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China Daily, September 15, 2011
Classical gardens have long been attracting visitors to Suzhou. Yet the city is also famous for a distinctive delicate beauty - Yangcheng Lake hairy crabs.
Xinhua, September 9, 2011
The Palace Museum will operate an online ticket reservation trial system starting Sept. 20 to encourage visitors to save time by buying tickets at home, giving them more ...
Shanghai Tourism Festival to Open2011-09-13
CRI, September 9, 2011
The annual Shanghai Tourism Festival will open Saturday, which will offer a succession of celebratory activities and special treats for visitors until October, China Nationa...
China.org.cn, September 7, 2011
After a successful event in Shanxi last year, the Hachette Convertibles Fleet again gathered top brand cars and their owners in China to visit Ordos in Inner Mongol...
Kungfu Show Gets A Modern Makeover2011-09-09
By Daniel Xu
China.org.cn, September 8, 2011
The kungfu extravaganza Shichahai is refreshingly beautiful, showcasing a unique combination of martial arts, Chinese opera and acrobatics against a b...
CRI, September 6, 2011
Shanghai has an impressive collection of mansions and villas built by foreign venturers during the city's colonial era. Among them, Moller Villa stands out for its fairytale...
A new calligraphy exhibition park, built in the shape of a massive seal, has been built in northeast Jilin Province of China to collect and exhibit the work of domestic and foreign calligraphers.
Sanya Hotel Prices up 10%2011-09-05
By Wang Yanfang
China.org.cn, September 2, 2011
Sanya's Price Control Department released government guidelines for accommodation prices during Chinese National Day holidays on August 27.
CRI, August 31, 2011
The first German Fresh Beer Garden Festival opened at Villa Castanea at the foot of the Fragrant Hills in the capital of Beijing on August 26. The festival hopes to attract vi...
Tibetans Celebrate Shoton Festival2011-08-31
China.org.cn, August 30, 2011
Tibetans started the annual Shoton Festival, or Yogurt Festival, on Monday by worshipping Buddha, taking in traditional Tibetan operas, and enjoying picnics in southw...
China.org.cn, August 30, 2011
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China.org.cn, August 27, 2011
Knigge Akademie, an etiquette training company based in Germany, signed a cooperation contract with Beijing Chateau Changyu AFIP Global, a European-style hotel, to of...
Xinhua, August 25, 2011
Beijing authorities said Wednesday they have started an investigation following anonymous reports saying eight precious paintings had been stolen from the Tiananmen rostrum...
Xinhua, August 24, 2011
China has spent about 1.45 billion yuan (224.8 million U.S. dollars) over the past 30 years on protecting cultural heritage in Tibet, setting a record in the country's hist...
CRI, August 23, 2011
When you hear the name Beijing, your first thought probably isn't caravans, lakes and trees, but a festival at Nanyuan Caravan Park of Beijing, which opened last Friday, and i...
CRI, August 19, 2011
China's Gansu Province is home to many of the national natural heritage treasures, including the Maiji Caves. Carved into the steep side of the Maiji Mountains, the caves are ...
By Mao Leilei
Xinhua, August 18, 2011
Hong Kong a promotion introducing Shanghais upcoming events of the autumn was held by the delegation of Shanghai Municipal Government led by the Deputy Secre...
China Daily, August 18, 2011
Beauty of Tibet, an art competition, is inviting works that show the preservation of culture, people's livelihoods and social development in Tibet over the past six de...
Xinhua, August 16, 2011
The first two tourist trains from Russia's capital city of Moscow to the Chinese capital city of Beijing officially set off on Monday, bringing about 400 passengers aboard t...
Xinhua, August 13, 2011
A total of 441,400 passengers flew between southeastern Fujian Province and Taiwan by direct flights in the first seven months of 2011, up 49.8 percent year-on-year, accord...
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