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Winners of Jiangsu Symbols You Need to Know

(chinadaily.com.cn) Updated: 2016-09-23 17:27

Thanks for your support of the official Jiangsu Facebook page and to those who took part in the Jiangsu Symbols You Need to Know quiz.

Congratulations to the few lucky winners listed below. A surprise gift, which could include a silk scarf and a sandalwood fan, will be on its way to you soon.

Winners of Jiangsu Symbols You Need to Know

Here is the list of winners'names:

Winners of Jiangsu Symbols You Need to Know

Don't be disheartened if you're not on the winner's list; all participants can receive a prize by sending their contact details to us.

If you have received an email or Facebook message from us, please reply with your name, Facebook username and contact details (phone number, postal address, country and postcode) before Sept 26 and we'll send the gift as soon as possible.

The correct answers of the quiz were:

1. Which of the following tourist attractions is not on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites?

Nanjing Ming Dynasty City Wall

Winners of Jiangsu Symbols You Need to Know

2. Which of the following tourist attractions in Jiangsu is the largest modern history museum in China?

The Presidential Palace of the Republic of China

Winners of Jiangsu Symbols You Need to Know

3. The designs of Lawrence Xu drew worldwide attention at the Paris Fashion Week in 2014. Which of the following Jiangsu handicrafts did he use in his designs?

Nanjing yunjin brocade

Winners of Jiangsu Symbols You Need to Know

4. Which of the following art forms was used at the opening ceremony of the Youth Olympics in Nanjing in 2014?

Jasmine Flower

Winners of Jiangsu Symbols You Need to Know

5. Which of the following foods from Jiangsu province is said to be former US President Richard Nixon’s favorite dish when he dined at the “Chinese Garden” restaurant in New York?

Yangzhou fried rice

Winners of Jiangsu Symbols You Need to Know

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