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·Intl Art Festival to Be Held in Anhui
·Airlines Spread Their Wings to City
·Singapore Air To Raise Freight Flights To US Via China
·Hong Kong and Malaysia reach air services accord
·Austrian Airlines announces Shanghai flights
·Priceless Bronze Pig Head to Be Displayed in GZ
·Travel prices increase in May Day Holiday
·Chinese character museum to be built in Henan
·Guangdong to Build Museum on Marine Silk Road
·Railway approved to link Pearl River Delta cities
·Global travel & tourism poised for robust growth in 2004
·Good news budget for Hong Kong NTO
·Business Travel Expo Hong Kong Attracts Travel Planners
·Qinghai-Tibet Railway to Shore up Tourists to Worlds Roof
·Railway to Be Built in Shanghais Pudong
·Macaos Hotel Guest Rate Rises Sharply
·China Eastern Airlines to Open Flight to London
·Large Bullring to Open in Beijing
·Beijing Landmark Gate Being Rebuilt
·Cathay Pacific 2003 results top forecasts as it recovers from SARS
·Lufthansa-Shanghai Airlines Code Share Closer
·Mainland contributes largest source of tourists to Macao
·Tourism contributed to Macao`s economy growth
·Plan Aims to Save Dying Folk Arts
·Beijing-Shanghai Plane Tickets Cheaper than Trains
·Shanghai Convenience Stores Will Shelve Expansion Plan
·Xiamen to ease visitor access into Hong Kong
·Free food offered on train
·HKs Jumbo Restaurant Revamped for Tourist Spot
·China poised for low-cost revolution, says expert
·European airlines are planning more China flights
·South China to Build World Transport Park
·Airline to Spread Wings on Mainland
·World Tourism to Soar with New Markets in China, India
·Expat women to join happy tour
·Western Musicians Tune into Chinese Market
·New Face for the Old Bund
·Hong Kong starts off 2004 with 13% growth in Visitor Arrivals
·China to Build Digital DunHuang Grottoes
·Bronze Ware Items Unearthed from Ancient Tomb in Henan
·Shenzhen authorities ban border pickups
·Airline releases low-price ticket program
·Hong Kong-backed Travel Agency to Open
·Buddha relic to be displayed in Hong Kong
·High-speed Rail to Connect Cities
·Philippines to open tourism office in Beijing this month
·Fujian to Present 12 Choice Tourist Routes
·Travel Rules Altered
·Capital Airport in Beijing to Get Third Terminal
·India and Hong Kong to start negotiating on air rights
·HK SkyMart officially opens after revamp
·Avis China Seeks to Tie up with Airlines
·Airline Planning Direct Shanghai-Copenhagen Flights
·Hotel demolition plan raises concern
·City plans six new tunnels for Huangpu
·8 Billion Yuan To Improve Beijing Transportation
·The Design of HK, Zhuhai and Macao Bridge to be Released
·Heavy Spending Earmarked for Improving Subway Safety
·Easy Visa for Singapore
·Starwood adds 1,400 plus rooms in Asia-Pacific
·Air China takes 20 percent in Shandong Airlines
·Cats Dance into Beijing in April
·Beijing to Build Two More Christian Churches
·Beijing Installs Electronic Bus Stop Signs
·Shenyang to Open 3 International Routes
·Sichuan to put ruins of ancient kingdom on display
·Chinas Great Wall shrinking under heavy tourism
·Ocean Park raises admission fee
·Ancient Chinese culinary ware exhibition to be held in HK
·Merger of 2 HK rail firms to trigger win-win situation
·UK plans to double Chinese tourist number
·Air China Plans Going Public
·Postal museum to open this year
·The National Museum Opens Reconstruction Bids to World
·Foreign tourism recovery in Beijing takes time: official
·Denmark Gains ADS for Group Chinese Tourists
·Air China, ANA to Start Code-sharing Cooperation
·Flights between China, Europe increase
·India and China cannot be ignored
·Tourists Should Stick to Hotels
·Flight Check-in Mooted in Shenzhen
·US hotel giant plans to expand business in Chinese mainland
·Sichuan Has More State-level Scenic Zones
·China to Hold Worlds First Geopark Conference
·New Shang for southern China
·Renovation of world heritage sites in Beijing to gear up
·Air Attendants Fly Higher with New Training
·Hutong Tour Booms in Beijing
·Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Specimen Museum Boasts of World Largest Collections
·Ancient Mountain Stronghold Found in SW China
·Air Macao to Launch New Route Between Shenzhen, Taipei
·China woos with Hainan stopover
·Chinese Womens Culture Week to be Held in France
·Museum for Nanjing Massacre to Open Free
·Le Meridien to manage second property in China
·Online Travel Firm Revenues Grow
·Ancient tomb discovered intact in Xinjiang
·Large-scale Railway Construction to Be Launched
·Beijing Invests Heavily on Subway Safety Renovation
·Tibet Region Looks for More Visitors
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