The group of expats also explored the Hongshan IoT Town Exhibition Center, where the latest IoT applications in agriculture, home life, tourism and sports developed by local companies are on display. Several expats were delighted to taste a cup of coffee served by an automated coffee machine.
Expats explore the latest IoT applications in the Hongshan IoT Town Exhibition Center on Nov 3. [Photo/chinadaily.com.cn]
After checking real-time data of tourist attractions from a digital tourism command center in the IoT town, expats visited Liang Hong National Wetland Park, where the PM 2.5 concentration was 38 micrograms per cubic meter. The park is recorded to be the home of 115 kinds of birds in 2018.
Enjoying beautiful autumn scenery, expats learned the legendary story "Courtesy of Liang Hong and Meng Guang", a couple renowned for their respect and devotion to each other.
Expats pose for a group photo at Liang Hong National Wetland Park on Nov 3. [Photo/chinadaily.com.cn]
"It's a wonderful trip", said Muhammad Shahzeb from Pakistan. He said he believes IoT technologies are very helpful and time-saving.
Discussing the environment, Antoniana Kolosova from Russia said "I especially liked being in the park, where you can hear nothing but the sounds of nature itself." She said they enjoyed the trip because of good weather conditions and "friendly attitude of all members of the team that guided us the entire day."
Antoniana Kolosova from Russia enjoys beautiful autumn scenery on a pavilion in Liang Hong National Wetland Park on Nov 3. [Photo/chinadaily.com.cn]