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Colorful Guizhou boosts tourism

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10:47, September 27, 2012

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China's southwest Guizhou Province, is attracting tourists with its unique natural scenery, rich ethnic traditions and pleasant climate. It's home to the scenic Huang Guoshu Waterfall, tasty fish in sour soup and mellow Maotai wine. And it boasts huge tourist resources. A project called "Colorful Guizhou" making use of its rich natural and cultural resources has given rise to its culture and tourist industry.

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