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·Journalists on Tibet Anniversary Tour
·US$10 Million Spent to Restore Silk Road
·London wins 2012 Olympics
·Animals Find Ice Is Nice
·China Tibetan Cultural Week to be held in HK
·Historic villas to be included in Guangzhou one-day tour
·Mao Zedongs hometown attracting more tourists
·Chinese tourists to Russia enjoy tourist friendly policies
·Tibetan remains common language for local people
·Cool Tours Hit the Market
·Sri Lanka tourism sets new records in 2004
·China to Be 2nd Largest Aviation Market
·HK tightens visa policy for 4 countries
·China, Asias top tourist exporter
·Chinese tourism advertisement shown on Nepal TV
·South China City Forges Sister-city Ties with Bangkok
·Thailand Expects Over 1 Million Chinese Tourists 2006
·Best Equipped Patrol Vessel Going into Service
·HK Government House Receives Over 8,000 Visitors
·HK Disneyland Charity Day tickets sold out within hours
·2005 Huangguoshu waterfall festival to open
·Group Chinese tourists to Japan start on July 25
·China 2nd largest destination for Japanese tourists
·First Beijing tourist group to Ireland to set out next month
·Top of Three Gorges Dam opens to public
·Carnival Returns to Shanghai Pudong
·Panchen Lama holds religious rituals in Sichuan
·Intl arrivals to Vietnam surge in first half of this year
·Switzerland woos local travelers
·Olympic Culture Festival Begins
·Vacation Sparks Airfare Price War
·HK Science Museum to Showcase Giant Robot Animals
·High Temperature in North China to Drop
· More Beijing residents enthusiastic about overseas tours
·1st mainland travel group visits Mazu
·Zhuang Dances at Expo 2005 Aichi
·Half Price for Cinema Ticket Tuesday
·Beijing-Shanghai Air Tickets Go Cheap
·HK to Promote Tourism in Singapore
·Beijing Unveils New Olympic Slogan
·Cathay Pacific Awarded Best Airline
·Hong Kong Disneyland to sell tickets from July
·First cross-strait tourism expo to be held in Xiamen
·Nevada hopes to attract more Chinese tourists
·Myanmar makes preparations to host ASEAN tourism forum
·Shanghai to Hold Zheng He Ocean Voyage Exhibition
·CNN and BBC to broadcast Beijing TV shows for four years in a row
·Villagers Board Transport Express
·Another Private Air Company Approved
· Hong Kong wins World Trade Oranization event
·Shenzhen to Add 300 More Parks
· Russia Eyes Chinese Tourists
·Hong Kong to hold 88th Lions Club Intl Convention
·Over 50% mainland visitors to Macao under individual plan in May
·Travel agencies betting on student tourism boom
·Worlds first museum on Mongolian history, culture opens to visitors
·New Checkpoint System to Simplify Procedures
·HK Shopping Festival to Generate HK$14 Billion
·HK Disneyland Opens Shops at Airport
·Crisscross Tunnels Rekindle War Memories
·Famous Tibetan tourist resort reopens after renovation
·Air France opens another daily Beijing-Paris flight
·11th Shanghai Intl TV festival closes
·China Southern receives last Airbus 330
·Malaysia eyes North American market
·Beijing to Host World Chinese Conference
·China Aviation Company Signs Agreement with Airbus
·Indonesia approves visa-on-arrival facility for 13 countries
·Beijing hotel prices to rise 6% before 2008 Olympic Games
·Sri Lankan Airlines begins Colombo-Beijing services
·China Exclusive: Mao Zedongs photos debut in Taiwan
·Intl Art Festival Opens in Jiangxi
·Visitors Commemorate Ancient Poet at Traditional Festival
·Shanghai International Film Festival Opens
·The First Tibetan Tourism Master Plan
·Hong Kong starts new campaign of tourism
·China helps Indonesia restore tourism market
·Hong Kong Disneyland to receive 25,000 tourists per day
·Establishment of museum on Silk Road suggested
·Volunteers Collect 10 Tons Garbage in Mt. Everest
·Air Customs Declarations from July
·19th Intl Travel Expo opens in HK
·Shenzhen to build citys Bali
·Fujian, Taiwan to Co-promote Tourism
·Magnetic Trains Planned for Britain, Affected by Shanghai
·HK First, Business Class Airfares Up in Second Quarter
·China promotes tourism in New York
·United Kingdom opens to Chinese group tourists
· Rated hotels in Beijing to scrap disposable toiletries
·Brazil-China non-stop flights
·UK tour to hit the market
·New destination welcomes Chinese visitors
·HK Intl Airport Named Best Worldwide
·Italian Cultural Festival Opens In HK
·Beijing launches volunteer program for 2008 Olympics
·Railway Station Design Should Be Revised
·Kekexili Uninhabited Zone to Open to Tourists
·China Airlines Attracted 6,000 Female Applicants in Taiwan
·World tourism growth to continue in 2005: WTO
·British Airways launches London-Shanghai direct passenger flight
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