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New Subway Lines in Beijing on fast track03/11/2013

Beijing will open a new subway line, the Line 14, and complete the extension of the existing Line 10, this May to improve transportation in the southern part of the city. Once the last two stations of Line 10 are open to the public in May, it will become the longest line in the city. These improvements to the subway lines have proven to ease transportation throughout ...Read More

The Wall Street Journal Reveals Four Off-the-Beaten-Path Things to See & Do in Beijing03/01/2013

Off-the-Beaten Path in Beijing                                        The Wall Street Journal featured new things to do in Beijing, China, in its travel section this month. Entitled “Only in...Beijing,” the article highlights “four oddball things worth slowing down for in China’s frenetic capital” and goes beyond the ...Read More

High-Speed Railroads from Beijing are Massively Successful Ways to Travel in China02/28/2013

Rail Travel Prevails                                        The high-speed railway line that connects Beijing and Shanghai – and cuts travel time between the two major cities from eight-plus hours to only five hours – has already reached more than 100 million passenger trips since its initial operation in June 2011. The Be ...Read More

CNN Travel Touts China’s Most Beautiful Water Towns02/19/2013

Water Towns of China                                        China is known the world over as one of the fastest-growing countries. But beyond its skyscrapers and modern innovations, China is still home to many breathtaking historic and natural sites that have retained their authenticity. CNN Travel has recognized this and share ...Read More

Hangzhou a New Hot Spot to Visit for History and Culture in China01/22/2013

Hangzhou: China Hot-Spot                                        Hangzhou, the capital of China's Zhejiang Province, has launched a new campaign to promote tourism to the area, and hopes to welcome Americans and Canadians. More than 800 years ago, Marco Polo visited Hangzhou and declared it "the most splendid city in the world, ...Read More

Mission Hills Launches New Short-Stay Holiday Packages01/16/2013

Mission Hills Offers New Packages           Mission Hills has launched two enticing short-stay packages for golfers and families in its Haikou resort on the tropical island of Hainan in China. Mission Hills Haikou boasts ten world-class golf courses set amid rugged black lava rock – with its crown jewel Blackstone course considered among the best in Asia. Tho ...Read More

Air China to Launch Non-Stop Service Between Houston and Beijing01/14/2013

Air China Launches Houston-Beijing Route Starting July 11, 2013, Air China will commence 4-times-weekly service between Houston’s George Bush Airport (IAH) and Beijing, China (PEK).  In 2011. an estimated 77,000 passengers travelled between Houston and mainland China, up 6.8 per cent on the previous year and more than double the figure from just five years ago. ...Read More

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