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·China Aviation buys 630,000T Q4 jet fuel
·Concert hall opens after relocation
·Le Meridien opens Shanghai regional office
·Hainan Airlines doubles first-half sales
·Brazil Brings Latin Charms to China
·Airline operator profits go sky-high
·11th China Arts Expo Curtains up in September
·China Southern Seeks to Join Global Alliance
·Guangzhou Builds Landmarks
·No Change in Beijing Fares
·Museum Shows Vintage Locomotives
·Four Points to spearhead Starwood抯 China expansion
·332 Chinese Travelers Visit Nepal in July
·Guangdong Takes Measures to Guard Against Dengue Fever
·Ancestor Worship Scheduled in Hunan
·Macao Gets Green Light for RMB Services
·First Eco-map Debuts in Shanghai
·Initial Appearance of National Grand Theatre Unveiled
·Air China Appointed Partner
·New Baiyun Airport Opens
·Special announcement concerning opening of new Guangzhou airport
·Dragonair back in black
·Sea route passengers increase
·Airlines Need to Set Compensation Standards
·China to build new railway in Xinjiang
·Flight Centre corporate launches in Beijing
·Continuing surge of Chinese tourists in RP in the next five years seen
·Shandong Airlines Increases Flights to Changi Airport
·HNA Opens Air Route between Beijing & Budapest
·Tibet holds beauty pageant for tourist promotion
·Individual travel easier throughout Hebei province
·New Baiyun Airport Officially Declared Open
·HK Shopping Festival Attracts Mainland Tourists
·Beijing Develops Intelligent System for Public Transport
·Baiyun airport rivals Shanghai and Hong Kong
·Jin Jiang looking at hotels outside China
·Third subway in GZ to be finished in 2005
·Qibao Town charges admission to old street
·Airline profits soar this year
·European Tour Proves Popular in Shanghai
·Air Routes Change
·Travelsky aims to strengthen alliance
·Softly, softly suits Australia in China
·Wetland forest park to be built
·Civil Aviation Infrastructure to Expand
·Easier Airport Fees Expected
·Railways to Allow Private Investment
·SZ Metro ready for test run
·Star Cruise first foreign agency in Shanghai
·SRS-WORLDHOTELS targets 50 properties in China
·Cool response to extended FIT scheme for Chinese
·Large aquarium to open to visitors soon
·Ancient City Site Jeopardized by Sand
·China Southern Airlines names new GSA for Southeast US Cargo Representation
·Beijing Earmarks Big Bucks for Public Toilets
·Nanjing to Restore Its Ancient City Wall
·New Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport to open this week
·Hong Kong passes 10 million arrivals mark for the first time
·Shandong launches Qingdao-Singapore service
·IAC Buys Controlling eLong Stake
·Watch Television in A Taxi!
·Wuhan planning to build seven rail lines by 2050
·High-flying Southeast Asian budget carrier sets sights on China
·Beijing Gets Tough on Relics Protection
·Capital Taste Goes Global
·More Tourists Flocking to Tibet
·2004 Bejing Tourism Expo Ends
·Starwood, Air China partner up
·Australia looks to China, India for more tourists
·GD, GZ boost seamless tourism cooperation
·Mainland and IVS arrivals to Hong Kong surpass Half-Year target
·AsiaInfo Signs Business Intelligence Solution Contract With Air China
·Hainan Airlines to open new branch
·Anniversary of IVS highlights market success in Macao
·Travel Cost Rises in Shenzhen
·China to Upgrade Railway
·Potala Palace Gets Face-lift
·Thailand, Singapore and China top Mastercard survey
·Beijings Toilet Plan Flushed with Complaints
·New Visa Rules
·Tourists swarm HK, Macao
·Starwood to open W Hotels in Hong Kong and Shanghai
·Baiyun airport all set to open next week
·SriLankan heads for the Middle Kingdom
·Air China opens new route linking SW China with Europe
·Terracotta warriors draw over 70 mln visitors in past 30 years
·China to Tout Red Tourism in Anniversary Year
·Ford Plans New China Auto Plant
·Foreign tourists enjoy free trips in Tibet
·Cheaper to travel across EU
·Passengers to Get TV Updates in City Cabs
·N. China province reports record tourism
·Yi Ethnic Group Culture Gala in China
·Singapore Airlines to launch direct services to Cape Town
·Chinese agencies get TAT抯 quality label
·Investors consider island living
·Outbound tourism market becomes spotlight of industry
·Shanghai set for huge tourism gala
·Boeing to buy $1.3b aircraft materials in China by 2010
·Ocean Park takes Disney challenge head on
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