Hainan Week attracts 15,000 visitors at Yeosu Expo 2012
The 3-day Hainan Week attracted nearly 15, 000 visitors at Yeosu Expo 2012
The Hainan Week at the China Pavilion was successfully concluded Tuesday at Yeosu Expo 2012 and statistics showed that the 3-day exhibition attracted nearly 15, 000 visitors from home and abroad.
For three days, a variety of themed performances including the dancing drama ‘The Story of the Li People’, which vividly represents the ancient legends of the Chinese Li ethnic minority, has received high praise from Korean citizens and tourists at home and abroad.
In addition, Hainan’s intangible cultural heritages of Li brocade, Miao embroidery and ceramics were also on display at the Expo to show a real Hainan with abundant cultural richness to the world.
Organizers said a series of publicity and promotional schemes such as a special promotion conference and picture exhibition made the best use of the international platform of the Yeosu Expo to publicize and promote Hainan as an International Tourism Destination.
SOURCE: WOS Team
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