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23Mar

Hainan expands duty-free program to boost tourism

 Tourists select duty-free products in Sanya, South China's Hainan province, Oct 24, 2012.(Photo/Xinhua) The range of imported items available at duty-free shops Find Out More
23Mar

More cities on free-and-easy trips to Taiwan

 Tourists from the mainland visit Penghu islands in Taiwan province. [Photo by He Junchang / Xinhua]Shu Rongjuan, 63, a resident of Longyancity, Fujian province, Find Out More
20Mar

Beijing adds new route for vintage trolley sightseeing

 A tour bus that preserves the classic look of the Dangdang trolley passes Tian'anmen Square. [Xinhua]The second Dangdang trolley sightseeing route will be put i Find Out More
20Mar

Residents from more cities can visit Taiwan on individual tour

 BEIJING, March 18 -- Residents from 11 more Chinese mainland cities can now visit Taiwan on individual tours, starting from April 15, authorities announced on W Find Out More
11Mar

China's Belt and Road initiatives not solo, but symphony

 China's Belt and Road initiatives are not its solo, but a symphony of all relevant parties, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Sunday.The vision of the initiatives i Find Out More
9Mar

Direct flight to link Nanjing, Los Angeles

 BEIJING, March 7-- China Eastern Airline will launch a direct flight connecting Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province, and Los Angeles on June Find Out More
9Mar

Sanya still attracts lots tourists during tourist off-season

 Tourists play on a beach in Sanya, a resort city in south China's Hainan Province, March 8, 2015. With the weather getting warm, Sanya is entering a tourist off Find Out More
3Mar

Forbidden City to open at night in 2015

 The Forbidden City, former home of emperors and now a national museum, will open to visitors for the first time at night in 2015. This was announced on Feb. 26 Find Out More
2Mar

China to improve toilets at tourist sites

 NANNING, Feb. 26 -- China will build 13,000 new toilets and renovate another 9,000 in 2015 at tourist sites to upgrade the notorious facilities, tourism authori Find Out More