After the rise of short video platforms, many bloggers will shoot a variety of videos to promote their hometown, to introduce the special scenery, food and so on.
Recently, the directors of local cultural and tourism departments have also been "out in the war", shooting promotional videos such as dressing up, line dancing, horseback riding and felling to "speak" for their hometown.
According to Western Decision, recently,Li Qiao, a post-90s woman from Urumqi, Xinjiang province, has become famous for her high level of appearance after sharing her hometown of Xinjiang online.
According to Li's assistant, Li Qiao is not the secretary general of Xinjiang Tourism Association, as netizens said, but a master in the home-stay and cultural tourism industry.
She traveled all over China and independently completed the documentary "Staying in China".Her dream is to promote her hometown Xinjiang and pass on all the beauty of Xinjiang to everyone.
After the woman went viral, many netizens said,Watching the video, I think she looks like Samsung Princess Lee Buzhen, but some people doubt that it is a hype: "Now the small video to fire must have behind-the-scenes operations, no promoter want to red too difficult".
According to the documents, Lee is the eldest daughter of the late Samsung Group chairman Lee Kun-hee and the president of Hotel Shilla. In 1999, she married Lim Woo-jae, a Samsung employee, and caused a stir in the Korean society. However, the marriage ended 15 years later.
When Lee Kun-hee, the former head of Samsung Group, died of illness in 2020, he left an estate of stocks, art, real estate and cash worth an estimated 26 trillion won. Mr. Lee pledged his Samsung Electronics shares as collateral, a loan widely believed to be used to pay estate taxes.
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