Into the woods: Yichun welcomes the media group in June

Since June 16th, a media group led by China Photo Press have been visiting Yichun as they get primed for the Yichun International Nature & Eco Photography Week in July.

At the Blueberry Production Base. Photo by Zhang Xingbin

Manager introduces the base to the visitors. Photo by Zhang Xingbin

Journalists are from several media, including People’s Daily, Guangming Daily, China Daily, China Tourism News, Sohu, Tencent, Sina, Economic Daily, China.com, China Art News, China Photographers Association, Global Photography and so forth. Their visiting are in preparation for the scheduled Photo Week next month.

Manager introduces the base to the visitors. Photo by Zhang Xingbin

At the wine cellar, manager briefs the visitors on the general condition. Photo by Zhang Xingbin

At the Baimu wine cellar. Photo by Zhang Xingbin

Li Xia, photo journalist of China.com, and Wang Lihua, photo journalist of China Tourism News, take photos of the blueberry greenhouse. Photo by Zhang Xingbin

Manager talks with Jiang Dong (Middle), photo journalist of China Daily, and Zhao Tong, editor of China Photo Press (Right). Photo by Zhang Xingbin

On May 23, President Xi Jinping visited Yichun Ecological Economic Development Zone and Blueberry Industrial Park in Youhao Forestry Bureau to learn the forestry industry development during his inspection tour in Heilongjiang. This time, the media group followed his steps and went to see and got impressed by the blueberry plantations. By July 25th, when the 1st Yichun International Nature & Eco Photography Week opened, the blueberries will mostly be ripe and mature-tasting. Then visitors will enjoy the fruits, as well as the natural landscape of Yichun.

Journalists taste the blueberry wine. Photo by Zhang Xingbin

At the wine cellar, manager briefs the visitors on the general condition. Photo by Zhang Xingbin

Zhai Tianxue, from Economic Daily, takes photos of the blueberry greenhouse. Photo by Zhang Xingbin

The media tour is still going on with Xuanyang Summit, Taoshan International Hunting Ground, Xishui National Forest Park, Tangwanghe Stone Forest Scenic Area and Wuying National Forest Park being their next destinations.

At the Blueberry Production Base. Photo by Zhang Xingbin

Visitors taste the blueberries. Photo by Zhang Xingbin


Zhao Yuesheng, director of Sohu Pictures, tastes the blueberries. Photo by Zhang Xingbin

Wu Chenghuan, photo journalist of China Photographers Association, takes photos of the wine cellar. Photo by Zhang Xingbin


With the help of photography, the beauty of Yichun can be better displayed and preserved, and Yichun's economy will be boosted as well. Warm welcome to all the visitors and looking forward to seeing you in Yichun.


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