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7May

Aerial View of Newly-built "Old Summer Palace" in E China

 Photo shows the scenery inside the newly-built Old Summer Palace, also known as Yuanmingyuan, in the Hengdian World Studios in Dongyang, east China's Zhejia Find Out More
7May

Intoxicating scenery in Xinjiang

 Photo shows the intoxicating scenery inXinjiangUygur Autonomous Region in northwest China.Xinjiang is the largest provincial-level administrative region in Chin Find Out More
7May

China maintains tourism competitiveness in Eastern Asia:report

 GENEVA,May6 --Being listed at 17th in the 2015 global travel and tourism competitiveness,China has maintained its competitiveness as hotspot tourism destinati Find Out More
7May

Chinese products loved by foreign visitors

 Do foreigners like shopping in China? What do foreign travelers and international students bring home from China? If you are wondering what to buy during your C Find Out More
7May

Restored statue of Qianshou Guanyin to reopen to public on June 13

 Photo shows the restored statue of Qianshou Guanyin (bodhisattva with a thousand hands) on Mount Baoding in Dazu District, southwest China'sChongqing. The s Find Out More
6May

Walk into fantastic Jingbian county in NW China

 There is a fantastic Danxia landform scenic area in Jingbian county, northwest China's Shanxi province. It is formed by the wind, water and sandstones in mi Find Out More
6May

Camel caravan retrace the silk road,hundreds of thousands witness the time travel scenery

 On May,5th,2015, a camel caravan with 136 camels retraced the silk road from Zhangye bell and drum tower inGansu province. Hundreds of thousands people witnesse Find Out More
6May

Delightful Daming Palace

 An outdoor model shows the entire layout of the original Daming Palace strutures. Daming Palace was the residence for Tang Dynasty emperors in Chang'an, now Find Out More
6May

Simple delights by the sea

 Sunset, seen from the lighthouse on Laotie Hill on the outskirts of Lyushun, Liaoning province, tinges the boundary between the Bohai Sea and the Yellow Sea.Bec Find Out More
6May

Yardangs in Hami

 A Yardang, known as the demon castle, is formed as a result of wind erosion. Hami is home to the most heavily concentrated Yardangs in China. These Yardangs are Find Out More