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·More flights on Shanghai-Copenhagen air route
·Chinese tourism industry booming
·Number of visitors to Macao in 1st 9 months surpasses 2003 figure
·Shanghai to make better public toilets
·Railway station begins online service
·Tianjin to Resume Subway Operation
·Fireworks Light up West Lake Expo
·Southern Indian luxury train likely to run in 2005
·Hilton dreams of returning to Hong Kong
·Hong Kongs streets get a facelift
·Macaos hotels log 2.62m guests in 1st 8 months
·Greece to boost tourism investment
·Mountain climbing race on Double Ninth Festival
· Easy Online Hotel Booking Launched
·Streets to Become More Colorful
· New Numbers for Shenzhen Airlines Flights
· Historic Prison Prepares for Tourists
·US Airline to Launch Non-stop Daily Flights Next Month
· China opens tourist routes to nine countries
·Yunnan hosts trade and tourism fair
·Agencies ready for African tours
· 800 star hotels to be available for 2008
·Macao residents allowed easy travel to HK
·Chinese authorities seek direct flights from Xinjiang to India
·Air France on the lookout for more flights to India
·Free travel insurance for Korea Travel Card buyers
·Australians are big spenders in Singapore
·Tang Dynasty Culture Graces New York
·Passengers Through Macao Airport Increase
·Canton Fair to Boost Guangzhou Tourism
·Thai tourism not affected by bird flu outbreak: official
·Tourism becomes S. Africas new economic engine
·Shanghai holiday cash haul jumps
· Worldwide beauties to compete at International Beauty Pageant in Beijing
· French aerobatics show debuts in Beijing
·Music Celebrates China, Norway Friendship
·Website for Macao Heritage Launched
·Chinese, French Presidents Tour for Impressionistic Art
·China inbound sees growth
·China Southern boosts Australia service
·Guangdong to Invest on New Rail Projects
·Hundreds of Chinese Ancient Porcelains on Exhibit in Jingdezhen
·China Orders 26 Airbus Aircrafts
·Movie about tiger cubs preludes French Culture Year in China
·Tibet receives record number of tourists during National Day holiday
·One street, two systems -- Zhongying Street
·Thai tourist agencies feel pinch of climbing oil prices
·China to host 1st international wushu festival in Zhengzhou
·French Culture Year opens in Beijing
·More US Airlines eye China
·Qatar adds Beijing to network
·Guangzhou to Build Asias Largest Greenhouse
·Beijingers Prefer to Travel to Europe
·Thousands Attend Confucius Birthday Party
·Shanghaineses Choose to Rest at Home
·DIY Tours More Popular
·Chinese People Celebrate the Mid-autumn Festival
·Beijing Holiday Parks on Track
·World Cartoon Carnival Opens in Beijing
·Intl Airline Caterers Eye China
·NokAir eyes China for international expansion
·Fly at 99 Malaysian cents to three Chinese cities
·6th Chinese Folk Arts Festival Opens
·National Day holiday travel to surge
·Largest Wax Museum Opens
·Tianan Men Gets a New Portrait of Chairman Mao
·European out to attract China outbound
·AirAsia first LCC to fly into China
·Emergency Plan Prepared to Cope with Traveler Influx
·Guangzhou-San Francisco air path planned to open
·Having Fun in GZ during National Day Holiday
·Confucius Cultural Festival Opens in E. China
·Extra trains for holidays
·Direct Express Trains Tickets Sold Out
·Beijing Capital Airport Terminal 3 Complete by 2007
·400,000 mainland visitors expected to HK during Golden Week holiday
·Sydney out to become Asias MICE darling
·Restore the Beauty of Yuanmingyuan Garden
·Osaka flight set to open
·European tours: a magnet for travelers
·National Day Fireworks Display to Be Held in HK
·Air China e-ticketing is Verified by Visa
·Millions to travel during Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holidays
·Low-cost airline planned for GZ
·Airfare Increases for Holiday
·Subway line to opening 2005
·Park Hosts Olympics for Animals
·Beijing to Restore Imperial Altars
·Performing Troupes Parade Beijing Streets
·Zhejiang Spends 12 Billion US Dollars on Railroads
·Golden Week Info Forecast Starts
·Guam keen on China market
·Tourists Being Lured Ahead of Holiday
·Shanghai to Standardize English Names
·Shaolin Temple Reopens
·Low Price Strategy Ignites a Ticket Upsurge at Beijing International Music Festival
·Demand high for golden week air traffic
·KFC, Starbucks open outlets in Beijing airport
·Free access for Macanese to Hong Kong
·Thai AirAsia targets new destinations
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