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·Gourmet Festival in Xian
·Cultural scenery in Beijings Hutong
·New Zoo with New activities
·10 hours from Shenzhen to Beijing on new railway
·The number of tourists to Tibet reach 391,000 in July
·China entry for Lion City hotel group
·Qatar Airways is first with satellite TV
·New Toilets Please Tourists in Pingyao
·Xinjiang Tourism Embraces High Season
·China to launch second national land survey
·Older terracotta figurines found
·Shenzhen Art Museum reopens with new look
·First encyclopedia of Singapore launched
·Beijing cultural heritage sites undergo maintenance work
· Earthquake hits south New Zealand
·80% of Foreign Tourists in Heilongjiang Are Russian
·Ancient Tombs Found in Guangxi
·Jinan to Open 4 More International Air Routes
·Driving from Amsterdam to Beijing
·IATA signs MOU to help Chinas development
·China Southern in record bid
·Suzhou: a double-faced city
·Beijing restoring original appearance of Hutongs
·56 countries sign up for 2010 World Expo
·Tibetan tourism office suggests delaying trips
·Hilton Selling Some Hotels in Europe
·CAAC Tightens Up Security at Airports
·Asias Largest Railway Station to Be Built in Shanghai
·Dengfeng Striving to Build Chinas Kung Fu Capital
·Desert Tour Shines in Chinas West
·Nation Invests 500 Mln Yuan to Save Wetlands
·Greek Hotel Runs Chinese Website to Attract Tourists
·Tibets New Railway to Extend to Xigaze Next Year
·Treasures of porcelain on display in Zhenzhen
·Fringe Festival kicks off in Edinburg
·Grassland cultural festival opens in Inner Mongolia
·Foreign teens in Shenzhen on goodwill tour
·Grand festival adds to citys charm
·Beijing Celebrates Two-Year Countdown to 2008 Olympics
·Tourists Visiting Tibet Up 44% on 2005
·Man-made island nears completion
·Beidaihe: a favourite spot for Russian tourists
·Vietnam travel expo opens
· Hotel marketers sharpen their skills
·Cross-Strait Youth Festival Held in East China
·Beijing to Run 1st Unmanned Metro Train
· Beijing Olympic Pictograms Released
·Guizhou: Japanese Account for Top Foreign Visitors
· Beijing to build a central park in Wangfujing
· Bangkok Airways second Japan stop
·Chinas hostel approach
·Jet to launch Bangkok flights in October
·Science Exhibition in Shanghai
·Three Bus Routes to Suburban Beijing Opened for Individual Travelers
· Late-night shopping in Lion City
· Finnair connects Delhi to Helsinki
·National Gate Donated to BOCOG
·Sand Paintings Spark New Attraction for Dunhuang
·China Southern adds Lhasa
·Indonesia names five destinations to market in 2007
·Green season plan relaunched in Thailand
·Macau festival celebrates 20 musical years
·Subway to keep away from 600-year-old palace site in east China city
·Buddha-Painting Unfolding Festival underway in Tibet
·Shanghai completes largest man-made beach
·Huangshan to Have Better Toilets
·Direct Flight to Shangri-La Opens
·ANZ starts Auckland-Shanghai ticket sales
·New Zealand Film Festival to Be Held in Beijing
·Airlines Open Shanghai-Xian-Lhasa Flight
·China Becomes Popular Destination for Singaporean Travelers
·Airline Inks Deal to Join SkyTeam
·Shanghai to Open Golden Beach on July 13
·President Hu Expects Qinghai-Tibet Railway to Prosper Chinas West
·Direct Air route Links Shanghai and Toronto
·Shaolin Temple Bridges the Gap Between China and the World
·HK to Issue Stamps on Special Attractions of All Districts
·Large Japanese Youth Delegation Visits China
·Waterfall-watching Festival Attracts Visitors
· Over 2,400-year-old tombs discovered in central China
·Altiplano Train Tickets Available after June 21st
·Air Service to Jiuzhaigou to Resume in June
·Green building attracts visitors in Beijing
·Famous Brands Signed up for Shanghai Tour List
·Beijing Airport Expressway to Undergo 1st Overhaul
·Exchange week between Moscow, Beijing opens
·Worlds First Circular Railway Station Starts to Run on 1st, July
·ANZ to fly direct Auckland-Shanghai
·Beijing Starts Protecting Ancient Walls
·Scenic City Establishes First Overseas Tourist Office
·Shanghai to Increase Greenbelts to Enhance Attractions
·New Type of Airbus Flies to Tibet
· New discoveries in Jinsha ruins
·AirAsia to start daily Brunei service
·A Crowne for Changshu
·2 New Air Routes from Changchun to Russia Opened
·Yuhua Tai of Nanjing Raises Entrance Ticket Fee
·China to Add Transport Routes to Kazakhstan
·Lhasa Boasts Good Air Quality Most Days of the Year
·Chinas first wine museum opened to the public
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