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·Spring Festival becoming world cultural activity
·Spring Festival Charter Flight Ends
·6 mln people cross Chinas borders during holiday
·Tourists to Xinjiang up in Spring Festival holiday
·Macao Intl Airport sees rise in passenger movement
·Dragonair to launch HK-Shenyang direct services
· Beijing Sees Passenger Peak After Spring Festival
· Chinese Tourists Prefer Trips to Warm or Icy Places during Spring Festival
·Folk Culture Tourism in Spotlight of Chinas New Year
· Cross-Straits chartered flight service reaches new peak
·China establishes first coastal forestry park
· Three Gorges Project site to set up reception center for tourists
·Beijing tourism revenue tops 1b yuan in Spring Festival
· Sichuan promotes winter tourism
· More approved destinations for Chinese
·Vietnam-Israel direct flights soon
·Lion City reveals targets
·China to launch first overseas radio service in Kenya
·India, China Make 2006 Friendship Year
·Airbus 330-300 Plane Put into Operation in China
·2005 sees record 808 million tourists: WTO
·Yangshuo county becomes hot tourism spot
·Bus service to be launched between Thailand, Laos to boost tourism, trade
·Non-stop Flights to Toronto Planned
·Yunnan Sets up Museum on Life of Ethnic Group
·Shanghai Airlines Charter Flight Leaves for Taipei
·Indonesians hot for Vietnam
·Folk Cultural Festival in Ancient Temple
·Lijiang-HK Temporary Flight Opens
·China Opens First Music Museum
·Africa to become hot destination for Chinese tourists
·Record number of overseas tourists visit Beijing
·The Year of Italy in China
·China in London 2006 to kick off
·Mickey welcomes New Year in traditional clothing
·Foreigners favor skiing in northeast China
·Beijing Capital Airport Works Plan for Bad Weather
·Visitor arrivals in Singapore reach 8.94 mln in 2005
·HK receives record 23 mln tourists in 2005
·Rail Service Under Close Watch in HK
·New vehicles for Three Gorges Dam tour
·301 pairs of temporary trains ready for peak travel season
·Beijing to improve traffic environment
·China Approves 62 New National Forest Parks
·Beijingers Want to Climb Mountains Most for Leisure
·Air Canada to Introduce Toronto-Shanghai Non-stop Flights
·Italian Culture Year in China to boost bilateral ties
·Shandong receives record high overseas tourists in 2005
·Xiamen attracts golf enthusiasts from ROK
·Beijing plans Disney theme park by 2010
·Beijing to Improve English Signs on Major Roads
·Some 300 Trains to Be Added for Spring Festival
·Macao Logs 18.7 Mln Visitor Arrivals in 2005
·Industrial Tourism Promoted in Shanghai
·China to Add 8,400 Flights Around Spring Festival
·Beijing to Build Airport-Downtown Metro
·New Project to Protect Xian Old Buildings
·Sichuan Holds 6th Ice-Snow Festival
·Airport near Asias biggest waterfall to open soon
·World largest jade Guanyin statue to be erected in Fujian
·Tourists to W. region to enjoy more nonstop trains, flights
·China to hold Miss Travel contest from 2006 to 2010
·Southeast Asias 1st 4D theater opened in Singapore
·Tibet Holds Art Exhibition in Kathmandu
·HK to Show Cultural Heritage in Canada
·Shenzhen Tourist Center to Open
·Beijing Rrailway to Carry 13.6 Mln Passengers in Holiday
·Qinghai intends to be second tour base of ice & snow
·Beijing had 234 days of blue sky in 2005
·National Nature Reserve Set up in Fujian
·Xinjiang to Build Three New Railroads
·Shanghai Airlines Celebrates 20th Anniversary
·Village tours are the theme for tourism in 2006
·Macao logs 850,000 New Year border crossings
·Macao Opens 1st Theme Park
·Over 350,000 people entered & exited HK in New Year
·China to hold folk song concert in Vienna
·China Film Museum to open Thursday
·Air Macao Opens 16th Domestic Flight
·Govt to Build 300 Museums in Coming 5 Years
·Broadened Shanghai-Nanjing Expressway to Open
·Fujian to Exempt Park Entrance Fees
·1st Expressway Linking China and ASEAN
·1 million tourists visit Dunhuang
·Overseas tourists flock to Sanya for winter
·Icy restaurant draws diners in Harbin
·Relics protection to cover Beijing
·Macau to transmit its images to the world
·Spring Festival trips to hit 2 billion
·Beijing Intl Airport Receives 40m Passengers This Year
·Expanded Expressway Trunk in Zhejiang Reopens
·Ice waterfall in Lianyungang
·Worlds highest skywheel to be built in Xiamen
·Train-to-bus Tickets Now Available
·Guangzhou-Shenzhen-HK Railway Construction Begins
·Cross-Straits Charter Flights Selling Fast
·China receives 9.9 mln overseas tourists in Nov.
·Phuket, Bangkok voted among Asias top 5 holiday spots
·Beijing-Shanghai railway trip to be shortened to 7 hours
·China Southern Airlines Establishes Beijing Office
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