Xinjiang holds ice, snow festival on Heavenly Lake

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An ice and snow festival is underway in a mountainous region in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region to welcome the upcoming Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.

As many as 18 kinds of interesting activities, including ice dragon boat, ice bumper cars, dog sled and speed skating, are being held on the frozen Tianchi, or Heavenly, Lake of Tianshan Mountains, attracting scores of tourists.

Taking the Beijing 2022 as an opportunity, the Tianchi Lake scenic spot is trying to boost local tourism by making good use of its unique ice and snow resources.

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