Tiantai county debuts on Beijing subway lines
Chicheng Mountain scenic area in Tiantai. [Photo/WeChat account: tzfb001]
Tiantai, a county in Quzhou, East China's Zhejiang province, is showcasing its promotional video on four subway lines in Beijing between June 27 and July 2, according to local media reports.
The promotional video will be shown 18 times each day on the television screens which are situated on the stations and carriages of No 4, Daxin, No 14, and No 16 subway lines in the city.
Statistics show that the four subway lines deliver more than 1.5 million passengers each day, so the seven-day promotion will introduce Tiantai to more than 10 million people.
Moreover, Tiantai's promotional video has been played on the channels of China's State broadcaster CCTV.
Tiantai is located in mid-eastern Zhejiang and is full of scenic spots, including 30 particularly famous ones.
Among them, Tiantai Mountain is the most famous. It is renowned for its beautiful scenery and for being the cradle of the Tiantai Sect of Chinese Buddhism.
Covering an area of about 187 square kilometers, Tiantai Mountain has many attractions, such as Guoqing Temple, Shiliang Waterfall and Huading Peak.
According to historical records, roughly 250 Tang Dynasty (618-907) poets visited the mountain and were inspired to write 1,122 poems.
Huading scenic area in Tiantai. [Photo/WeChat account: tzfb001]