Mount Tai approved as World Photography Site

On August 10th, Mount Tai was approved as the first "World Photography Site" by FIAP. Witnessed by more than 300 photographers, the unveiling ceremony took place at the top of Mount Tai. This is a great highlight of the 5th FIAP Photo Meeting.

"World Photography Site" Unveiling Ceremony. Photo by Hou Bo

At the ceremony, Riccardo Busi, president of FIAP delivered the plaque to Cheng Li, vice mayor of Tai'an City, and then was granted a gift in return. Representatives from both parts also exchanged a strategic cooperation agreement to reach consensus on future collaboration .

FIAP Secratary General Ioannis Lykouris and Party Secretary of CPC the Taishan Mountain Scenic Area Committee Yao Ting Exchanging Cooperation Agreement. Photo by Hou Bo

As a cradle of Chinese civilization, Mount Tai was the first Chinese site to be listed as a World Natural and Cultural Heritage and is also a world geological park. Over there, the photographers conducted a series of photographic activities based on cultural experiences. The ceremony concluded in great success.

Photographers Climbing the Taishan Mountain. Photo by Huo Shuai

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