Yellow mountains promoted in NYC

Travel and Tour World | May 09, 2019

Yellow mountains promoted in NYC
Huangshan Tourism Promotion’s made its debut appearance in the Big Apple on May 3, the event was held at the Delegates Dining Room at the United Nations headquarters in New York.The Yellow Mountains or Mt Huangshan was promoted by the Huangshan Tourism Promotion   during its debut at the United Nations headquarters in New York.The Huangshan City officials showcased the charm of new Huangshan City and the ancient Huizhou as the event market China Tourism Culture Week.

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