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Holy Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture Welcomes Global Investors and Visitors

August 9, 2016 Destination North Asia No Comments Print Print Email Email

On August 4, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture invited global investors to visit beautiful Ganzi (sometimes spelled as Garze or Kardze). http://recruitment.travelcounsellors.com/au/?utm_source=eGlobal&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=Its%20time Visitors are allowed to experience the unique and exquisite culture of Ganzi in the journey through appreciating Kangba art, listening to touching love songs, watching Guozhuang dance performed by thousands of people, and tasting Tibetan food on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.

The 9th Kangba Art Festival will be held in Kangding, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture on August 9, and the 7th China Kangding International Love Song Festival will be held in September. The Kangba Art Festival, an important platform for cultural exchanges, brings together the cultural and artistic treasures of the Kangba region, transforming Kangba culture into a cultural tourism brand that is becoming well-known in its own right worldwide. The art festival will showcase cultural artifacts and traditions including historical sites in Kangba, colorful prairie tents, the exciting Guozhuang dance where thousands of people perform in unison, yaks, tribes and Kangba culture.

According to chengduvip.cn, the organization and website responsible for overseas promotion of the event, on the occasion of the 9th Kangba Art Festival and the 7th China Kangding International Love Song Festival, the Holy Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture welcomes global investors and visitors to this unique locale in China, to show them the charming Kangba culture that combines modern and traditional beauty. Visitors will enjoy an ultimate travel experience at the last destination of the journey, Shangri-La.

Ganzi was an important region in southwest China more than 1,000 years ago, as it was a necessary stopping point along the trade route for Tibetan and Han Chinese merchants traveling between Tibet and China. Long-term exchanges between multiple ethnic groups have resulted in the development of a rich culture in the region. The tourism industry in Ganzi has grown rapidly over recent years. Looking ahead, Ganzi plans to upgrade its services and provide more transparency in its dealings, so as to attract more tourists to the region, as well as investors who are interested in investing in this emerging market.

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