling International Agriculture Park. The clean and wide concrete roads, rows of western style buildings and popular ancient street shops amazed these students. In the eyes of Yang Peiyun, a student from Malaysia, Daicun Village is no longer a village but a charming, ecologically livable town.

Yayougou Scenic Area became alive with the arrival of these international students. The picturesque sceneries, simple folk customs and local delicacies create a vivid picture of modern Chinese countryside. "Only when I came here did I realize what is the real Chinese village", said Joseph from Kenya, " Honest and unspoiled, people here really live a happy life. It is a beautiful village with marvelous rivers and mountains", he added.

During the visit, the students found many goods they use are wholesaled from Linyi Mall. Linyi has become the largest professional market cluster in China in recent years.

On June 15, the group arrived at China-India Software Industry Park. The diversity of international cooperation and high-level software industrial clusters left a deep impression on the foreign students. "I have heard of or even visited Silicon Valley, Bangalore, Tsukuba and Zhongguancun. It is really beyond my expectation to see these industrial clusters in Linyi." said James from Sierra Leone.

The event, as part of the "Touch Shandong" series, was inaugurated in late 2015. Nearly 500 foreigners from more than 40 countries have participated in the activity. The "Touch Shandong" series aims to invite more foreigners to experience Qilu culture and the charm of Shandong province.

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