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·Electric vehicles may be used for Beijing 2008 Games
·Automatic tollgates for expressways
·Tibet Tourism Booms
·Macaos Visitor Arrivals Top 1.5 Mln in First 11 Months
·Asia Largest Transport Station to Open
·Express Boat to HK Airport Timesaving
·Overseas tourist spots lure the Chinese
·Beijing parks start selling annual ticket
·China to Lead Global Growth in Air Travel
·Tourists to Egypt expected to exceed 8 million in 2004
·Navigation Lines Changed as Water Falls in Lijiang River
·Vietnam Airlines to fly direct to US next year
·Eight African nations welcome Chinese group tourists
·All Beijing buses to be environment friendly before 2008
·Four more Qantas flights from Jakarta
· Malaysia eyes 100,000 central Asia visitors
·Weihai to Open to Foreign Planes
·Coastal Railway Blueprint Unveiled
·Half An Hour to Tianjin from Beijing Expected
·New ferry service for Hong Kong
·Locals optimistic towards Beijing fee hikes
· Cheap airfares to win trust
· Air China goes public
·Indonesian tourism gets presidential attention
·Malaysia projects doubled Indian arrivals by 2007
·Traffic Situation Improving in Beijing
· Beijings Public Toilet Staff to Learn English
·Nepal hosts intl mountain film festival
· Macau eyes heritage list
·Singapores Jetstar Asia becomes 5th budget airline to operate from HKIA
·Overseas routes for Spring Festival on promotion
·China, US sign agreement to enhance travel, tourism cooperation
·Malaysians entering Singapore need international passport
·More access for Aussies to Bali
·Indonesian islands to have tourism development guidelines
·Nanjing Plans to Rebuild Ancient Pagoda
·Highway linking China and Myanmar to be rebuilt
· Macao taps potential of cultural tourism
· First mainland tour groups set off for Taiwan
·HK welcomes 20 millionth tourist
·Italian President calls for Italy-China cultural exchanges
·More money for China tourists to spend abroad
·Indonesia eyes six million arrivals, US$6billion earnings
·Two-year multiple visas to Singapore for Chinese Visa cardholders
·Online Spring Festival Train Tickets Available
·Subway Transfer Hall to Be Built
·Indonesia eyes tourists from China, India, Mid-East
·Singapore offers better services to transit passengers
·Smart card tickets on track
· Korean Air resumes service to Taiwan
·Air New Zealand starts Christchurch-Cook Islands service
·Guangdong, HK Joining Hhands to Fight Pollution
·New Air Route to Link NW China with Singapore
· New Railway Links Hainan Island and Guangdong
·Shanghai Upgrades Transport Links
·Heavy Fog Blankets China
·One Ticket for Twelve BJ Tourist Parks
· Malaysia Airlines eliminates luxury class
·Ticket Price For Imperial Palace To Rise
·Travel Exhibition Draws A Crowd
·Travel Agencies Face New Regulations
·Shanghai-HK airfares rise
·Southeast Asian tours rebound
· Pets enjoy travelling
·Air China plans 15 per cent capacity increase
·ASITA bullish on China
·Chinese visitors pump up Macau arrivals
·Damaged Ethnic-style Bridge to Be Restored
·ASEAN Wants A Single Visa to Tourists
·HK Winter Fest to Give Extra Spur to Visitor Arrivals
·Strong euro likely to slow Chinese tourists Europe travel
· Qatar airline to link Myanmar early next year
·China aims to be No. 1 destination
·Tourism business booms in China with big market
·Vietnam hosts more foreign visitors
·Overseas tourist destinations for Chinese reach 63
· Chinas tourism speeds up opening after WTO entry
·Fashion inspires Tourism Malaysia
·Romania Welcomes Chinese Tourists
·Date Set for HK Disney Park
· Australia sees surge from China
·Shopping Trips Fashionable
·Bus Stops Reshuffle for Metro
· Shangri-La to Build New Hotel
·Air China expands flights for winter, spring
· Tourists bringing wealth to China
·Taiwanese train of thought
·US carriers return to Vietnam
·Greener Shopping Bags Used in Pudong
·Beijing Has About 1,000 Non-obstacle Toilets
·Beijing Trying to Handle Waste Environmentally Friendly
·Shenzhen Emphasizes Cultural Development
·Finnair Starts Direct Flights to Guangzhou
·Brazil, Argentina, Chile Approved as Tourist Destinations
· Bangkok ranks best Asian city tourism destination
·Star hotels in Shenzhen get new plaques
·Agencies attract senior travelers
·Discounts attract more low-income people to Arts Festival
·Shaolin monks leave for Brazil to perform Chinese kung fu
·China issues 1st set of stamps on family names
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