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·3.67m Guangzhou Travelers to Hit the Road
·2.5 Million to Travel by Air During National Day Holiday
·Festive atmosphere rolls in
·No Disney Park Before 2010 on the Mainland
·Beijing Tightens Traffic Control During National Day Holiday
·Bangkok flight takes to the air
·China Southern secures access to Beijing airport terminal
·Beijing Capital Airport Terminal 1 Reopens
·Shanghai Has Subway Police Volunteers
·New Roads to Capital Airport
·Overseas tourism attracts Chinese holidaymakers
·Incentive to avoid Golden Week travel
·Spain sets sights on China
·Banyan Tree plans Tibetan village in Yunnan
·Night cruises for festival
·Travelers to Flood Beijing Subway on Oct. Holiday
·Chinas First Flight Delay Insurance Issued
·Chinese Outbound Travel Soars 63.7%
·Plainclothes Police Guard on Airplanes
·Beijing Poised to National Day Holiday
·Comfortable Ride in TV-Taxi
·Garden of Gardens: Beauty Restored
·Beijing Holds Hearing on New Travel Contract Regulation
·VisitBritain big on Asian MICE markets
·National Day Marks Tourism Test
·Outbound travelers reach 15.99 mln in the first 7 month
·HK expects 400,000 mainland visitors
·Increasing number of tourists flock to Tibet
·Oct. holiday travelers will flood Beijing railway
·Shanghai Tourism Festival kicks off
·Luxurious liner to join Pearl River Night Cruise
·Beijing and Hong Kong affected by British Airways flight-trimming plans
·Second airport for China抯 capital to be within Beijing municipality
·New SAS flights via Shanghai
·Self-Service Check-in Lands at Beijing Airport
·Salt Lake Tourism Project Suspended
·Beijings Subway to Extend to 200 km by 2008
·Beijing to Regulate One-day-tour Service
·2004 Hunan Tourism Festival Opens
·Festival features international crew
·Yunnan Accelerates Improvement of Plateau Lakes
·Asian Longest Roller Coaster on the Way
·Chile Set to Become Hot Tourist Destination
·Singapore firm in joint venture for China-based low-cost carrier
·MAS to continue expansion in China and India
·Shenzhen Airlines starts another Guangzhou-Changsha flight
·GZ to boost expressway flow
·Tourism: main non-trade channel to bring foreign currency
·First China Tourism Forum announced in Hong Kong
·The 400th State Leader Visits Badaling Great Wall
·Mt Huangshan Hosts the Folk Art Festival
·Easy online hotel booking launched
·Air China may sell 10 percent stake to Lufthansa ahead of listing
·Summer Palace prepares special gift
·Britain eyes North Asian travelers
·BA sale lets Qantas fly to China
·AirAsia first LCC to fly to China
·Plans for 29 new bus lines
·Passenger traffic rises
·Nine out of Ten: One Day off On Mid-autumn
·Beijing Clears Up Its Metro Stations
·Shanghai Builds More Facilities for Disabled
·Guandong-Hainan Train Arriving
·Nations largest urban wetland park opens to visitors
·Golden statue of Chinese sea goddess to tour Macao in October
·Guangzhou-Hong Kong cruise service planned
·Shanghai, Taiwan airlines ink milestone deal
·Chinese, German design selected for Chinas national museum
·Hangzhou:Heaven of the Earth turns Heaven of art
·HK airport records 3.5 m passengers in August
·Macao Residents More Convenience to Visit HK
·HK Exhibition Center to Be Expanded
·World Carnival Leaves Beijing A Scar
·No increase in airfares
·The south long-distance passenger transportation station to be unveiled
·Guangzhou New Airport adapts smoothly
·Holiday travel packages up 20pc
·Vietnam opens door wider for Chinese tourists
·Beijing, Shanghai lag in Forbes list
·UA eyes lucrative China routes
·More foreign tourists stay in town overnight
·200kph trains to be built for 6th speedup
·Free Bus Tours Offered
·Beijing Sets Up First Energy Efficient Park
·Shakeup in Tourist Industry to Prevent Illegal Migration
·China to Host 2nd PECC Eco-tourism Forum
·Two thousand air marshals for Chinese flights
·Nok Air eyes China for international expansion
·First Chinese tour group arrives in Europe
·China to open night flights to and from Tibet
·HK receives 1.99 million visitors in July
·Beijing gets Subway Facelift
·Night Carnival Proves Profitable
·Wood-block Paintings Being Revived
·Beijing Gears up for 2008
·Groups to set out for Europe
·France rolls out red carpet for Chinese tourists
·Doors to Europe to open for wealthy Chinese tourists
·Guangxi holds lantern river festival
·Airport Fees Now Included in Airfares
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