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·HK to Hold Asia Cultural Cooperation Forum
·Cathay Pacific to add 5th daily service to Seoul
·Yunnan to spin carnival on narrowest rail track
·Hong Kong to invest 2.7 bln to rebuild Ocean Park
·Beijing-Taiwan folk custom & cultural fair
·Largest Hui ethnic cultural garden opened
·THAI starts direct Bangkok-Moscow in November
·Most beautiful cave in Zhangjiajie
·Preparation work gets under way for Olympic tourists
·Asia becomes global heated destination
·Cathay Pacific Strengthens Cooperation with Air China
·Shenyang to Open Four New International Air Routes
·Shanghai to build 1st low-speed maglev line
·South Gansu: numerous tourist sites, not enough roads
·Beijing considers introducing sightseeing bus
·Agriculture sightseeing fashionable in Harbin
·Tour of High Quality Launched to Thailand
·10th National Games Close in Nanjing
·Hot Korean TV operas boost travel
·Grottoes discovered in Qiandaohu
·Intl Tea-Zen Cultural Festival to open in Shaoguan
·Beijings largest sightseeing road to start construction
·Tourist arrivals to Sri Lanka increase
·Autumn Beijing fascinates foreign tourists
·Tibet to build world largest eco-tourist resort
·Huaihe cradleland culture tourist fest to open
·Guangzhou to Build Garden-In-Air
·ICOMOS General Assembly Opens
·7th Asia Arts Festival to open in Foshan
·Wujiang Three Gorges to open tourist festival
·Nanjing tourists up 40 per cent during National Games
·Shaanxi to Build 2,600 Km Express Way Within 5 Years
·Qinghai Lake Selected Most Beautiful Lake
·Tibet Rail Construction Completed
·South Korean people invited to spend weekend in China
·Chongqing, Brisbane establish relations of friendly cities
·Asia Pacific Cities Summit opens in Chongqing
·South Korea builds first Chinatown
·Details of itinerary publicized in Guangzhou
·Four more cities open individual tours to Hong Kong and Macao
·Shenzhou VI launch boosts science tour
·National Games Open in Nanjing
·CPLP tourism ministers meet in Angola
·Palace Museum celebrates 80th anniversary
·Shanghai to redevelop city parks
·World Hakka Convention held in Chengdu
·Chongqing to build Wujiang scenery
·Gray people spend more on travel
·Taiyuan city road map under revision
·Over 3 mln Chinese travel by planes during Golden Week
·Sri Lanka to Promote Tourism in Malaysia, China
·China boasts most number of caves in world
·More Highways Open to Traffic in Xinjiang
·Saigon hosts first international travel fair
·Largest Chinese Tour Group to Visit Thailand
·Macao Intl Music Festival to open
·China Builds 200-kph Railway in Fujian
·British queen opens palaces to US TV network
·Intl Wuhan tourist festival kicked off
·World Tourism Day Welcomes 26th Birthday
·1st 24-hour news radio channel opens in China
·Nepal marks World Tourism Day
·French tourism eyes Chinas skiing market
·Tourist arrivals in Greece steadily rising
·Summer Palace tops Beijngs scenic spots
·Air China opens more intl air routes
·Hunan tourism expo: feast for global visitors
·Thai tourist arrivals in HK expected to grow 24% this year
·Quebec promotes autumn tourism in Beijing
·Top Hotel Group to Expand China Business
·Wudang martial arts attracts thousands of foreigners
·Hunan invests huge fund to exploit Fenghuang geological park
·Nemo comes to Shanghai
·10,000-mile tourist design activity kicked off
·2005 World Expo concludes in Japan with 22 mln visits
·China Intl Lake Tourism Forum concludes
·Almost two mln Beijingers to travel on golden week
·Direct flights between Beijing and Berlin possible next year
·Asian Arts Festival coming to Guangdong
·SZ to have 27 5-star hotels by 2007
·More self-service kiosks at Malaysian airport
·S. Africa sends largest tourism exhibition to China
·Tibet attracts more tourists
·Rise in arrivals to Malaysia for first-half of 2005
·Macau highlights culture to entice Chinese tourists
·Population to Be Capped at 1.37 Bln by 2010
·Hainan Airlines to buy eight Boeing 787 aircraft
·Exhibition showcases Tibetan culture in Rome
·Beijing tourist distribution center opens
·Car Leasing Market on Rise for National Holidays
·Harbin Attracts Tourists with Industrial and Mountain Tours
·HK Ocean Park Plans to Expand
·HK expects holiday travelers high tide
·Year of France concluded in Beijing
·Photo exhibition of Mazu culture opened in Macao
·Macao, Israel to Open Bilateral Air Services
·Weihai, Chinas Inhabitable City Opens Tourist Festival
·China to conduct overall Forbidden City face-lift
·Manchu Culture Has Brighter Tomorrow
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