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·British FM praises China as global player
·Opening show features ethnic dances
·India, China to Launch Activities to Mark Friendship Year
·Costa Cruises offers new Asian itineraries
·SIA sweetens the deal in India
·17th-century Porcelain Show Opens in London
·Year of Italy Offers More Cultural Events
·Oxygen-supply systems equipped on Qinghai-Tibet trains
·HK stock exchange museum opens
·India steps up Look East strategy
·China to Re-single Out 1,000 Famous Brands
·Road to Link Coastal Cities of Bohai Bay
·13 countries confirmed to join Shanghai World Expo
·Shanghai opens new tourist site
·Worlds Oldest Person Turns 120 in Sichuan
·Hello Possums! Guangzhou Gets 6 of Them
·Subway to link Jakarta by 2010
·Air Macau starts direct Changsha
·HK Culture and Heritage Celebration to Attract Over a Million Tourists
·New Air Route Links China, Russia
·Foreigners Get Paddling for Dragon-boat Glory
·BFA 2006 Annual Conference Concludes in Hainan
·HK to celebrate World Book Day
·Intl tourism sets new record in 2005
·Macao gets visa-free access to two more destinations
·Yangzhou stepped up efforts for Trade Festival
·Shenzhen to Host Intl Cultural Industry Fair
·Intl Media Group Kicks off Macao Tour
·395 mln deals signed at Domestic Travel Mart
·CSA to open new airline between Beijing, Pyongyang
·Air Macao opens route to mainland city
·Chinas oldest zoo celebrates 100th birthday
·Ministry to add hundred pairs of trains for holiday travelers
·China issues world heritage stamps
·Traditional temple fair held in Mt.Tai
·Chinese Cities Turning Greener
·Tibets 1st Railway to Start Unmanned Operation
·Mikey Mouse in Beijing
·World Buddhist Forum ends
·E. China Port Reopens Shipping Route to Latin America
·English poems lift spirits in Shanghai metro trains
·Air France pioneers mobile phone services
·Qufu to Hold 1st Festival on Confucianism Study
·Happy Families as Rural Tourism Festival Opens
·New Air Route to Cut Flying Time to Europe
·Shanghai ready for St. Petersburg Week celebrations
·Intl Buddhist forum to open in China this week
·Over 15 mln Chinese to travel abroad in 1st half of 2006
·Air New Zealand to start second Auckland-London service
·Wuhan-Taiyuan-Hohhot Flight Begins
·China agrees to buy 80 Boeing 737s
·Macao-Guiyang Maiden Flight Scheduled for April 17
·New Attraction for Water Splashing
·London opens office in Beijing
·Huangshan welcomes charter flight from Seoul
·Michelin enters China tourist book market
·Travel to Hong Kong and Macao made easier
·Number of package tourists in Macao sees year-on-year rise
·Railways to see travel peak in upcoming May Day holiday
·Hong Kong Express Airways launches Nanjing shuttle
·Travel Supermarket Opened
·Shanghai Ocean Passenger Transport Center in Trial Operation
·Ten Garden Towns Named in China
·American Airlines Starts Service to China
·Water tourism group set up to help industry develop
·China Eastern to start Frankfurt-Shanghai in summer
·New Metro-Bus Passes Issued in Beijing
·Digital Model Created for Qin Terracotta Pit
·Dunhuang Railway Station to Open
·Seven New Intl Airlines Join Zhengzhou
·Ningxia Promotes Countryside Tourism
·Yunnan sets expressway for wild elephants
·Shanghai in tourist co-op with Osaka &Pusan
·China opens 1st underground ruins museum
·Cross-Straits Experts Discuss Ethnic Culture Protection
·Beijing Gives Green Light to Small Cars
·Beijing-Shanghai High-speed Rail Expected to Begin Operation in 2010
·Chinese Travel Agency Cooperates with Film Director in Marketing
·Shanghai tourists spend $500 mln on overseas tour annually
·Sri Lanka records more tourist arrivals
· Over 10,000 Chinese Worship Huangdi in Henan
·All-in-one cards
·Air New Zealand adopts new colours
·3,000-year Old Wall Found in Jiangxi
·Mandarin Brings Together 56 Ethnic Groups in China
·China Southern Airlines to Resume Flights to Moscow
·Korean Air eyes flying to 50 cities
·China Eastern Airlines to add new air route to Frankfurt
·The largest art show from Russia in China
·Rural Tibetans Benefit from Tourism
·Finnair adds Nagoya to summer schedule
·MAS, AirAsias shared domestic routes announced
·Indians may soon apply for Australian tourist visas online
·Heart of Forbidden City to have facelift
·Southern China Airlines adds air route to Kitakyushu
·Yunnan to invest huge sum in airport construction
·Air Macao to open route to Hangzhou
·Liaoning to host national forest tourism expo
·China to build 1st museum for women, children
·Yangshan Port to open to certain tourists
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