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Chinese bloggers say 'nĭ hăo' to Northern Ireland

Published 20/10/2016

Chinese bloggers Shujin Wang, Bo Liu, Yan Ma, Aileen O'Neill, Tourism NI and Pu Zang are pictured taking a selfie in front of Seamus Heaney's portrait. Picture by Brian Morrison.
Chinese bloggers Shujin Wang, Bo Liu, Yan Ma, Aileen O'Neill, Tourism NI and Pu Zang are pictured taking a selfie in front of Seamus Heaney's portrait. Picture by Brian Morrison.

China's top bloggers have been visiting Northern Ireland this week hosted by Tourism NI.

The group will tour the Causeway Coast, Belfast, Derry and Antrim.

Highlights of the visit include a trip to the new Seamus Heaney HomePlace and a Game of Thrones themed banquet.

Also supported by Tourism Ireland the aim of the trip is to increase Chinese visitors to Northern Ireland.

Chinese bloggers Shujin Wang, Min Lin Siew, Bo Liu, Yan Ma,Demi Yang and Pu Zang are pictured Aileen O'Neill, Tourism NI taking a selfie in front of Seamus Heaney's portrait. Picture by Brian Morrison.
Chinese bloggers Shujin Wang, Min Lin Siew, Bo Liu, Yan Ma,Demi Yang and Pu Zang are pictured Aileen O'Neill, Tourism NI taking a selfie in front of Seamus Heaney's portrait. Picture by Brian Morrison.
Chinese bloggers Min Lin Siew, Yan Ma, and Pu Zang are pictured taking a selfie in front of Seamus Heaney's portrait. Picture by Brian Morrison.
Chinese bloggers Min Lin Siew, Yan Ma, and Pu Zang are pictured taking a selfie in front of Seamus Heaney's portrait. Picture by Brian Morrison.

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