- MEDIA CENTER
Journalists visit the Guizhou Big Data Exhibition Center in Guiyang to learn about Guizhou's big data development. [Photo/ddcpc.cn]
Invited by the State Council Information Office, 39 journalists from 25 international media outlets were invited to visit Southwest China's Guizhou province on April 11-13 to learn about the province's CPC-related culture, history and economic achievements.
The journalists visited the Guizhou Big Data Exhibition Center and Guiyang's firehouse branch on April 11 to learn about the integration of big data with the real economy, rural revitalization, livelihood services and social governance.
Journalists conduct interviews at the digital command center of Guiyang's firehouse branch. [Photo/ddcpc.cn]
On the second day of the tour, the journalists visited sites related to CPC history, such as the site of the Zunyi Conference. They also visited Zunyi's tea garden, which highlights the development of Guizhou's tea industry.
The journalists stopped at Meitan county's Jinhua village, which is a scenic spot integrating the tea industry and tourism and is home to the "colorful tribe." Local tea farmers and businessmen showcased the tea-making process to the journalists.
According to the media professionals, the visit allowed them to learn more about the history of China's revolution and the CPC, and they were impressed with China's social development experience and rural construction achievements.
The tea garden in Yongxing town, in Zunyi's Meitan county, is China's largest tea garden and is known as a sea of tea. [Photo/ddcpc.cn]