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·South Great Wall in Miao colony
·Xiamen Takes Steps to Protect White Dolphin
·Sixth Meet in Beijing Cultural Festival to Open
·Tourism Australia Promotes in Shanghai
·China, Pakistan to Open 4 New Road Links
·Huangshan Opens Airlines to ROK to Attract Tourists
·Tourism Expenditure in HK up 14.1 Percent in 2005
·New Guangzhou station in operation by 2008
·Austria holds art exhibition to mark China Year
·China to expand, improve TV service in rural areas
·Nepal NTO offers 24-hour assistance
·Garuda boosts Perth flights
·Beijing to Have More Environment-friendly Buses
·Russian Knights Finish Aerobatic Show in China
·International Wushu Tournament to Be Held in Nanning
·Xian Seeks Funds for Ancestral Mausoleum
·Korean Air offers live global TV on laptops
·2006 World Leisure Expo to showcase oriental-style leisure
·Tourist Arrivals in Myanmar Hit Record High in Five Years
·Shandong starts to build Asias 1st gold culture park
·HK launches family program to promote tourism
·Golden Sea, Snowy Mountain Tourist Festival opens in Guizhou
·Exhibition kicks off in HK to showcase tea culture
·Bonsai trees arrive for flower festival
·Treasures of UK museum coming to Beijing
·Northwest China region to develop tourism
·Classical Chinese operas to debut in Germany
·Oxygen supplyed on Tibet-Qinghai trains
·High-speed rail links approved
·Vietnam air access set to increase
·Educational wildlife centre boosts Singapore Zoo
·All Mainland Airports to Accept HK Airlines
·Airlines Becomes Partner of Shanghai World Expo
·Big expansion at Bangkok Airways
·Finnair boosts Singapore flights
·Foreign Pilots Join Shanghai Airlines
·Beijing to Recruit 2,000 Police This Year
·Hainan Eyes Tourism Marketing Push Aimed at Russian Visitors
·Japan, China kick off tourism exchange year
·Nanning to host intl dragon boat event
·HKs 1st prison to be redeveloped into tourist attraction
·Shanghai laying red carpet to coax Disneyland
·Three Gorges Project to be completed in 2008
·Beijing to build a second intl airport
·Bangkok Airways to connect Samui-Singapore daily
·Maglev Railway to Link Hangzhou, Shanghai
·E-ticket Reimbursement Will Become Easier
·Zimbabwe, South Africa embark on joint tourism drive
·Yellow river intl tourism festival to be held in Henan
·Shanghai Peace Hotels 100th anniversary
·World largest tourism fair opens in Berlin
·Shanghai wont join Tibet railway line
·Hangzhou Will Host 1st World Leisure Expo
·Opening Time Unified in Macao, Zhuhai Checkpoints
·Nation to Boost Spending on Airport Infrastructure
·Luxury Home Rental Market in Beijing Set to Boom
·HK, Thailand Customs Decide to Strengthen Cooperation
·Shenzhen Yacht Market Enters New Era
·Luxury Cruise Ship Arrives at Shanghai
·Water town to restore ecology, attract tourism
·Lushan begins to limit visitor number
·Hunan to promote tourism in next five years
·India and Italy sign new air services pact
·Bali to host PATA Travel Mart 2007
·Qatar Airways to service Singapore-Doha daily
·Thailand predicts inbound Koreans to rise
·Air Macao to open 15 flights to Europe
·Spring Orchid Exhibition 2006
·Tibet railway offers luxury travel to Roof of the World
·Mount Wutai reports record tourism
·40m-year-old fossil found
·GZ Airport express line 2 adjusted
·IATA chief calls on airlines to move faster with e-tickets
·Singapore to be base for space adventures
·Luxury cruise liner to be launched on Yangtze River
·Worlds Biggest Aircraft to Arrive in China at Year End
·Guangzhou to See More New Taxis
·Chinas 1st general aviation expo to kick off in May
·Lufthansa increases flights to China
·Macao Launches World Heritage Promotion Campaign
·Emirates Airlines to Open Beijing-Dubai Flights
·Forbidden City to undergo overhaul within 3 years
·China set buy more than 100 aircraft yearly
·BJ to Invest Heavily in Relics Protection
·Korean Air Looking for New Partners in China
·First Map on Birds Around Airport Drawn
·Lunar New Year holiday boosts passenger flow at HK airport
·Jiangsu sees record number of Taiwanese tourists
· Women-only Train Compt. Offered
·Chinas railways transport 1.154 bln passengers in 2005
·Largest Chinese garden overseas to settle in Los Angeles
·Disney plans to build a theme park in Shanghai
· Year of Russia launched in Inner Mongolia
·Self-drive tours popular among holiday-makers
·Direct flights to Tel-Aviv double to twice weekly
·China, India to lead Asia Pacific business travel market
·China promotes strong growth for Australian tourism
·Indian Buddhist Photo Show in Shanghai
·Thousands of hotels to become environmentally friendly by 2010
·China to build 1.2 mln km rural roads in five years
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