On June 23, taking part in the “Moments in China — Hello, Yangtze River Delta!” Internet international communication activity, international influencers arrived in Suzhou, a famous city with historical and cultural relics, to begin a new day of Moments snap.
British video blogger Jayson was interviewing by CRI Online at the Shuangta Market. Photo by Hu Xiaomeng
“This market is so nice and cozy, and if I could live here, I would often come to this place to buy fresh vegetables and meat for breakfast and lunch,” said the British video blogger Jayson, located in the Shuangta Market in Gusu District, Suzhou, marveled at such an “Internet-famous vegetable market”!
Using a lot of aesthetic and cultural elements, the Shuangta Market has become a new model of market transformation for “crossover and mix-match”, multi-functional superposition. It’s also known as a street culture gathering place in Suzhou-style.
Ruili experiencing Hanfu culture in Lion Grove Garden. Photo by Chen Xiaoyu
“I’m so happy!” said the blonde Ruili who has experienced Hanfu culture in Lion Grove Garden, one of the four famous gardens in Suzhou.
Influencers visiting “lion watching cow eating crab” and other lakeside rocks and rockeries. Photo by Chen Xiaoyu
Built in the second year of Zhizheng of the Yuan Dynasty (1342ad), the Lion Grove Garden has a history of more than 600 years. Lingering on the garden, influencers enjoyed the patchwork architecture like the True Delight Pavilion, Permian Lake Stone Falls, Yanyu Hall, Nine Lions Peak, Lixue Hall and other landscapes. They have also studied Kunqu singing at the place and watched Suzhou embroidery at close range by You Hongmei, the intangible cultural heritage carrier of Suzhou embroidery.