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CNTO & Partners Participate in New York Times Travel Show02/03/2017

China National Tourist Office in New York, Guizhou, Henan, Chinese destinations and a number of Chinese airlines participated in the annual New York Times Travel Show, which took place January 27-29, 2017 at the Javits Convention Center in New York. The exhibition is the largest tourism exhibition in the U.S., with more than 500 exhibitors from 150 countries and regio ...Read More

Paper-cuttings welcome New Year01/26/2017

Famous print artist Wang Shaotang has created a new paper-cutting work, Jiqingyouyu, to welcome the year of the rooster. The art of paper-cutting in China may date back to the second century AD, since paper was invented by Cai Lun in the Eastern Han Dynasty(25-220 AD) in China. As paper became more affordable, paper-cutting became one of the most important of Chinese ...Read More

Food insider: The Spring Festival dish on every Cantonese table01/26/2017

On the eve of Chinese New Year, the have-must dish on every Cantonese dinner table is the magnificent and auspicious poon choi, which contains up to 20 luxury ingredients served in a big wooden or claypot bowl. The dish literally translates to "basin feast" because the dish was originally served in a washbasin. [caption id="attachment_9448" align="aligncenter" widt ...Read More

Harbin welcomes New Year with snow and ice01/26/2017

Visitors watch the ice sculptures illuminated by colored lights on the first day of the New Year at Harbin Ice and Snow World in Harbin, capital of North China's Heilongjiang province, on January 1, 2017. The opening ceremony of the 33nd Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival will be held on January 4, 2017. Visitors watch the ice sculptures illuminated ...Read More

2017 Chinese Lunar New Year Reception and Tourism Promotion in Philadelphia01/20/2017

The Consulate General of China in New York hosted a reception at the Penn Museum in Philadelphia on January 19 to celebrate 2017 Chinese Lunar New Year, with the China National Tourist Office (CNTO) New York coordinating a joint tourism promotion. The reception was attended by Ambassador Zhang Qiyue, Consul General of China in New York; Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenny; a ...Read More

600-year-old Buddha Emerges from Reservoir in Jiangxi Province01/18/2017

The head of a Buddha statue was recently spotted at Hongmen Reservoir in east Jiangxi province when the reservoir’s water levels were lowered by more than 30 feet (10 meters). According to archaeologists, the 12.5-foot statue was carved during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Hongmen reservoir, built in 1958, is located on the ruins of the ancient Xiaoshi Township, whi ...Read More

Silk Road in Times Square 2017 New Year’s Eve Countdown01/12/2017

The art and culture of the Silk Road was showcased on New Year's Eve in New York as Chinese performances took over the 2017 Times Square New Year's Eve countdown. Organized by the Sino-American Friendship Association, with support from the China National Tourist Office in New York, "Explore the Beauty of China along the Silk Road" was featured before nearly 2 million ...Read More

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  • 02/03/2017 CNTO & Partners Participate in New York Times Travel Show...Read More
  • 01/26/2017 Paper-cuttings welcome New Year...Read More
  • 01/26/2017 Food insider: The Spring Festival dish on every Cantonese table...Read More
  • 01/26/2017 Harbin welcomes New Year with snow and ice...Read More
  • 01/20/2017 2017 Chinese Lunar New Year Reception and Tourism Promotion in Philadelphia...Read More
  • 01/18/2017 600-year-old Buddha Emerges from Reservoir in Jiangxi Province...Read More
  • 01/12/2017 Silk Road in Times Square 2017 New Year’s Eve Countdown...Read More
  • 01/12/2017 China Eastern Airlines Transports 100 Millionth Passenger...Read More
  • 01/12/2017 Travelport Signs Expanded Contract with China Southern Airlines...Read More
  • 01/12/2017 World’s Highest Bridge Opens to Traffic in Remote China...Read More
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