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"Xinjiang is a place where you don't want to go"

Author: admin Published date: 2020-01-06 dimensional code sharing

"I saw from the 众彩网 that in the first 11 months of 2019, Xinjiang, China received more than 208 million tourists, which fully proves that Xinjiang is in the golden period of development." On the morning of December 24, 2019, Xinjiang University International Cultural Exchange College Tourism Management student Alibekva Dalia told reporters.



Alibekva Dalia is from Yekaterinburg, Russia. In September 2018, she came to China twice to study tourism management at Xinjiang University. After coming, she frequently encountered so many "unexpected".

.. "I didn't expect", it is Urumqi's Ambilight.

When I first arrived, I walked into the urban area of Urumqi. Alibekva Dalia was pleasantly surprised to see that Urumqi has not only criss-crossed viaducts, but also row after row of tall buildings, full of "international fan".

Once, Alibekva Dalia's understanding of Xinjiang basically stayed on the magnificent scenery and sweet fruits. After getting familiar with Xinjiang, she found that those are only a small part of Xinjiang, and Xinjiang has too many advantages to shock.

"I once climbed up the Red Mountain and took a picture of Urumu. After the pictures of the city's bright night view were posted on the WeChat circle of friends, my friends liked it." Alibekva Dalia said, all the friends and relatives in his hometown said I didn't expect Urumqi to be so beautiful and so modern.

Xinjiang's multi-ethnic harmonious coexistence and multi-cultural gathering, Alibekva Dalia thinks that this is the great charm of Xinjiang.

Whenever free, Alibekva Dalia likes to spend time in Erdaoqiao in Urumqi and Xinjiang International Bazaar. Here, during the day, she saw people of different nationalities gathered together and doing business in full swing. At night I saw the brightly lit "Night Economy": lively songs and dances interpreting Xinjiang's ethnic customs. Seeing those delicious food and bustling tourists makes her feel that Xinjiang has unlimited business opportunities and great development potential.

"My dad is a businessman. He often tells me that he must learn Chinese well." Alibekva Dalia said.

For more than a year, Alibekva Dalia also made many good local friends. When it was all right, she shuttled through the streets and alleys of Urumqi and saw everyone living and working in this land. She really felt the harmonious atmosphere of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang.

Alibekva Dalia likes to share pictures with friends from Xinjiang to shopping malls and supermarkets and to taste Xinjiang dishes such as chicken and roast lamb. Seeing that Xinjiang is so good, Alibekva Dalia's brother also wants to study in Xinjiang.

"Xinjiang is beautiful and Xinjiang is good. Xinjiang is a place you don't want to leave when you come!" Alibekva Dalia said sincerely at the end of the interview.

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