Second Zhongguancun Sci-Ed Tourism Fest launched

16:54, July 05, 2011      

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The opening ceremony of 2nd Zhongguancun Science and Education Tourism Festival. (People's Daily Online/Wang Jinxue)

The second Zhongguancun Science and Education Tourism Festival was launched today, and four new tour routes were announced at the opening ceremony. The festival was organized by the Haidian District Tourism Bureau to promote the integrated development of tourism, science and technology and education industries.

Haidian District is famous for its high-tech industry and institutions of higher learning, and Zhongguancun Science and Technology Park, the first national high and new technology industry development zone of China, covers an area that contains large resources of technology and information. The core area construction of Zhongguancun National Innovation Demonstration Zone brings new chances for the tourism industry of Haidian District.

By Wang Jinxue, People's Daily Online

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