MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — To celebrate its 20th anniversary, a Chinese company gave its 6,400 workers quite a reward: a four-day trip to France and Monaco.

Employees with the Chinese conglomerate Tiens Group — which has its hand in biotechnology, tourism and trade — took a private tour of the Louvre Museum, and shopped at the luxury department store Galeries Lafayette.

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Later on, the group headed down to the southern resort town of Nice, where they broke a Guinness world record for forming the largest human sentence.

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They spelled out the phrase: “Tiens’ dream is nice in the Côte d’Azur.”

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They constituted the largest tour group ever in France, pumping up to $20 million into the French economy, according to CNN.