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On the Khabarovsk "Zaimka" opened the Festival of Creative Tourism

This year Khabarovsk for the first time in the framework of the Festival of Creative Tourism is hosting delegations from the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. The events are held at three sites at once: the Zaimka tourist complex, the parking lot at the Erofei ice arena and the Komsomolskaya square of the regional capital. At each of them, the townspeople expect many interesting events from both foreign guests and the owners of the region.

It was decided to devote the first day of the festival at Zaimka to presentations from delegations of peoples living on the territory of the Khabarovsk Territory: Chuvash, Armenians, Uzbeks, Ukrainians, Tatars, small ethnic groups and many others. The honor of opening the international festival was presented to a delegation from South Korea. This country is a long-standing partner of the region in the tourism sector.

"Today, within the framework of the International Festival of Creative Tourism, a festival of peoples living on the territory of the Khabarovsk Territory is also being held. Including the festival of Korean culture, in honor of which our permanent partners came to visit us. We are very glad that we had the opportunity to show our customs , national culture, cuisine here. Such events are very important for the unification of peoples and should be held every year, "President of the Association of Korean Organizations of the Far East and Siberia Beik Ku ​​Sen told RIA Vostok-Media.

Those who decide to visit "Zaimka" on this day will have a rich program from the festival participants: a national costume competition, tasting of national dishes, performances by folk amateur performers and many others. The festival will run until late in the evening.

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