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Beijing tourism bureau partners with Sina Weibo to elevate cultural and tourism offerings

By Yang Feiyue | | Updated: 2024-05-23 11:43
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Cultural tourism influencers are invited to promote travel in Beijing on Wednesday. [Photo provided to China Daily]

In a significant development, the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism sealed a strategic cooperation framework agreement with the popular microblogging platform Sina Weibo in Beijing on Wednesday.

The collaborative effort between the two entities is poised to revamp the cultural and tourism landscape, fostering the growth of cultural and tourism intellectual property while propelling the promotion of diverse cultural and tourism products. The overarching objective is to establish a distinctive cultural and tourism brand synonymous with the capital city's essence, encapsulating the metropolis' past and present.

The Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism signs a strategic cooperation framework agreement with the microblogging site Sina Weibo in Beijing on Wednesday. [Photo provided to China Daily]

By crafting this cultural and tourism benchmark, the initiative aims to provide both residents and visitors with a more immersive and enriching cultural tourism experience, leveraging the tourism sector's potential to elevate living standards, drive economic progress, showcase China's cultural tapestry, and facilitate intercultural exchange.

The Beijing bureau is set to concentrate on harnessing the historical treasures of the city, including iconic landmarks such as the Great Wall, the Central Axis, the Grand Canal, and the Yongding River. Through strategic collaborations with new media platforms, cultural tourism influencers, and various districts within the city, a series of promotional endeavors will unfold. The primary objective is to unveil and highlight Beijing's hidden cultural and tourism gems, encouraging locals and tourists alike to delve deeply into the city's rich heritage and cultural charisma, fostering a deeper appreciation for its historical significance and unique charm.

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