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The largest-ever preservation project at Dunhuang's Mogao Grottoes has been completed with the official opening of an affiliated visitor center on Wednesday.
A naming contest for the triplet pandas born in Guangzhou on July 29th was launched from August 28th when the cute animals are one month old.
The Jilong port in Tibet on the border of Tibet and Nepal is expected to be opened in October this year.
The water of Poyang Lake rising, the road on water becomes wonderful sceneryattracting citizens for sightseeing from nearby cities.
On July 10, the 2nd Shenyang International Beer Festival kicked off in Huanggu District, Shenyang City, attracting a great number of citizens and over 5000 people had a hearty drink on the opening scene.
People of Miao ethnic group perform drum dance in a pond in Jianhe, a county in southwest China's Guizhou province on July 2, 2014.
On June 22 on the 38th World Heritage Convention in Qatars capital Doha, the World Heritage Committee approved the Grand Canal and the Silk Road to be world heritages.
It is reported that direct flights linking China's Xi'an with Russia's Moscow and France's Paris will be launched later this year.
From the July 1st on, bullet trains will be run between Beijing and Xiamen. By then the travel time between two cities will be less than 13 hours.
Two new direct routes from Dallas to Shanghai and Hong Kong were launched on June 11.On the same day, non-stop service between Chengdu and San Francisco was provided.