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Eight Luoyang villages included in second list of traditional Chinese villages2013-08-23
Recently, the Ministry of Housing and Rural-Urban Construction has revealed the second list of Traditional Chinese Villages, and eight Luoyang villages are included.
China' first wine cellar opens in Changli county2013-08-20
The Moutai wine cellar, China's first deep storage wine facility, opened in Changli county, Qinhuangdao city of Hebei province on Aug 12, 2013.
Light Festival brightens life2013-08-20
Switch On Beijing International Light Festival, held from17th to 18th, August,brought together representatives from all areas of the creative industries to showcase light design projects on topics ranging from environmental protection to childhood leisure.
Rubber Duck coming soon--September 16th in Beijing2013-08-20
According to the Beijing Design Week Committee, the Rubber Duck will arrive in Beijing on September 16 and stay until October 17. As for the recent rumors that the Rubber Duck would land in the Summer Palace, the committee claimed that they never released such news, and that they would announce the ultimate selected address for the Rubber Duck shortly.
Picturesque scenery of Changxi Village in Wuyuan2013-08-16
Wuyuan county in Shangrao, Jiangxi Province is famous for large pieces of rape flowers. But in fact, it becomes more poetic when autumn comes.
2013 Comic Exhibition kicks off in China's Taipei2013-08-16
The six-day 2013 Comic Exhibition in Taipei kicked off at the exhibition hall of Taipei World Trade Center on Aug. 15, 2013.
Turpan enters tourism peak2013-08-16
Turpan, a famous tourist city in northwest China, entered a tourism peak recently.
Magnificent First Bend of the Yellow River2013-08-14
The Yellow River, called the Mother River of China, originates from the Bayankala Mountains in Qinghai Province and flows from west to east. Its twists and turns have formed the magnificent First Bend of the Yellow River...
Models showcase elegance at wedding expo in Nanjing2013-08-14
A model presents wedding dress during the wedding expo(10-11th August)in Nanjing, capital city of East China's Jiangsu Province.
Taoping Qiang Village in China's Sichuan2013-08-14
Located in Li county, Aba prefecture of Sichuan Province, Taoping Qiang Village is regarded as the Mysterious Oriental Castle for its unique architecture and original flavor.
Tourism in Lushan Mountain heats up2013-08-12
Tourists visit the Lushan Mountain in Jiujiang City of east China's Jiangxi Province, Aug. 10, 2013. Known as a summer resort, the Lushan Mountain attracts many tourists this year.
Shanghai surprise: Journey to the westin2013-08-12
Only two blocks from the colonial wharves and stone-clad structures of the Bund, The Westin Bund Center Shanghaicombines the service one might expect from a bygone era of elegance with the modern amenities one would expect from a five star hotel in a booming metropolis.
Visa window gives tourists a welcome view2013-08-12
Guangzhou, the third largest city after Beijing and Shanghai to offer 72-hour visa-free transit to airline passengers, is winning over travelers. The city's historic and modern attractions are part of the reason, but it has one advantage that the other two cities don't: the 72-hour countdown commences the day after arrival, according to Yang Hongyan, deputy director of the marketing department of the Guangzhou Tourism Bureau.
Martial arts festival held in NW China2013-08-09
Tourists watch a performance during martial arts festival at the Tianshan Mountain scenic area in Fukang City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Aug. 7, 2013.
Yogurt festival marked in Lhasa2013-08-09
Giant thangka, religious silk embroideries and paintings, on the mountains behind Drepung Monastery in Lhasa, capital of the Tibet autonomous region, attract thousands of people on Tuesday to mark the traditional Shoton Festival.
Ancient buildings rebuilt in E China village2013-08-09
Photo taken onthis Mondayshows the scenery of Xiuli studio village of Yixian County in Huangshan City, east China's Anhui Province. Now 87 ancient buildings have been renovated or rebuilt there in a bid to protect and restore the historical interests and enliven the former scenes of local residents' lives.
Collapsed bridge in Tibet to be open in Sept2013-08-09
The reconstruction of a bridge that collapsed in the Tibet autonomous region on last Friday is underway, and the bridge will likely reopen in September. Located on the Sichuan-Tibet highway, which connects Chengdu, capital city of Sichuan province, and Lhasa, capital city of Tibet, the Tongmai suspension bridge in Bomi county collapsed at about 11:30 pm.
Landscape in NW China's Zhangye2013-08-05
Photoshot on Aug. 3, 2013 displays the Danxia landform in Zhangye, northwest China's Gansu Province. Zhangye opened the third tourism festival on Aug. 3, showcasing its landscape and culture.
Beijing set to lure more visa-free transit tourists2013-08-05
Beijing has vowed to step up promotion of its 72-hour visa-free policy, aiming to attract more foreign transit tourists following a drop in arrivals for overnight stays in the past months this year.
Qinghai Lake hot tourist destination in summer2013-08-05
Qinghai Lake, China's largest inland saltwater lake, attracted lots of tourists in summer.