Video PlayerClose CHANGSHA, May 9 (Xinhua) — If you type “Zhangjiajie” in the search bar of Kuaishou, a popular short video sharing platform, you will find Zhou Tiansong, who has 2.45 million followers. “Short videos have changed my life. As more people get to know the beauty of my hometown, our life is getting better and better,” said Zhou, a 28-year-old who grew up in Zhangjiajie, a city known for its scenic mountains in central China’s Hunan Province. In early 2017, Zhou, a tour guide at the time, took a series of videos of the snow when taking some visitors to Tianzi Mountain, where the movie “Avatar” was filmed. He then set up a Kuaishou account and posted the videos. “The videos became a hit, with hundreds of thousands of views and people sending messages saying that they would visit Zhangjiajie,” he said, adding that he did not expect that the scenery he had seen since his childhood could be so popular. He then decided to shoot more videos to show the scenery in his hometown. The clear springs in the mountains, the cloud-shrouded peaks, the extreme sports on the cliffs and the farmers carrying poles have all been captured… Read full this story
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