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·Tourists Spending in New Zealand Up 8 Percent
·Mascot for 2008 Paralympics Unveiled
·Malaysia to host 2006 East Asia Tourism Forum this month
·Huaxia Airlines is new China-based budget carrier
· Tallest Wooden Pagoda Greets 950th Birthday
·Journalists Return from Sino-Russian Friendship Tour
·China opens passenger line to Thailand in Mekong River
·Narrowest ancient-style city park to be completed in Beijing
·The 3rd Minority Art Festival of China begins
·Greece, South Korea Sign Cooperation Accords in Tourism
·Sri Lanka Resumes Civilian Flights to North
·Shanghai Sees Luxury Hotel Boom
·The 8th Asia Arts Festival Opens in Beijing
·Jet Airways launches Singapore-Delhi
·Neighbours to promote culture, heritage tourism
·Tenth Pyongyang Intl Film Festival to be Held on Sept
·International Air Traffic Increasing Steadily
·Direct Train to Connect Shanghai-Lhasa in October
·Huangguoshu Waterfall Festival to Open in Anshun
·Yunnan becomes world flower garden
·Tibets 3rd Civil Airport Operational
·The 63rd Venice Film Festival opens
·XJ Dead Sea attract lots of tourists
·Airline transportation Promote tourism in North XJ
·English book on Chengdu debuted
·HK Disneyland attracts over 5 mln visitors in first year
·2nd Beijing-Macao Air Route Scheduled on Oct. 29
·HK Steps up Preparation for New Tourism Season
·Air China, Qantas Sign Agreement
·China Opens 22 New Transport Routes to Kazakhstan
·More Exciting Events Await Tourists Coming to Malaysia
·First Drive-in Restaurant in Zhejiang Opened Yesterday
·Hangzhou: New Visa Windows to Serve Foreigners
·Thailand strengthens online strategy
·Shaolin Temple to Open Its 1,500 Year-Old Forbidden Areas
·Number of Weihai-South Korea Flights Rises to 21
·Ancient bridge completed facelifting
·Swedish Ship Gotheborg Arrives in Shanghai Today
·Greece, India to Promote Tourism Cooperation
·Low-cost carriers make headway in Hong Kong
·Thailand turns in strong tourism report card
·Less Tourists in Beidaihe
·Hohhot International Fork Art Festival opens
·Beach carnival ended, receiving 970, 000 tourists
·New eco-resort to be developed
·Yueyanglou & Tianxinge: 2 of 8 famous ancient buildings
·Library, museum and odeum are symbols of Hunan culture
·CAL beefs up Nagoya and Guam
·Zambian Tourism Records Increased Contribution to Economy
·Tibet railway to extend to China-Nepal border
·Luxury Ferry Service to Link Dubai, Pakistani Coastal City
·Two More Rail Lines to Dunhuang
·Beijing-Dubai Air Route Opens in September
·Comprehensive travel information available
·Hangzhou to Hold 9th World Leisure Congress in October
·New Hangzhou-Busan Flight Scheduled Next Month
·Earliest distillery in China found in Hebei
·Downtown Shenzhen to get HK train
·China Southern introduces online self check in
·Korea NTO targets Malay muslims
·Connections improved in Chinese capital
·More Tourists to Visit New Zealand
·Macao Sees Strong Visitor Flow in First 7 Months
·Volunteers Promote Environment on Qinghai-Tibet Railway
·China Begins to Repair Former Residence of Last Emperor
·Tourist Arrivals to HK Up 10.3% in First 7 Months
· Construction starts on Shanghai World Expo site
· Over 280-year-old mummy discovered in Beijing
·Cebu Pacific banks on Hong Kong
·Air Sahara to fly to Guangzhou and Male
·China Southern serves Beijing-Tehran route
·Sapporo showcases its best to Singapore, KL
·Underground Great Wall open to the public
·Beijing to Receive Nearly 5 mln Overseas Visitors in 2008
·Singapore, Malaysia Promote Youth Travel
·WORLDHOTELS adds Liuhua Hotel
·China to recruit volunteers for 2008 Olympics
·Mobile Tour Guide Employed to Boost HK Tourism
·Tibet moves to cope with tourism boom
·South African NTO goes on China safari
·Qingdao connected
·2006 International Confucius Festival To be Held in Sept.
·New Scenic Area to Open in Jiuzhai Valley
·Mini fashions popular in ancient city
·Macao to Showcase Tourism Charm on Thai TV
·South Africa, Mozambique, Zimbabwe Join Hands in Eco-tourism
·China to Ready Domestic Tourists Behaviors
·HK to launch Mexican Culture Festival
· Beijing Begins to Build Subway Connecting Airport
·Foreign tourists favor west Chinas scenery
·Ancient Chinese map showed up in US
·Winnie the Pooh Show Kicks Off in Beijing
·Europe Tours Lead October Overseas Tour Market
·World Junior Champs opens in Beijing
·Qingdao International Beer Festival opens
·China sets up standardized system for environmental protection
·HK to build second hotel at international airport
·Beijing to expect second airport
·Hong Kong Airport Passengers Hit Record High
·Hangzhou to Build Database for Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection
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