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Designated National Film Location Settles in Rebala Scenic Area

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On December 15, the 33rd Designated National Film Location settled in Rebala Scenic Area of Miao’ertan Town in Longshan County. Nearly a thousand Tujia, Miao, and Han people gathered to witness the opening ceremony.
The film location covers the core scenic spots within Longshan, including Rebala Scenic Area, Liye Ancient Town, Bamianshan, Wulongshan National Geopark, Ciyantang Red Tourist Destination, Taipingshan Scenic Spot, and, Luota Stone Forest.   
Construction started in 2016 and is expected to be complete and operational in 2020. With a total investment of about 150 million yuan and an area of around 50,000 square meters, the film location consists of palaces, Baishoutang, a venue used by the Tujia to offer sacrifices to ancestors and perform traditional dance, and a worship square.
Upon completion, it will benefit over 400 needy families in four villages within the scenic area such as Laochehe, Liming, Liuhe, and Shubi. More than 1,000 currently impoverished people will be involved in tourism development and construction and share the benefits of pro-poor tourism development. 
Meanwhile, it will help over 10,000 poorer households and 150,000 people in such towns and villages as Xichehe, Dianfang, Nongche, Liye, and Luota overcome poverty and achieve prosperity.
This article is from Hunan Provincial Government
Translator: Wu Lirong
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