Qingjiang Gallery, a place for spiritual holiday
Core attractions: Wuluozhongli Mountain, inverted shadow gorge, Xianrenzhai
The birthplace of the Ba people, Changyang Wuluo Zhongli Mountain
Ba is an ancient nation in southwestern China. It has gradually formed an important regional culture, namely Pakistani culture, in the historical evolution of more than a thousand years.
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Emergency Rescue Exercise for Abandoned Ships in Qingjiang Gallery Scenic Area
Jingchu Net News (Correspondent Zhou Jimin) On April 29, the abandoned ship rescue exercise organized by Qingjiang Gallery Scenic Area of Hubei Province and Changyang Local Maritime Bureau was held in Qingjiang Gallery Scenic Area. Zhai Jiugang, Deputy Director of Maritime Administration of the People's Republic of China, attended and watched the exercise.
Qingjiang Gallery successfully conducted a comprehensive emergency rescue drill
At 9:00 a.m. on June 22, on the broad surface of the beautiful Qingjiang Gallery, the sailing cruise ship No. 2 of the Qingjiang Gallery suddenly caught fire. It was a false alarm when more than 40 tourists on board were transferred to another ship in an uncertain way. Originally, the "2011 Qingjiang Gallery Comprehensive Emergency Rescue Exercise" is under way here. The drill is sponsored by County Anbian Office, County Tourism Bureau and County Transport Bureau, and undertaken by County Local Maritime Department and Hubei Qingjiang Gallery Tourism Development Co., Ltd. Mao Xinghua
Changyang Established the First Women Militia in Scenic Spots of Hubei Province
Tujia sisters can not only sing and dance as a tour guide, but also "shoot the gun" as a militia. On April 28, in the Qingjiang Gallery of the National 5A Scenic Area in Changyang Tujia Autonomous County, 23 female soldiers dressed in militia style costumes raised their right arm solemnly swearing to "obey the leadership of the Communist Party of China, actively participate in national construction, and faithfully fulfill their national defense obligations... ...", attracting the footsteps of tourists, taking pictures of cameras and mobile phones.