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Scenery of Xilingol, China's best preserved grassland2013-07-15
Photo taken on July 12, 2013 shows the view of local pasture in West Ujimqin Banner, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The pasture is part of the Xilingol, China's best preserved grassland which covers an area of 202,580 square kilometers.
Germany set to woo Chinese tourists2013-07-12
Most Chinese only know Germany for its beer, sausages and soccer. German tourism bureaus and operators want to expand that knowledge area and attract more Chinese tourists with excellent service and colorful tourism products.
Mountain Resort and its Outlying Temples,Chengde2013-07-12
In order to reinforce its control of the Mongolian region and the defence of the country's northern frontier, the Qing government built the Mulan Hunting Ground, which is over 350 km from Beijing. Each year the Emperor would bring his ministers and his eight Standard Royal troops, along with his family and concubines, to hunt at Mulan.
Lotus flowers blossom at scenery spot of Daming Lake in China's Jinan2013-07-12
A lotus flower blossoms at the scenery spot of the Daming Lake in Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong Province, July 11, 2013.
RV travel grows in China2013-07-10
The summer is arriving, and thatindicates it's time to head outdoors and fire up the barbecues. These days, some Chinese are opting for family trips in recreational vehicles, or RVs, which are fast becoming an affordable holiday option. But the development of the RV industry in China still faces difficulties.
Baotu Spring park in Jinan2013-07-10
Photo taken on July 9, 2013 shows the scenery of the Baotu Spring in Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong Province. The undergroud water level of the Baotu Spring, a famous scenic spot in Jinan, has dropped to 28.11 meters, lower than the yellow warning line of 28.15 meters.
Hulunbeier grassland in N China's Inner Mongolia2013-07-10
Photo taken on July 9, 2013 shows a view of the Hulunbeier grassland in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
Beluga whales give wonderful dance show in Harbin2013-07-08
A beluga whale stages a performance with a breeder during a dance show for visitors at the Harbin Polarland theme park in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, July 5, 2013. As the summer vacation comes, many students are attracted to the theme park to watch the performance by the whales.
Forest, waterfalls in Guilin attract tourists2013-07-08
Touristsstroll at Gudong forest scenic spot in Lingchuan County, Guilin City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, July 7, 2013. As high temperature hit most of China recently, the scenic spot with forest and waterfalls attracts large numbers of tourists from both home and abroad.
Inner Mongolia enters tourism peak season2013-07-08
Two horses play on a grassland near Hohhot, capital of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, July 1, 2013. Inner Mongoliaembraces its tourism peak season recently. (Xinhua/Shang Jun)
Scenery of paddy fields in Yuanyang, China's Yunnan2013-07-03
Photo taken on June 29, 2013 shows paddy fields in Quanfuzhuang of Xinjie Town in Yuanyang, southwest China's Yunnan Province. With abundant rainfall, rice grows well this summer in the terraced fields here.
Angry Birds theme park under construction in E China2013-07-03
A worker is seen at an Angry Birds theme park in Haining, east China's Zhejiang Province, July 2, 2013. The Angry Birds theme park, the first of its kind in China, is under construction and is expected to open to the public in October. Angry Birds, created by the Finland-based Rovio Entertainment, is a popular game for smartphones and tablet computers.
Yellow River runs mainly in Heishan Gorge2013-07-03
The Yellow River flows in Zhongwei, a city in northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, June 29, 2013. The Yellow River, China's second longest which stretches for nearly 100 kilometers in Zhongwei, runs mainly in the Heishan Gorge.
Evening scenery in Guilin water system2013-07-03
This photo taken on June 27th shows the evening scenery of Guilin in southeast Chinas Guangxi Autonomous Region. The water system cruise has become one of Guilins top tourist attractions. It starts from Zhiyin Dock, which is on the east bank of Shanhu Lake, and goes via Shan, Rong, Gui, Mulong, which then joins the Li River, ending at the Liberation Bridge.
Beautiful Beijing - The Imperial Palace2013-07-01
The Imperial Palace, or the Forbidden City, was the palace of emperors in Ming and Qing Dynasties. Covering 720,000 square kilometers with more than 8 thousand rooms, the Imperial Palace is the largest and the most complete ancient architectural building complex in China. [Photo: CRIENGLISH.com/ Wang Zhi]
Amazing scenery of A'er Mountain, China's Inner Mongolia2013-07-01
Located at the foot of southwest Daxing'anling Mountains in North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, A'er Mountain is famous for its mineral springs, abundant volcanic lakes and beautiful forest. A'er Mountain means hot magic spring. The air here is so clear and pollution free. You can even hear the sound of snow falling because there is no noise.
Beer festival on Jinshan Beach2013-07-01
Blue sea, golden sand, girls in bikinis and live music - what more could you expect? There's also plenty of beer at the Shanghai Jinshan International Beer Festival starting tomorrow. The eight-day-long beer party at Jinshan District City Beach will feature traditional beers from Germany, Belgium and the Czech Republic. Some of the European breweries have operated for more than 300 years.
Photographic exhibition on Tibetan culture kicks off in New York2013-06-28
People visit a photographic exhibition on the culture and language of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, which kicked off in New York, the United States, on June 26, 2013. (Xinhua/Wang Lei)
Mount Wutai home to 50 ancient Buddhist temples2013-06-28
Photo taken on June 26, 2013 shows a pagoda on Mount Wutai, one of four sacred Buddhist mountains in China, in north China's Shanxi Province. Added to UNESCO's World Heritage List in 2009, Mount Wutai is home to about 50 Buddhist temples built between the 1st century AD and the early 20th century. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)
Bearer of Tibetan carpet in Qinghai2013-06-28
Fifty-one year old Yang Yongliang is an inheritor of the Jiaya Tibetan carpet, a state-level intangible cultural heritage, in Jiaya village, Huangzhong county, Northwest China's Qinghai province.