China's Fangchenggang is becoming a rising Star in sports & tourism
Fangchenggang, a coastal city in Southern China, is gaining attention in the sports and tourism sectors. The city recently hosted the inaugural National Student (Youth) Games Road Cycling Competition from November 2-4.
This event, featuring young cyclists from across China, highlighted the city’s picturesque coastal routes, its forward-looking approach to environmental sustainability and its potential as a tourist destination.
Situated in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Fangchenggang serves as a key entry point to the ASEAN region and an important city within the Belt and Road Initiative’s western land-sea corridor.
Recent years have seen Fangchenggang hosting various sporting events, leveraging its unique geography. These include the China-ASEAN Marathon, China-ASEAN City Tennis Invitational, China-ASEAN International Youth Football Invitational, Dongxing (China)-Mong Cai (Vietnam) Lantern Festival Football Friendship Match, and China-ASEAN International Sea Fishing Competition, contributing to the city’s growing appeal.
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