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Terracotta Warriors Museum Ranked Best in Asia10/18/2016

The Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses in the central China city of Xi'an was ranked by TripAdvisor as the highest quality museum in Asia for 2016. The UNESCO World Heritage site contains life-sized statues of more than 8,000 soldiers, 130 chariots, 520 horses and 150 cavalry horses; and dates back to the third century BC. The TripAdvisor ranking is based on ...Read More

Air China Digital Assets Keeping Pace with International Expansion10/18/2016

Since 2015, Air China has introduced 65 routes featuring overseas destinations, with operations covering all six continents. To support this expansion, the airline has pursued several sales and marketing initiatives. Air China’s digital assets have been refined to meet the demand… from mobile-friendly website redesign to mobile app development to adding support fo ...Read More

Hilton Opens First Full-Service Residences In China10/18/2016

Hilton recently announced the opening of Hilton Jinan South Hotel & Residences, the hotel company’s first full-service residences concept in China. The property has a combined 420 rooms; 316 guest rooms and 104 luxurious one-, two- and three-bedroom residences. Each of the residences offers a fully-equipped kitchen, as well as separate living and work areas. All ...Read More

China Rapidly Becoming World’s Largest Aviation Market10/11/2016

Boeing Co. recently announced that airlines in China are projected to spend more than $1 trillion on new airplanes over the next 20 years, in order to meet the country’s booming demand for air travel. Boeing estimates 6,810 new aircraft purchases in China in the next twenty years, up 7.6 percent from its previous projections. Boeing predicts that three-quarters of n ...Read More

China’s Palace Museum Opens New Sites10/10/2016

The Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, recently opened more areas to the public. The Broken Rainbow Bridge and the Eighteen Ancient Pagoda Trees in the west of the palace compound opened to the public for the first time. According to curator Shan Jixiang, 76 percent of the Forbidden City will be open by the end of this year, and more areas are waiting to ...Read More

China Eastern Airlines Launches Kunming-Qingdao-San Francisco Route10/10/2016

China Eastern Airlines recently launched flights connecting the Chinese cities of Kunming and Qingdao with San Francisco. An Airbus 330 flies the route three times a week. The flight departs from Kunming at 7:50 am on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and arrives at San Francisco International Airport at 9 am via Qingdao, a port city in Shandong Province. The return ...Read More

China Building World’s Deepest High-speed Rail Station Beneath Great Wall10/10/2016

In preparation for the 2022 Winter Olympics Games, China has begun construction on the world’s deepest and largest high-speed railway station located beneath a popular section of the country’s Great Wall. Located at Badaling, one of the most popular sections of the Great Wall about 50 miles (80km) northwest of Beijing, the area can draw as many as 30,000 tourists ...Read More

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