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An Exotic Experience2012-08-27

China Daily, August 24, 2012 Harbin's Volga Manor epitomizes all things Russian, the city's own Russian heritage included, which, in real life, has mostly vanished. Volga is widely viewed as...

Typhoons to Bring Gales, Storms to China Coasts2012-08-27

Xinhua, 26th August, 2012 Typhoon Tembin and Bolaven are moving towards China's coasts and will bring gales and storms there on Sunday, the country's meteorological authority has predicted. The ...

Warnings Sounded as Typhoons Near2012-08-24

Chinadaily, Aug 24th, 2012 China's national meteorological authority on Thursday issued a warning about Tembin, the 14th typhoon of the year, as it approaches the southeastern part of Taiwan. Th...

5 Free Things to Do in Historical and Breathtaking Beijing2012-08-24

Shanghai Daily, August 22, 2012 Beijing is quickly becoming one of the priciest - and fastest-changing - cities around the world, driven by several decades of economic growth. But some of the c...

Rainstorms Batter Southern China, Killing 22012-08-22

Rainstorms have demolished several southern Chinese provinces this week, toppling homes and killing a woman and her granddaughter in Hunan Province.

First Flight of Zunyi Xinzhou Airport to Take off on 28th August2012-08-20

VisitOurChina, 20th August, 2012 After negotiation between the municipal government of Zunyi, Guizhou Province and China Southern Airlines Company Limited, Zunyi Xinzhou Airport is to launch the ce...

China, DPRK Open New Tourist Route2012-08-20

Xinhua, August 17, 2012 Companies from China and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) inaugurated a new tourist route on Friday to promote economic and tourism exchanges between the two...

Typhoon Kai-Tak Halts Transport Services2012-08-17

Xinhua, August 17th, 2012 Shipping lines and railway services in coastal areas in southern part ofChina have been suspendedas the Typhoon Kai-Tak approaches. According to the meteorological obse...

A Golden Twilight2012-08-17

China Daily, August 16, 2012 The golden twilight casts a surreal glow on the babbling brookmeandering through the village, where middle-aged mothers in floral prints squat and do the laundry. T...

Tropical Storm Kai-Tak Approaches South China2012-08-15

Xinhua, August 15th, 2012 Kai-Tak, the 13th tropical storm of the year, is approaching China's southern regions, the country's meteorological authority predicted Tuesday. Kai-Tak, moving northwe...

Great Wall Collapses after Heavy Rain, Repair Work Underway2012-08-13

Xinhua, August 10, 2012 Repair work is underway for a section of the Great Wall in north China's Hebei province that collapsed after days of continuous rain, local officials said Thursday. The c...

Huangshan Mountain Reopens for Tourism after Typhoon Haikui2012-08-13

Xinhua, August 10, 2012 The Huangshan Mountain, a UNESCO World Heritage site in east China's Anhui Province, reopened for tourism on Thursday following a short closure because of the arrival of typ...

More Mainlanders to Tour Taiwan2012-08-10

Xinhua, August 9, 2012 Another four cities on the Chinese mainland have been approved to grant individual tourist visits to Taiwan as of August 28, on a basis of a deal reached between the two side...

23 Trains Off-the-line in Beijing South Railway Station; 69 Flights Grounded Beijing Capital International Airport2012-08-10

VisitOurChina, August 10th, 2012 Affected by the typhoon Haikui, 23 trains running Beijing-Shanghai express highway have been off the line by the time of 7:00pm, 8th, August, which is the large-s...

Typhoon Forces Widespread Evacuation2012-08-08

China Daily, August 8th, 2012 China evacuated 374,000 people from Shanghai and 250,000 from Zhejiang as the third typhoon in a week bore down on the eastern coast of China.. Haikui strengthened ...

Cross Strait Visitors to Top 13 mln in 20162012-08-08

Xinhua, August 7, 2012 A mainland official predicts on Monday that tourists travelling across the Taiwan Straits would reach 13 million in 2016 and 20 million by 2020. Shao Qiwei, president of t...

Beijing Sees Slow Growth in Tourism2012-08-06

China Daily, August 4, 2012 In spite of the increasing number of tourists from abroad that Beijing received in the first half of the year, the growth is slowing down. The capital welcomed more t...

Flood Disrupts Railway Services2012-08-06

Xinhua, August 5th, 2012 BEIJING -- A total of 21 trains have been canceled for services and nearly 5,000 passengers are still being stranded in northeast China's Heilongjiang province due to torre...

Visa-free Granted for HK Passport Holders to Caribbean Islands2012-08-03

Xinhua, August 2, 2012 Hong Kong Special Administration Region passport holders have been granted visa-free access, or visa-on-arrival, to Dutch territories in the Caribbean, Hong Kong Immigration ...

Typhoons Set to Wreak Havoc along Coast2012-08-03

China Daily, August 3 2012 Two typhoons, set to hit eastern coastal areas of China almost simultaneously, caused widespread disruption to daily life. Damrey made landfall in Jiangsu province lat...

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