Group Spring Tour of Haiyuan in 2019
The company's choice for spring tour this year is Shenzhen's printmaking base. It is located in the printmaking village of Guanlan Street, Longhua District, Shenzhen. It is one of the top ten Hakka ancient villages in Shenzhen. It is located in Chen Yanqiao, a pioneer of the emerging woodcut movement in China, a well-known printmaker and an art theorist. Hometown-Niuhu Community, Guanlan Street, Longhua District, Shenzhen. Its architectural style is a typical Hakka townhouse form.
This prestigious Hakka village is now a hot spot in Shenzhen's rural and folk tourism along with OCT Gankeng Hakka Town, Hehu New Home, and Golden Turtle Village.
The total planned area of Guanlan Print Village is 1.4 million square meters, of which the central area is 316,000 square meters. The print village and the ancient Hakka village are merged to integrate the theme of Hakka culture into modern landscape elements. Establishing a relatively perfect market-oriented operation mechanism is a national-level cultural industry demonstration base with complete supporting facilities, a beautiful environment, and good social and economic benefits. It combines the modern printmaking workshop with the ancient Hakka villages, forming a unique cultural element, and also providing a source of ideas for the artist's creation.
During the company's spring tour, my colleagues along the way, talking and laughing, brought a firmer foundation for the company's colleagues to work together, united and cheerful, after entering the attractions, everyone saw the century-old tree, all for it. Amazing!
Along the way, my colleagues were fascinated by the spring that can't be hidden in the garden. Everyone was happy and talked about it. From ancient times to today, we discussed the ancient village of Hakka culture, the design of the ancestral house, and the usefulness of the tower. !!
In 2019, the Spring Tour of Haiyuan Group ended in laughter and laughter. Next, everyone reunited and talked about their plans for 2019, collected holidays and fun, and devoted themselves to work.