- MEDIA CENTER
Youths from 29 countries, including Russia, Nigeria, and Uzbekistan, were recently invited to Southwest China's Guizhou province to witness its development achievements and green environment.
A delegation of eight ambassadors to China and representatives from international organizations recently visited Southwest China's Guizhou province to learn about the province's development of a rural ecological civilization and cultural landmarks related to CPC history.
Filip Jordan, a 41-year-old Czech, has been a building services engineering teacher at Guizhou University for more than seven years. He said Guizhou is a natural jewel of China, and it deserves protection and care.
As a former educator, it surprised me to hear students from Xiuwen No 1 Middle School in Guizhou province gushing, not over a famous celebrity, but instead, over one of China's leading neo-Confucian philosophers, Wang Yangming.
On a tour of the comprehensive service center for the Jinyuan community in Guiyang, the capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province, the last thing I ever expected our guide to say was, "This is our legal clinic."
Guizhou province is not only home to one of China's most famous spirits－Kweichow Moutai－but also the place where renowned neo-Confucian philosopher, Wang Yangming (1472-1529), developed some of his most profound interpretations on Confucianism.
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.