We invite expatriates who are fans of local foods and would like to share their gastronomic experiences with our readers to join the team of the GoChengdu Gusto, whose members will have a sensational experience and exposure on local media.
What is GoChengdu Gusto?
GoChengdu Gusto is a project sponsored by local website www.gochengdu.cn and related institutions and businesses in Chengdu that provides a team of foreigners living in the city, who are interested in Sichuan cuisines and the Chinese culture, the opportunities to have a taste of foods of all cuisines from around the world in the city and share their gastronomic experiences.
Members of GoChengdu Gusto also have chances to take part in colorful activities organized by the website, such as free tours, sport programs and cultural exchanges.
The team will have 10 members in total (a family may share the same membership)
1. Log in www.gochengdu.cn and become a new member of the website.
2. Once you finish the registration, use WeChat to follow gochengdu's account (Search for “GO成都”), forward his/her user’s name at the website and the associated e-mail address to “GO成都”wechat account to confirm.
The names of the members of Gochengdu Gusto will be announced by the website on its WeChat account“GO成都”on November 30 (Monday).
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