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·A boost for Zimbabwe
· Museums to Open Free for School Trips
·Shanghai: Foreign Tourism Could Double
·Netherlands Courts Chinese Newlyweds
·Beijing to build world longest subway
·Chinese Culture Festival opens in Japan
·Remains of 2,500-year-old Cities Discovered in NW China
·Indonesias second largest airport opens
·Pingyao Under Sewage Renovation Work, Tourists Warned
·Tibet Values Winter Travel Market
·Hong Kong Top Attractions Set for WinterFest
·Glamis Castle and Great Wall Tie Hands
·2006 China Intl Travel Mart to launch
·Shanghai to Protect Old Place Names
·Qatar Airways adds seven routes
·Emirates plans inflight handphone use by January
·Shanghai Airlines to fly HK thrice daily
·Five-star Millennium Beijing Hotel to open in 2008
·Air New Zealand starts direct Shanghai-Auckland route
·Qatar plans China expansion
·Provinces in SW China to Build up No-barrier Travel Zone
·Zhouzhuang Ties the Knot with Lijiang
·Developing Nations Get Free Expo Space
·Housing project on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
·Handbook for foreigners in Beijing published
·2006 tourists hit 2 million in Tibet
·Chinese Art Exhibition Marks Macao Handover
·1000-Year Old Yuelu Academy Under Renovation
·Wunderbar Home to stage in Poly Theater
· Japan-China Year starts in Tokyo
·Shanghai Airlines plans regular Shanghai-HK flights
·China to complete National Grand Theatre next July
·Speedy train link for Beijing, Tianjin
·Air France KLM introduces online check-ins in Thailand
·Garuda plans Perth-Jakarta service
·Tibet Railway Leads to Record Low Prices for Air Tickets
·Russia National Exhibition Underway in Beijing
·Expo Real Asia 2006 to open in Macao next month
·Austrian Airlines cuts Asian routes
·China Southern to start Beijing link to Nigeria
·New underwater hotel for Shanghai
·Supermarkets Available to Rural Tibetans
·Chinas 3rd Biggest Library Opens in Nanjing
·Xian-Xianyang Airport Expressway Under Construction
·Asia Cultural Co-op Forum to open in HK
·Beijing-Tianjin Express Railway to Operate in 2008
·First Train Ferry across Bohai Sea Begins Service
·Air China Links Beijing and Delhi
·Russian Tourists Enjoy Chinese Spa
·Mt. Huangshan Intl Tourism Festival Opens Amid Parade, Folk
·New baggage restrictions on China Eastern
·Transaero connects Sanya and St Petersburg
·AirAsia to add Palembang
·Bangkok Airways enhances Singapore link
·Sixth Airshow China concludes in Zhuhai
·The First Exhibition of Chinese Wood Block Prints
·Shaanxi Building Worlds Largest Botanical Garden
·Paper Air Tickets Fly into History
·Cebu Pacific adds Kuala Lumpur
·Five-year plan for Chinas railways
·Beijing Celebrates Red Leaf Festival
·Xinjiang Highlights Ice and Snow Tourism
·Three New Air Routes to Fly From Xining Airport
·Over a Million People Visit Dunhuang in Nine Months
·English name change for 2008 Olympics mascots
·China Tibet Culture Festival to celebrate Austria-China ties
·Mongolian Photo Exhibit Opens in Beijing
·Air Macao Hires 18 Brazilian Pilots
·Chinas First Airbus Plane to Rest in Beijing Museum
·Tiananmen Square Offers Festive Visitors Visual Feast
·Chinese embassy in Malaysia celebrates 57th birthday of China
· Fewer Chinese travelling during Golden Week
·Aer Shan National Park Opens
·Potala Palace in Tibet to Have Visitor Center
·Direct Train to Link Shanghai and Tibet on Oct. 1
·Chinese Cultural Festival Opens in S. Korea
· Xinjiang to invest 800 million yuan to restore Tianchi Lake
·Shanghai Readies Streets for Tourism Festival
·China Southern to Open Flights Between Changsha, Seoul
·ANA doubles daily Tokyo-Singapore service
·Guangxi joins Thailand Travel Mart Plus
·China Unveils Five-year Program to Boost Cultural Development
· Malaysia to Offer Internet Service in All Airports
·Red Cross to join in service for 2008 Olympic Games
·Hong Kong ocean park to launch record large Halloween Bash
·Tourism Malaysia names deputy director
·Dragonair pulls out of Bangkok
·Beijing Begins to Promote Panda Culture
·NZ Worlds Second-best Destination: Glamor Travel Mag
·Ancient Pagoda to Open for 1st Time Since 1949 in Shanghai
·First Tibetan Medical Culture Museum Opens
·Emirates Launch Beijing-Dubai Non-stop Daily Flights
·Anhui people to realize Tibet Travel dream
·2nd Straits Tourism Expo Opens in Xiamen
·Rural Tourism Helps Poverty Alleviation in China
·S. Africa to Attract 10 Million Foreign Tourists by 2010
·China, Greece Hope to Launch Direct Air Link Soon
·HATA to convene in Hangzhou
·Museum for Ancient Furniture Built
·Hungarys Foreign Visitors 8.5% Up in First Half
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