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·Shandong to Rebuild Penglai Water City
·US Continental Airlines approved for Beijing flight
·Increasing overseas tourists flock to Beijing
·Ancient poplar forest in Xinjiang to open to visitors
· Professional exhibition center establishes in Beijing
·HK Intl Airport named best airport worldwide: survey
·Qatar alters services to Germany and Austria
·Qantas increases capacity on Sydney-HK-London route
·Nok Air goes international
·New Xiushui Market to Open This Week
·Old Beijing Street to Assume New Look
·Lanzhou-Chongqing Railway Construction to Begin
·Chinese Airlines to Buy A380s
·Number of group tourists to Macao on surge
·US city launches campaign to lure more Japanese tourists
·HKs tourism industry performs strongly: Financial Secretary
·Highways to Reach 2.3 Mln Kilometers by 2010
·Beijing to Replace 30,000 Taxis
· Forbidden City to Appear on National Geographic
·Shanghai Pudong Airport Passes Test on New Runway
· Qomolangma Base Camp listed in Once in a Lifetime Trips
·Guangzhou to build own pantheon
·New Beijing one-day tour to begin
·Worlds largest tourism fair opens in Berlin
·China gives financial support to red tourism development
·Lunar Near Year holidays boost HK air traffic
·French Accor to expand lower-tier hotels in China
·Individual travellers go broader
· Yangzhou to build 10 museums
·Travel in space? Not a dream any more!
·Air Canada to fly non-stop from Toronto to Beijing
·Philippines to start another round of tourism promotion to lure overseas visitors
·World financial institution to explore in Chinas on-line tourism market
·Red tours retrace steps of Long March
·Chinese, French provinces to collaborate on tourism
·Serious traffic accidents drop 84.6% during peak travel season
·Macao earns US$3b from Mainland tourists
·Nepal sets up association for Chinese, Nepalese tourists
·Guangdong to build 500 km of expressways in 2005
·Mainland Chinas first Airbus A330-200 arrives
·Asia Air Traffic in January Affected by Tsunami
·Tiananmen Square Dismisses Rumor of Admission Fee
·Badaling Great Wall Receives 406th Head of State
·Colombia, WTO sign tourist promotion agreement
·HK visitor arrivals jump 8.3%
·Thailand allocates big sum of money for tourism projects
·Indonesia hopes to attract more Chinese tourists
·China draws up Tibet tourism development plan
·Indonesia opens Sydney tourist office
·Price Drop for Beijings Skiing
·90% of Customers Happy with Travel Service
·Seven Attractions in Beijing Becomes Red Tourism Sites
· Train from Shanghai to Nanjing to Be Faster
·Giant Cruise Ship to Visit Shanghai
·Chinas First Private Airways Opens Hub
·Guangzhou Intl tourism trade fair to stage
·Joint campaign planned to boost tourism in southern Thailand
· Cathay Pacific Airways launches 1st passenger service to Xiamen
·Space tourism firm extends business to China
·Shenzhen protecting old trees with GPS
· Malaysia unveils tourism plan for next decade
·THAI to go direct to Big Apple
· Star Alliance airlines switch to Nagoya airport
·Spring Festival Traffic Peak Time
·Three Gorges Dam Site to Open to Tourists
·600,000 Chinese to Visit Paris This Year
·China Boosts Red Tourism in Revolutionary Bases
·Cambodia hopes to create single regional tourist visa
·Lijiang, a place to calm your soul
· East China Park on UNESCOs New Geoparks List
·Hong Kong Disneyland Hotels Open Booking Hotlines
· Online Forbidden City Badge Design Selected
·Yuanmingyuan Ruins Park to Open in October
· Undersea Tunnel to Be Built in Xiamen
·Chongqing, Tianjin People Offered Solo HK Travel
·Non-stop Charter Flights End
·First World Chinese Conference to Be Held in Beijing
·Millions Visit Shanghai During Festival
·Indonesia mulls visa privilege for Chinese tourists after Singapore transit
·Chinese families travel further during Spring Festival
·Thailands Green Season roadshow calls on Singapore
· Steam locomotives attract tourists in Chinas old industrial base
·Online tourism market booms
·Sightseers happy with city service
·Travelers return to Shenzhen
·Travel System Handles Heavy Demand
·Snow No Barrier to Returning Crowds
·China Life provides aid to Chinese intl travelers
·HK witnesses surge of mainland tourists
·Festival tickets near sellout
·Beijing sees first passenger peak
·Dunhuang launches English language website
·Airport Toll Booth Shut Down
·UK Tour Promoted in Shanghai
·Deluxe Spring Festival Cruise
·World tourism records best performance in 2004: WTO
· Spring Festival to promote south Asian tourism recovery
·Target of 5.5 million tourists set
·Macao Arts Festival to Open in March
·Direct Flights to Link Shanghai, London
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