The Vintage Cars from the Classic Car Club of Hong Kong Successfully Made Their Way to Kunming

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Tuesday November 28, 2017 15:48
Bangkok--28 Nov--Xinhua Finance Agency

The Vintage Cars from the Classic Car Club of Hong Kong finally made their way from the city of Dali to Kung Ming, the capital and the largest city in Yunnan Province, as the last destination of their 2017 Hong Kong Vintage Cars Trip in Yunnan. The fleet had arrived at Kunming safely after their successful visits to Diqing and Lijiang.

Kunming is also called the Spring City due to its nice weather, the modern city, and the hospitality of the local people, all of which contribute to the increasing popularity of the city as a tourist destination for both domestic and foreign travellers.

Yunnan University, one of the most prestigious and oldest universities in China, is one of the destinations that the motoring enthusiasts, as well as the journalists from the mainland China, Hong Kong, and Thailand, paid their visit. After their arrival on November 26th, the group received a warm welcome from lecturers and students of the university's MBA program.

Ng Chung Fai, Nicholas, the CEO of Xinhua Finance Agency, and the representatives from the Classic Car Club of Hong Kong exchanged their views and impressions on their trip as well as confirming Hong Kong's position and readiness to support the Belt and Road initiatives.

Zhang Zulin, the Vice Governor of Yunnan Province, and senior executives from various sectors joined dinner and gave a friendly welcome to the motorists and other participants. The dinner marked a special occasion for all parties to strengthen their relations.


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