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Visitors view flowers at a Kelsang flower (cosmos bipinnatus) field in Nanning, capital of south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Jan. 16, 2013. The kelsang flower, or cosmos in scientific name, has entered its bloom season recently, attracting numbers of visitors. [Xinhua/Zhou Hua]
Tickets Tight for Spring Festival2013-01-18
Taiwan people living on the mainland are experiencing difficulties of getting air tickets back to their hometowns due to a short supply of cross-Straits transportation during Spring Festival.
Shanghai has launched a host of outdoor activitiesinrecent daysto cheer people up during the recent spell of bitter winter weather.
The 15th International Convention of the World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations (WFTGA) opened in Macao on Monday, with over 300 tourist guides from 30 countries and regions attending.
Photo taken on Jan. 14, 2013 shows the winter scenery of Qiyi Glacier, or July 1st Glacier, some 130 kilometers southwest of Jiayuguan City, northwest China's Gansu Province. [Xinhua/Wan Zongping]
Shenyu Art Treasures Exhibition is held in Beijing at Shenyu Museum beginning from January 8. The first month is open to the public for free.
Skiing in Beijing somehow remains a bit of a secret,in spite ofthe fact that there's over ten within reach of the city center. Yuyang is about an hour's bus ride from Beijing, a modest mountain in the eastern district of Pinggu.
Dense Fog Envelops Cities in China2013-01-14
Buildings are shrouded in a dense smog near the CBD [ Central Business District] area in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 12, 2013. Beijing was shrouded in dense smog for a second straight day Saturday. The smoggy weather will not clear up until Monday, the city's environment monitoring center said. Beijing's air is heavily polluted. Readings for PM2.5, or airborne particles with a diameter of 2.5 microns or less -- small enough to deeply penetrate the lungs -- were as high as 456 on Saturday. [ Xinhua/Luo Xiaoguang]
Breathtaking Yuanyang Terrace in Yunan2013-01-14
Located about 300 km south of Kunming, Yuanyang terrace lies in Yuanyang County, in southeastern Yunnan Province. With a total area of 11,000 hectares, the terrace is regarded by some as the largest and most spectacular terrace in the world. It is a natural masterpiece, plowed by the bare hands of the Hani ethnic people 1,000 thousand years ago, and it is still in use today. During winter days, the whole terrace is covered by a layer of mist, evoking the typical atmosphere of a traditional Chinese ink and wash painting. Catching a sunrise or sunset on the terrace at this time will make visitors marvel at the wonder of nature. [by 爱光耗资/ bbs.fengniao]
Tourism revenues in China are expected to top 2.57 trillion yuan (407.94 billion U.S. dollars) in the year of 2012, up 14 percent year on year, the country's tourism chief said Thursday.
A flock of grey cranes are seen at the Shahu Wetland of the Poyang Lake, in Jiujiang City, east China's Jiangxi Province, Jan. 9, 2013. [Xinhua/Fu Jianbin]
Ancient village scenery in China's Anhui2013-01-11
Photo taken on Jan.10, 2013 shows the scenery of Tachuan ancient village in Huangshan City, east China's Anhui Province. [Xinhua/Shi Guangde]
Train stations are instituting seasonal measures on Monday todeal with large numbers of travelers during the upcoming Spring Festival holiday.
Located near the north end of the Songhua River in Harbin, Sun Island is the heart of snow sculptures in China. It's widely considered the highlight of Harbin ice and snow tourism, as well as an important part of the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival, which opened on January 5. [China.org.cn]
All Aboard for Beijing-Guangzhou Railway2012-12-17
China Daily, 15th December, 2012
The high-speed rail route from Beijing to South China's Guangzhou will open on Dec 26, cutting the journey from 22 hours to about eight, the Ministry of Railways sa...
Shanghai Daily, December 13, 2012
If historic recreations are not your thing, then another great way to observe Christmas this year is savoring Shanghai cooking with the increasing number of qualit...
China Daily, December 13, 2012
What to do and where to go if you have 72 hours in Beijing? Mu Qian and Ye Jun recommend some of the must-go and some of off-the-beaten track spots.
From Jan 1, tr...
VisitOurChina, 12rd December, 2012
Shanghai announced that, from 1st January, 2013, visitors from 45 countries will be allowed 72-hour stay without a visa. These countries include, Austria , Belgiu...
Shenzhen Airlines Ltd. Opens New Flight from Quanzhou to Hangzhou to Shenyang on 10th December2012-12-10
VisitOurChina, 10th December, 2012
Shenzhen Airlines Ltd. opens new flight from Quanzhou of Fujian province to Hangzhou of Zhejiang province to Shenyang of Liaoning province in Jinjiang Airport i...
China Daily, December 6, 2012
The decision to waive visas for foreign visitors for 72 hours is a major step toward Beijing's goal of becoming an open international city, tourism experts revealed.
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