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Low Altitude Aircrafts Will Be Adopted to Visit Li River


Viewing Li River of Guilin in Chinas Guangxi Province by taking low altitude aircraft will be launched at the end of this year, andfour helicopters will be firstly adopted.

Birthday Anniversary of Confucius Celebrated Around China


Ceremonies were held around China on Sept. 28, 2013 to commemorate the 2,564th birthday anniversary of the great Chinese philosopher and educator Confucius.

Rubber Duck Displayed at Summer Palace


Rubber Duck, a brainchild of Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, was seen on the Kunming Lake at the Summer Palace in Beijing, Sept. 26, 2013.

798 Art Festival of Beijing Kicked Off


The 798 Art Festival of Beijing in 2013 kicked off at Beijing 798 Art Zone on September 21, and it is reported that this annual art festival will last till October 20.

Fenghuang welcomes tourists during Hunan International Tourism Festival


The 12th Hunan International Tourism Festival kicked off in Changsha, capital city of central Chinas Hunan Province on September 12, 2013 and will last until October 29. Fenghuang Ancient Town opens her arms as usual during the Festival to welcome tourists from all over the world.

The Forbidden City Restoration Project Being Carried Out


Two building areas near the Meridian Gate, the southern and largest gate of Forbidden City in Beijing began to undergo restoration project.

Water Level of Hulun Lake Rises for the First Time in Ten Years


The water level of Hulun Lake in Hulunbuir, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, has risen 0.4 meters compared with last year. It is reported this is the first time the water level of Hulun Lake rises after downward trend for 10 consecutive years.

The 4th China Guilin International Tourism Expo Kicked Off


The 4th China Guilin International Tourism Expo kicked off on September 5, 2013 in Guilin International Convention and Exhibition Center.

99-Meter-High Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva Statue Consecrated in Anhui


99 eminent monks and masters of Buddhist monasteries consecrated the 99-meter-high Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva statue in Anhui province of China on August 31. Abbots and monks from the Buddhist Association of China, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, and representatives of overseas Buddha circle all witnessed ceremony of the consecration.

United Airlines is to Offer Non-stop Chengdu-San Francisco Service


United Airlines is to offer non-stop Chengdu-San Francisco flights from June 11, 2014. Chengdu will then become the fourth Chinese city after Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou to have direct flight to the United States.

Individual Taiwan Tourism for Seven More Cities


Residents in seven cities in the Chinese mainland on August 28, 2013 were given official permission to apply to travel to Taiwan as individuals under a cross-Strait agreement, bringing the total such mainland cities to 26.

International Science & Art Exhibition in Shanghai


The six-day 2013 Shanghai International Science and Art Exhibition Program kicked off at Shanghai Exhibition Center on August 28.

Macao Special: Fireworks Festival among Fall Highlights for SAR


The 25th Macao International Fireworks Display Contest will take place on the Macao Tower shorefront from Sept. 14 to Oct. 1.

HK Ocean Park Prepares for Halloween Celebrations


Hong Kong Ocean Park has been preparing for its month-long Halloween celebrations scheduled to start on Oct. 1.

UK Tourists Increasingly Look to China


There has been a huge rise in travel searches relating to China from the United Kingdom, according to a survey by a leading global travel search engine Skyscanner.

Flights diverted to ease Beijing congestion


More flights between Shanghai and Beijing should be on time fromthis week, as Chinas civil aviation authority is freeing up airspace over the capital.

Park's night tours offer tourists a wild night out


The Yunnan Wild Animal Park in the provincial capital of Kunming is currently offering night toursto visitors, the first time any wildlife reservation in China has offered such an experience.

Chengdu visa-free policy to lure more tourists


Chengdu, provincial capital of Sichuan province, will become the fourth Chinese city after Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou to adopt a 72-hour visa-free policy.

New Policy for Train Tickets Refund and Change in China


News from China Railway Corporation that from Sep 1 railway departments will carry out new refund and change policy for train tickets.

Cultural relics on display at Capital Museum in Beijing


An exhibition featuring some 280 findings from a shipwreck in the Xisha Islands in the South China Seawere on display at the Capital Museum in Beijing, capital of China, Aug. 22, 2013.