No lack of things to do in Jinwan this summer break
Jinwan District is welcoming tourists with many coastal, rural, Red, and industrial enticements along with 390 cultural gratis activities this summer.
For instance, visits to By-Health Transparent Factory, a 4A-level national tourist attraction in Sanzao Town, are free. By-Health provides a close look at the use of raw materials, storage, production, and inspection of dietary supplements.
Additionally, children can learn about natural raw materials from all over the world, and the relationship between a nutritious diet and health through the lectures especially offered during summer break.
BY-Health's Nutrition Exploration Hall opens in early August with popular science activities, health examinations, child entertainment facilities, an art space, and tourist center. Nutrition and health knowledge are disseminated via immersive interaction projects utilizing advanced multimedia and virtual reality technology.
Sanban Village, meanwhile, beckons both nature and fitness lovers with picturesque scenery, warbling birds, and canoe and kayak experiences.
Many are expected to visit Lin Wei-min & Early Workers Movement Historical Relics Showroom in Yuyue Village of Sanzao Town, as this year marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
On the cultural front, the Jinwan District Committee of the Communist Youth League of China will provide 50 public welfare programs including salons, lectures, and volunteer, science popular, and hobby cultivation activities for teenagers.
Furthermore, the Jinwan Cultural Center will offer 46 free cultural and artistic activities. It will launch three boutique events at the Gold Coast Culture & Art Center: a Red-themed movie month, open-air music salons, and art training. The training program lists 23 ukulele, African Djembe, and Uyghur folk dance classes for 90 citizens aged between 7 and 60. Sign up in advance at WeChat account jwqwhgtsg.
By-Health Transparent Factory
Additionally, Sanzao Town will host 23 courses covering such topics as robots and basketball for 605 people, while Hongqi Town will attract fans of dance, calligraphy, creative painting, guzheng (Chinese zither), adult and children's singing, robots, and table tennis. The classes will be for children aged 3 to 16, except for adult singing, which will have a minimum age of 18.
From July 13 to Aug 31, Jinwan District Library will put on 101 reading promotions to engage more than 12,000 people. Storytelling and parent-child reading activities, public welfare lectures, personal developmental classes, and book exhibitions will run until September. The number of children's audiobook reading and robot-making sessions, STEAM science and innovation experience, as well as parent-child pottery DIY activities, may all be increased in proportion to public interest.
Aviclub helicopter adventure [Photos by Zhang Zhou / Zhuhai Daily]