US CNBC Crew Shot the Jinsha Site Museum

Release Time:2017-10-24

    On the afternoon of Apr. 1, 2010, the crew from the US CNBC went to the Jinsha Site Museum for shooting the cultural relics, accompanied by Zhu Zhangyi, Deputy Curator of the Museum.

    The shooting was a response to the invitation from the National Tourism Administration, covering famous tourist attractions in Chengdu, so as to open up the travelling market in US and to expand popularity and influence for China's tourism resources, especially for the world natural and cultural heritages in the Midwest of China. As one of three major symbols for the city, the Jinsha Site Museum received unanimous recommendation by many experts.

    The "Go to the World" program, recorded at the Jinsha Site Museum this time, will be broadcast from June to August at the CNBC TV, at the golden time of the weekend of the Column of Global Travel. And it will have rolling playing for 3 years, which can better publicize Jinsha and Chengdu.

    After the shooting, Deputy Curator Zhu Zhangyi also had a friendly and in-depth discussion and exchange with the crew.