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·Air China to expand its fleet with 19 new planes
·CAAC Approves Two More Private Airlines
·China gets lion抯 share of ATC budget
·Pudong to Revamp Old Houses
·Shangri-La to open new Hotel in Ningbo City, China
·Ancient Tourist Map Found Carved on Cliff
·HK Visitor Arrivals Exceed 1.7m in April
·Ancient villages in southern Anhui a museum of ancient residences
·China Works to Protect Ancient Temples in Hebei Province
·New Ferry Terminal Allows Efficient, Faster Service
·Five Nordic Countries Win Chinese Tourists
·Chinas Southern Airline opens Shenyang-Pyongyang flights
·Bridge across the Delta by 2008
·KLM increases China flights
·Direct link to Dubai for mainland travelers
·World heritage site extends free entrance privileges
·New Regulation Issued for Pets on Air China
·Great Wall in poor condition
·White Ants Eating Away Ancient Architecture
·English-speaking Police Team in Chengdu
·Seychelles pushing for bilaterals with China and Australia
·Shangri-La launches US$2 million TV commercial
·Tanzania, Another Destination for Chinese Tourists
·Birds Forest in Qipan Mountain
·Domestic tourism market has greatest potential in world
·One million people visit veneration of Buddhas sarira
·Forbidden City Collecting New Emblem Designs
·Asia gets closer to Helsinki with increased flights
·Air Asia kicks off price-reduction fight in Macao
·Age for Regional Tourism Cooperation Has Come in China
·Arrivals of Foreign Tourists to China Restore Rapidly
·Tallest Building in Beijing Being Erected
·Beijings Imperial City to Apply for World Heritage Site
·Annual religious festival celebrated in Tibet
·Hong Kong抯 big carriers to add surcharge
·Indonesia to Build Chinese Museum of History
·Pingyao International Photography Exhibition 2004 to Debut in Sept
·Air NZ to add China, India with fleet boost
·Railways Improve Booking Services
·Buddhist Sculptures in Dajue Temple Being Restored
·China Southern and Korean Air sign new Code Share Agreement
·Visa Call Center Soon to Resume Operations
·Mainland Tourists to HK and Macao Increase
·Flag Raising Ceremony Gets a Makeover
·World Carnival to Entertain Beijing
·Central Chinas Ancient Phoenix City to be Legally Protected
·Niu Qun Named Image Ambassador for Jiuhua Mountain
·China Southern Airlines to launch new Shanghai-Beijing-Amsterdam service
·Marianas Visitors Authority Appoints Ruder Finn Asia as Marketing Representative for China
·HK Welcomes 2 Millionth Visitor
·Shandong Airlines chooses Singapore as its first international destination
·First Folk Craftwork Exhibition Extends Duration for More Visitors
·2006 PATA Travel Mart to take place in HK
·Flight Bargain Offered to Guilin
·Shenzhen City Hall Opens
·China Eastern to Buy Airbus A330
·Insurance help is on the way
·Shenyang First Manchu Ethnic Group Folk Custom Festival Unveils
·No looking back as Emirates awaits China growth
·Malaysia readies for influx of Chinese tourists
·US Northwest Airlines to Provide New Services in China
·Internet-Visa for Chinese Tourists to Malaysia
·Shenzhen wants share of Hong Kong抯 mainland action
·China remains Vietnams biggest tourist market
·Bun festival sees bountiful turnout
·HK Observatory launches world airport weather website
·Sacred Relic of Buddha Featured in Hong Kong
·Pudong Airport Safe: Expert
·OAG gets personal with partnership product
·China marks three decades of relations with Malaysia
·Abacus launches Chinese site
·Amazon Culture Brightens Beijing
·InterCon adds nine hotels in China
·Airport Upgrade to Slow Procedures
·Air passenger transport volume to top 100m in 2004
·Howard Johnson steps up China presence
·Railway Can Stop Service in Emergency Situation
·Brazil to Be Another Destination for Chinese Tourists
·British Airways boosts Hong Kong-London frequency
·Non-polluted Buses to Debut in Beijing
·Japanese Relics on Display in China
·Asia Pacific: Hotel profitability levels affected by SARS crisis
·China Tourism Exhibition Sets to Attract More Visitors from Oceania
·Environmentally-friendly Toilet to Debut in Hangzhou
·China Southern Airlines introduces special two-for-one Business Class offer
·China Hot Springs Museum to Open in Inner-Mongolia
·Guangzhou Delays Metro Launch
·HK, Kenya sign air services agreement
·Visitors pack Moller Villa on Saturday
·173 Ancient Roman Rarities Arrive in Beijng
·New Airport Gets New Land Links
·Beijing to Build New Auto, Movie Museums
·Museum of Great Wall faces aggravated destruction
·China Sees Growth of Business Travel
·China: Largest Tourist Exporting Country in Asia-Pacific Region
·Chinese to drive tourist shopping boom, Hong Kong top destination
·China Southern Launches New Nanchang-Singapore International Service
·Shangri-La to have first airport
·Tough Act to Follow
·Bus line between China, Tajikistan to begin operation next month
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