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Original title: Sun Yanling: Seize the opportunity of the Winter Olympics to promote the development of ice and snow tourism

“With the implementation of my country’s ‘Arctic expansion in the south and westward expansion’ strategy and the realization of the goal of ‘300 million people on ice and snow’, as well as the successful bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, the development of ice and snow sports has ushered in a major opportunity.” During the National Two Sessions this year , Sun Yanling, a representative of the National People’s Congress and a representative inheritor of Manchu embroidery, a national intangible cultural heritage project, suggested that we should seize the opportunity of the Winter Olympics and vigorously promote the development of the ice and snow sports and ice and snow tourism industry in Heilongjiang.

Sun Yanling said that the vigorous development of ice and snow sports will definitely play a huge role in promoting the development of the ice and snow tourism industry. Heilongjiang should give full play to its unique advantages in ice and snow tourism resources, actively explore the combination of ice and snow sports and ice and snow tourism, and promote the rapid development of the province’s ice and snow tourism industry.

“Although the development of ice and snow sports in Heilongjiang has a good momentum, there are still many bottlenecks that need to be broken through.” Sun Yanling said that in terms of policy support and planning coordination, there are more ski resorts and ice and snow playgrounds, but fewer skating rinks. The proportion of different types of venues needs further planning. Overall planning; the government’s policy support, capital investment, environmental protection and other aspects of the construction of ice and snow venues need to be strengthened. In terms of talent training, most of the professionals in Heilongjiang ice and snow sports are retired athletes with strong professional skills, but they need to strengthen relevant service skills training. In terms of the market-oriented development of ice and snow sports, the linkage between ice and snow sports and ice and snow tourism needs to be strengthened. In terms of ice and snow events, although a number of ice and snow sports events have been developed, it is still necessary to introduce more professional and influential domestic and foreign brand events.

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Sun Yanling suggested to increase the overall planning of ice and snow sports, scientifically plan the layout of ice and snow sports venues, increase investment in the construction of ice and snow sports infrastructure, vigorously build public ice and snow sports venues and facilities, and enrich the types of ice and snow sports venues; support institutions of higher learning, primary and secondary schools The construction of ice and snow sports venues will promote the school to add ice and snow sports courses to the teaching plan; strengthen the training of ice and snow sports talents, actively introduce high-end talents who understand ice and snow, sports, and business operations, and improve the training system of reserve talents for ice and snow sports; create ice and snow brand events, vigorously Popularize ice and snow sports, promote ice and snow fitness projects, and build a brand of national fitness events. (Li Zhigang)

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