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Tianjin to Develop Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal-themed Tour Packages03/28/2013

According to the China National Tourism Administration (CNTA), Tianjin Municipal City will offer new travel products for visitors to the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal. The 112 mile-long Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal flows through 30 cities in China including Beijing, Tianjin, Shandong, Hebei, Jiangsu, and Zhejiang. The south part of the Canal starts from Jiuxuanzha in J ...Read More

“Century Paragon” River Cruise Ship: Continental Style on the Yangtze03/25/2013

Century Cruises launched its 398-passenger river cruise ship, the Century Paragon, last week, kicking off Century Cruises’ goal to bring upscale river cruising – akin to the high-end river cruises of Europe – to China’s Yangtze River. The Century Paragon features enhanced mechanics, making for a smooth, no-vibration sailing experience. Other amenities include ...Read More

Ancient Xi’an Restored in Major Preservation Project03/22/2013

Xi’an, located in the Shaanxi province of China, is an ancient city that has thousands years of history and attract millions of tourists each year. Dating back to the Western Han Dynasty, Xi’an was known as Chang’an, which means “perpetual peace” in classical Chinese, and was an ancient capital for more than 10 dynasties. It was also the center of Chinese po ...Read More

China Garden Museum to Open its Doors May 1803/21/2013

The China Garden Museum, which has been under construction in the southern area of Beijing, will officially open its doors on May 18 to coincide with the opening day of the China International Garden Expo. The museum is located in Fengtai district, in the southwestern region of Beijing, and will offer more than 4,000 exhibits showcasing classical, as well as modern, ...Read More

Lijiang Comes to NYC’s Times Square03/18/2013

A video entitled “Welcome to Lijiang” and featuring the natural scenery and ethnic culture and customs of the Lijiang area is now playing in New York’s Times Square daily. The video is about two minutes long and consists of four “chapters” that represent aspects of Lijiang. The video runs on the monstrous Xinhua News Agency screen for all the world to see, a ...Read More

Wanted: A New Marco Polo in Hangzhou03/18/2013

Hangzhou, the capital of China’s Zhejiang Province, recently launched a program they’re calling “Finding a New Marco Polo” with the objective of recruiting a foreign representative to promote the city to the world. More than 800 years ago, Marco Polo visited Hangzhou and declared it “the most splendid city in the world,” and the destination continues to li ...Read More

Tianjin Expands Tourist Attractions03/18/2013

The city of Tianjin will be developing several new attractions to fulfill their goal of becoming an international tourist attraction by 2020. Five major areas will be focused on for the promotion of tourism to Tianjin, among them cruise ships and yachters, commercial/MICE travel, and leisure tourism. With the increase of tourism facilities, Tianjin hopes to welcome se ...Read More

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