On December 3, journalists from about ten foreign authoritative media outlets visited the Daming Palace National Heritage Park.
Thoroughtly impressed by the park, they admitted that they had come away with a profound understanding of Chinese history, especially the culture of the Tang Dynasty.
The delegation took a tour of Danfeng Gate, Hanyuan Palace, Daming Palace’s miniature landscape, and were treated to a showing of China’s first 3D IMAX movie “the legend of Daming Palace” as well.
“It is not easy to protect such a large-scale heritage park while handling a demolition problem involving more than 10 million people. The Chinese nation, both ancient and modern, is a great nation, strong and full of wisdom,” said Daniel Bardsley, UAE journalist of the National Newspaper.
“Traces of Tang Dynasty heritage endure to this day, and are of great significance to the world. The park’s heritage protection work deserves comprehensive and full recognition,” said Malcolm Moore, British journalist of the Daily Telegraph.
By Mei Qiyue