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Beijing Adds New Vintage Trolley Sightseeing Route03/27/2015

Last year Beijing introduced a fleet of vintage-style trolleys modeled after the trams that ran in Beijing from 1924 through 1966. These modern buses have been kitted out to look like the vintage trolleys, with their bright colors, copper bells, and uniformed drivers and tour guides, but offer all the modern amenities such as WiFi, air purification, and spacious seats ...Read More

New Ancient Relics Found Well Preserved at Dig Sites in China03/27/2015

Two important discoveries – the most complete ancient crossbow ever discovered and a 2,000-year-old bronze sword – were unearthed at two sites in China recently. The crossbow set was discovered in among the many relics with the Terracotta Warriors in Xi’an. While a great deal of the Terracotta Army has been excavated, there is still preservation underway, with t ...Read More

Biggest Night Market in Asia Opens in Shenyang03/27/2015

Late-night shopping, street-food vendors, and dazzling lights are all on display at Shenyang’s night market in the Liaoning province of China. Stretching more than a mile, the market is the largest of its kind in Asia and an excellent place for entertainment, food and drinks. Locals and tourists alike can stroll the street, bartering for goods and sampling the many ...Read More

Sheraton Celebrates 30 Years in China03/27/2015

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of Sheraton Hotels & Resorts in mainland China. The Sheraton brand is Starwood’s largest and most global brand, with a portfolio of 67 hotels and resorts in China over the past 30 years – and with 40 more China properties in the pipeline. Sheraton was the first international ...Read More

China Eastern Launching Direct Flights between Vancouver and Kunming in June03/27/2015

Vancouver will be the first city in North America with direct flights to Kunming, China starting this summer. China Eastern Airlines recently announced it will offer the route three times a week starting June 26, 2015. The flights will leave Vancouver International Airport (YVR) and connect via Shanghai. Kunming is known for its year-round spring-like weather and bea ...Read More

CNTO Exhibits at Cruise Shipping Miami 201503/27/2015

The 31st Cruise Shipping Miami took place at Miami Beach Convention Center from March 16-19, 2015 and CNTO was there to represent China. This year’s event included nearly 900 exhibitors from 127 countries, representing some of the world’s largest shipbuilders, 400 destinations, cutting-edge IT providers, and more. CNTO organized many travel professionals specia ...Read More

Ongoing Silk Road Developments03/17/2015

The China National Tourism Administration deemed 2015 the “Year of Silk Road Tourism,” with both land and sea routes being developed along the ancient trade route. The Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road initiatives were launched less than two years ago by President Xi Jinping and continue to be a major focus for the Chinese government ...Read More

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  • 03/27/2015 Beijing Adds New Vintage Trolley Sightseeing Route...Read More
  • 03/27/2015 New Ancient Relics Found Well Preserved at Dig Sites in China...Read More
  • 03/27/2015 Biggest Night Market in Asia Opens in Shenyang...Read More
  • 03/27/2015 Sheraton Celebrates 30 Years in China...Read More
  • 03/27/2015 China Eastern Launching Direct Flights between Vancouver and Kunming in June...Read More
  • 03/27/2015 CNTO Exhibits at Cruise Shipping Miami 2015...Read More
  • 03/17/2015 Ongoing Silk Road Developments...Read More
  • 03/17/2015 New Mountain Walkway Gives Tourists Access to Previously Untouched Areas...Read More
  • 03/17/2015 China Continues Efforts to Address Air Pollution...Read More
  • 03/17/2015 Matt Damon Filming Epic Movie in China about The Great Wall...Read More