50 students from Russian primary and middle schools visited Sanya between April 16th and 21st after being invited to participate in the 2014 Sino-Russian Youth Winter Camping tour.

During the 6-day trip, the Russian students went sightseeing in the Nanshan Cultural Tourism Zone and Jingrun Pearl Museum and visited Qiongzhou University and Sanya’s No.1 Middle School.

For the majority of the members of this group, this was their first visit to Sanya and they were quite excited and pleased to enjoy sunny and warm days while Russia was still in the last grips of an extremely harsh winter.

Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Russia, cultural exchanges between China and Russia have reached an encouraging height in recent years.

As a city attracting huge numbers of Russian tourists, Sanya is pleased to have this unique opportunity to promote artistic and scientific creativity as well as a deeper cultural understanding between the youth of the two countries.

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