Peking Government Will Issue Three Hundred Thousand Temple Fair Tickets to Local People in the Spring Festival

To liven up the citizens’ cultural life during the spring festival, to inherit splendid traditional Chinese culture, and to create the jubilant and joyous festival atmosphere, during the 2020 Spring Festival, Beijing government will continue adopting government’s purchasing cultural service and “Internet Pulse Culture” model to issue three hundred thousand temple fair tickets to the Beijing citizens. Citizens will follow the two WeChat official accounts “Cultural Tourism Beijing” and “Beijing Tourism” to join the ticket race; those who have successfully won the free temple fair tickets would exchange the paper ticket with Q&R code at the appointed ticket station on the selected date. With the paper ticket, citizens can enter the park to attend the temple fair during the spring festival. 


The activity of cultural benefits by issuing three hundred thousand temple fair tickets has held for four consecutive years,and win warm praise from citizens. The ten temple fairs, participate the activity this year, include Ditan Temple Fair, Longtan Temple Fair, Prospect Garden Red Chamber Temple Fair, Chaoyang International Spring Carnival, Phoenix Mountain Garden Party, China Millennium Mountain Three Kingdom Culture Temple Fair, Shijingshan Amusement Park Temple Fair, Beijing City Sub-center Canal Culture Temple Fair, Jingdong Cutural Temple Fair, Shiyuan Cultural Temple Fair and Lamp Fair. The “ticket race” activity will continue providing the “Create Spring Festival Scrolls” online game for citizens; those who successfully complete the spring festival scrolls online would have the opportunity to win a set of spring festival scrolls and the “Fu” written by the calligrapher from Pinggu township of Chinese calligraphy. IQIYI Ticket provides the technical support of this activity.
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