Enter the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce contest and win an all inclusive trip to China to see the Great Wall

Dreaming of visiting China? Win a trip of a lifetime!

You could win an all-inclusive tour through Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai and Suzhou next spring valued at $2500!

Do you have the travel bug? Do you love writing about and photographing your adventures? You could win a 11-day, all-expense-paid trip to China to blog about the experience!

The Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce will select one lucky winner to join them and their guests on a tour through Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai and Suzhou next spring.

Attractions include Tian A Men Square, the Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, the Great Wall, Terra-Cotta Warriors, the Lingering Garden and more.

All you have to do is submit 200 words about why you would be the perfect person to tag along. Click here for more info and to enter the contest.

 

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