The worlds biggest ski resort, built by China's richest man on the China-Russia border in Harbin opened it's doors to skiers, Friday.
The Harbin Wanda Indoor Ski and Winter Resort covers an area of some 80,000 square metres and boasts six different runs. The biggest being 500 metres long, the fourth longest indoor run in the planet. Up to 3000 people can enjoy the 40 billion yuan (507 billion euro) facilities at any one time. The resort's creator, Wang Jianlin, is China's wealtheist businessman.
SOT, Ms. Li, Skier (Mandarin): "I feel more comfortable to ski here. I don't have to suffer the cold wind when I was skiing outdoor. The temperature is good."
SOT, Mr. Zhang, first aid staff at Wanda Indoor Ski Resort (Mandarin): "Unlike the outdoor ski resort，which opens 3-4 months per year in winter, we open all the year round. You can enjoy skiing whenever you want during the year. It is a perfect place for skiing amateurs, who want to ski during summer."
SOT, Mr. Liu, Skier (Mandarin): "Harbin had been famous for the ice and snow culture since it was founded. It is 'the city of ice in china'. Ice and snow are symbols for Harbin city. The snow and ice industry can develops the tourism of Harbin and cities around it."
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