Youth panda reporters visit Xinjin district in Sichuan province
On June 3rd 2020 Youth panda reporters of four nationalities headed to Xinjin district. They were first received by experienced journalists from Chengdu TV at the renovated rural primary school Jiulian and were given advice on the future reporting on the sights in this district.
On the first afternoon they were already acquainted with two of the attractions of Tianfu culture (lit. Heavenly palace), with which the people of Sichuan province describe the land of plenty. First, the reporters paid a visit to the Baodun archeological site. It’s clay walls concealed by rice fields may in the future reveal many details of the life in this area for the past 4500 years. The reporters’ last visit was Chunyang temple, which preserves some excellent stone-carved calligraphy by molding the three religions of Confucianism, Daoism and Buddhism.
The first day enriched the experience of the reporters and gave them new insight on this beautiful land’s attractions.