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China 3rd Biggest Int'l Tourism Spender2012-11-16

Xinhua, November 15, 2012 The Chinese have emerged as the third-biggest spenders in outbound tourism worldwide, a senior official of China's National Tourism Administration (CNTA)claimed on Wednesd...

Anhui Tourism Conference Kicks off in Style2012-11-14

CRI, November 13, 2012 China is brimming with jaw-dropping spots known and unknown to the masses, so naturally the highlights deserve some promotion. Anhui is host to somestunning tourist destinati...

Wudaoying Hutong, New Cultural Zone for Tourists2012-11-14

Global Times, November 13, 2012 Wudaoying Hutong in Beijing's Dongcheng district hascompleted the first phase of construction to promote it as a tourism zone, local authorities told the Global Time...

Qing Dynasty Royal Tombs Go Digital2012-11-14

People's Daily, November 13, 2012 The State Administration of Cultural Heritage and Historic Scotland the Scottish government's heritage agency hasproclaimed a digital preservation project for th...

Hainan Museum Given Cultural Heritage Works by SACH2012-11-12

People's Daily, November 9, 2012 The State Administration of Cultural Heritage (SACH) has given over 1,000 items of cultural heritage works to the provincial museum of China's southern-most provinc...

Tourism Allure of Blue Seas and Azure Skies2012-11-09

China Daily, November 8, 2012 First-time visitors are frequently stunned by the beauty of Qingdao. Its distinctive red tiled buildings, greenery, blue seas and azure sky set it apart from other Chi...

Old Palace, New Status2012-11-09

People's Daily, November 8, 2012 It has been 152 years since Anglo-French Allied Forces burned the Old Summer Palace to the ground, leaving only piles of marble lying on the ground in a forlorn...

Dajue Temple and the Golden Gingko Tree2012-11-09

CRI, November 8, 2012 Certain temples have all the luck. Dajue Temple (Dajue Si) is popular not only for its history and ancient structures, but also for its springtime blossoms and its autumn ...

Jiayuguan Airport Launched Flights from Xi’an to Jiayuguan to Xi’an to Shenzhen on 2nd, November2012-11-07

VisitOurChina, 7th November, 2012 On the occasion of the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, Jiayuguan Airport has launched flights from Xian to Jiayuguan to Xian to Shenzhen on...

Ditan Park's Autumn Complexion2012-11-05

CRI, November 2, 2012 Ditan Park is a big park area, just to the north of downtown central Beijing. For those who need a bit of breathing space on the off hours, Ditan Park is popular escape, a pla...

Bird's Nest Taken off Menu for Travelers2012-11-02

China Daily, November 2, 2012 Fines are being imposed on individuals attempting to bring bird's nest, a traditional dainty, into the country as new regulations came into force on Thursday. T...

Travelers May Bring only One Dog or Cat2012-10-31

People's Daily, October 30, 2012 Travelers from overseas can bring only one pet dog or cat into the Chinese mainland, in accordance with a new inspection and quarantine regulation that will be ...

Hainan Expands Scope of Duty-free Policy for Tourists2012-10-29

Xinhua, October 25, 2012 Tourists visiting China's southernmost province of Hainan will soon be able to buy more sorts of duty-free items with a higher purchase limit, under measures announced ...

China Owns Third Largest Number of World Heritage2012-10-29

People's Daily, October 25, 2012 China owns 43 properties on the World Heritage List of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), ranking it third in the wo...

Taiwan Residents Donate Cultural Relics to War Museum2012-10-24

People's Daily, October 23, 2012 A group of Taiwan residents, all relatives or descendants of those who took part actively in the patriotic resistance against the Japanese invasion of Taiwan, d...

Private Home Becomes a Museum of Lifestyle2012-10-22

People's Daily, October 19, 2012 A private museum about traditional Shanghai life opened officially yesterday at a shikumen home full of old items and traditional decorations. The three-story sh...

Sermons on the Mount2012-10-19

China Daily, October 18, 2012 Tianzhu Mountain is known as the Heavenly Pillar, rising into the clouds to hold up the sky, and at the first glimpse of Tianzhu Mountain, it is easy to see why it has...

Chinese A-bomb Test Base Opening to Tourists2012-10-17

Xinhua, October 16, 2012 China is giving the public access to a deserted nuclear experiment site where scientists worked day and night over half a century ago to develop the country's first ato...

Shanghai Wins 'Most Satisfactory' for Tourists2012-10-17

People's Daily, October 16, 2012 Shanghai was the most satisfactory tourist destination on the Chinese mainland in the third quarter, in accordance with a report released by the China Tourism Acade...

Fragrant Hills Red Leaves Festival to Open2012-10-15

CRI, October 12, 2012 The 2012 Fragrant Hills Red Leaves Festival is scheduled to open this coming Friday, in accordance with the Beijing Evening Post. The annual event has previously been a tou...

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