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China Eastern Improves Service for U.S. and China07/01/2013

Starting in 2014, China Eastern Airlines will introduce new generation Boeing 777-300ER airplanes to its round-trip New York to Shanghai route. The airline also plans to add more routes to the network in order to expand its capacity to meet the growing demand in the Asia-Pacific region. In 2012, China Eastern served 73 million travelers and ranked among the world’s ...Read More

Tourism to Tibetan City Tops One Million Tourists06/24/2013

Between January and May 2013, more than 1.18 million tourists visited Lhasa City, the capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region in the southwest region of China. Statistics from Lhasa’s tourism bureau showed that the number of visitors increased by 35.9 percent from the same time period last year, and tourism revenue reached 1.03 billion Chinese yuan (166.7 million U. ...Read More

Beauty of Yangtze River Brought to North America06/20/2013

A Chinese delegation seeking to boost tourism to China’s Yangtze River recently visited key cities in North America, including New York, Washington D.C. and Toronto. The theme, “Explore the Magical Yangtze,” highlighted some of the sites that can be explored on China’s Yangtze River, including the Three Gorges Dam, the Qinghai-Tibet Railway and other sometimes ...Read More

Hilton Opens New Hotel in Shijiazhuang, China06/20/2013

The Hilton Shijiazhuang recently opened, making it the first Hilton hotel in northern China. Shijiazhuang is the capital city of Hebei Province and is approximately 170 miles southwest of Beijing. Shijiazhuang is the economic, political, cultural and scientific center of the province, and the new Hilton property is located in the heart of downtown Shijiazhuang. This n ...Read More

Explore the Magical Yangtze River06/11/2013

When most North American travelers think of China, visions of the Great Wall and the Terracotta Warriors likely come to mind. But the third longest river in the world, the Yangtze River, is also a sight worth seeing while in Asia – and an ideal travel route. The Yangtze River originates in the mountains of Tibet, in the world’s highest plateau, and flows east, co ...Read More

Visitors to Beijing Can Now Retrieve Prohibited Goods05/31/2013

Beijing recently began allowing passengers from 45 countries to stay in the city for up to 72 hours without a visa, making visiting the capital city even easier. Now, Beijing is also allowing visitors to store goods that are prohibited from entering Beijing, such as food and even pets, upon arrival and then allowing these visitors to retrieve them upon departure. Beij ...Read More

Guangzhou Announces 72-Hour Visa-Free Stay05/27/2013

Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong Province and the third largest city in China, will allow transit passengers from 45 countries to stay in the city for 72 hours without a visa, similar to the new policy announced in Beijing and Shanghai. Guangzhou is an important center in south China, with a large airport that sees thousands of international passenger arrivals ...Read More

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