September 17, 2018
• A special event for the Canada-China Year of Tourism
• A unique chance of experiencing Tang Dynasty history of thousands years ago
• Grand welcome ceremony in Tang Dynasty style
• A spectacular performance at the city hall of Xi’an
• Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the People’s Republic of China
• China National Tourist Office, Toronto
2018: A year to remember
Although nearly 10,000 km separate our two countries, we are friends and family.
Today, more than 1.7 million Canadians—about 5% of Canada's population—have Chinese ancestry. Mandarin and Cantonese are the most spoken languages in Canada after English and French.
To celebrate our deep ties, the governments of Canada and China have officially named 2018 the Canada-China Year of Tourism. It's an incredible opportunity to celebrate our history and what makes us unique.
China Beyond Your Imagination
China has the full name of the People’s Republic of China. Located in eastern Asia and the west bank of the Pacific Ocean, China stretches about 5,500 km long from the main channel of Heilongjiang River of north Mohe River in the north to James Shoal of the South China Sea in the south. Click the link below to learn more about China.
Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, referred to as Gui, is located in the southern part of China, with Nanning as its capital. Located in the west part in southern China, Guangxi borders the Beibu Gulf and Southeast Asia in the south, Vietnam in the southwest, and Guangdong, Hunan, Guizhou and Yunnan from east to west respectively. As the most convenient access to the sea, Guangxi plays an important role in the economic exchanges between China and Southeast Asia.