2 routes in Hechi designated Guangxi research tourism routes
The Cultural and Tourism Department of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region recently announced the list of the first batch of research tourism routes in Guangxi, which included the two Hechi routes of "exploring the Baiku Yao research tourism route" and "red memory and bronze drum culture research tourism route."
The "exploring the Baiku Yao research tourism route" is located in Lihu Yao township, Nandan county, starting from Lihu Duonu Community, going to Lihu Baiku Yao ecological museum, and ending at Geyasigu Scenic Area. The route is designed with three different themed research routes for primary school, junior high, and high school. The curriculum system is mainly developed from the three themes of folk custom, intangible cultural heritage, and farming courses.
An aerial view of Lihu Duonu Community. [Photo/Hechi Daily]
The "red memory and bronze drum culture research tourism route" is located in Donglan county, going from Weibaqun Memorial Hall to Zhuangxiang General Memorial Garden to Lenin Cave to Bronze Drum Collection Hall. By showcasing Donglan's revolutionary history, as well as the stories and spirit of its heroes, this route aims to enhance students' understanding of the revolutionary history of the Communist Party of China. It also aims to cultivate students' love for their hometown and nationality. In addition, the route can enhance students' understanding of the cultural connotation, technological process, structure, and decoration of bronze drums.
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