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CHP announces first corporate membership

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Beijing Cultural Heritage Protection Center (CHP) is proud to announce we have joined forces with one of China’s most sought after luxury hotels, Fairmont Beijing.

Fairmont Beijing have become CHP’s first corporate member, giving them access to a wide range of benefits and exclusive offers, including a Volunteer Day, lectures on Chinese culture and a VIP hutong tour.

CHP managing director, Lu Lei, said it was an exciting event for both parties.

“We are honored Fairmont Beijing chose this meaningful way to show their support for the work CHP is doing for cultural heritage protection in China,” she said.

“We look forward to a successful partnership between Fairmont Beijing and CHP.”

Fairmont Beijing sits in the heart of the capital’s central business district, with guest room interior design reflecting a blend of traditional and contemporary Chinese culture.

An event space is inspired by Beijing’s hutong culture.

“Beijing is one of the most famous historic cities in the world, but faces development and cultural heritage protection issues,” Ms Lu said.

“Every corporate has a responsibility to protect and support the value of cultural heritage. CHP will continue to work with corporate organizations to help them understand the value in participating in cultural heritage protection.”

General manager of Fairmont Beijing, Hans Hordijk, said the hotel group had seen lots of precious cultural heritage disappearing all around the world.

“It is our commitment for the community to develop responsible tourism and to minimize our footprint on the earth. Hutongs in Beijing and cultural heritage in China are treasures that everybody should take action to protect,” he said.

“We have worked closely with CHP to promote cultural heritage protection. We also launched a Hutong i-pod touch tour for our guests to learn more about hutongs, thus to increase awareness.

“We are eager to learn more about cultural heritage protection through the new partnership with CHP. It also offers an opportunity for our colleagues and guests to get more exposure to cultural heritage. We hope that through the events and activities co-held by Fairmont and CHP, cultural heritage protection will grow in everybody’s mind. Thus, we can retain these precious treasures for our descendents.”

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For more information on our corporate membership scheme, click here.

For more information about Fairmont Beijing, click here.

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