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Winners in CRI's Radio Contest Named
    2007-07-04 19:05:40     CRIENGLISH.com
A radio knowledge contest about southwestern China's Sichuan Province hosted by China Radio International, or CRI, and the Sichuan provincial government has announced the top award winners.

Luo Haocai, Vice Chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference National Committee, awarded the prizes to the 10 winners of the competition entitled "Sichuan, the Beautiful Land of the Panda" at a ceremony held in Beijing on Wednesday.

The ten overseas listeners will start their one-week Sichuan province tour on Friday.

During 400 hours of radio and online broadcasting starting from November last year, CRI introduced Sichuan's travel resources, including its beautiful landscape and unique folk culture, to foreign listeners in 43 different languages.

Some 670,000 answer sheets were received from 142 countries and regions following the radio programs.

The ten listeners who won the contest are America's Ms Ling Jiang, India's Mr N.Bala Kumar, Mongolia's Mr Samdanmunkh Baatar, Vietnam's Ms Le Thi Kim Giang, Germany's Mr Dieter Gerhard Leupold, Italy's Mr Luca Bresciani, Morocco's Mr Idriss Bououdina, Iran's Mr Mohammad Homayoun Mehr, Russia's Mr Novikov Evgeny and Romania's Mr Dumitru Marin.
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