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China Eastern To Build $2 Billion Base At New Beijing Airport04/28/2017

China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) recently approved plans for China Eastern Airlines to build a $2 billion base for a new airport servicing Beijing. Once completed, the airport will vie for the title of world’s largest. According to the NDRC, 30% of the investment will be made by China Eastern, with the balance to be covered by domest ...Read More

Hilton Debuts New Resort in Tibet Autonomous Region04/28/2017

[caption id="attachment_9632" align="alignnone" width="675"] Photo: Hilton Worldwide[/caption] Hilton recently announced the opening of the Hilton Linzhi Resort in China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Located between the Himalayas and Yarlung Zangbo River, Hilton Linzhi Resort is set amidst 800 acres dotted with big flower peonies, a symbol of traditional Tibetan me ...Read More

Inner Mongolia Brings Its Rich Culture to U.S.04/27/2017

The Inner Mongolia Art Theater recently thrilled audiences in Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma with dancing, singing, and acrobatics performances. To celebrate Spring Festival, 22 performers participated in the cultural visit. The Chinese artists performed Mongolian-style songs, folk dance, acrobatics, khoomei (throat-singing) and played traditional instruments lik ...Read More

Guizhou Launches Tourism Deals04/27/2017

Located in southwestern China, Guizhou province is introducing new tourism policies to attract more travelers in the coming months. The province will offer tourists free tickets to major scenic spots between April 29 and May 16, and then half-price tickets from May 17 to June 10. Flights connecting Guizhou to Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei will be discounted from A ...Read More

Spring Season Attracts Climbers to Tibet Peaks04/24/2017

More than 300 mountaineers from around the world will try to conquer some of the planet's highest peaks during this year's spring climbing season in the Tibet autonomous region. Adventurers from 30 countries filed climb plans with the Tibet Mountaineering Association ahead of the season, which began April 10 and runs for 60 days. Tibet is home to the world's hi ...Read More

Chinese Language Day Celebrated at the United Nations04/24/2017

"If you can speak Chinese and can write Chinese characters, you can get to know China better," Stephen A. Orlins, an expert on US-China relations, said last Thursday. Joining UN staff members celebrating the Chinese Language Day, Orlins, who is president of the National Committee on US-China Relations, made the remarks in Chinese at the United Nations headquarters ...Read More

“Born in China” from Disneynature Now in Theatres04/21/2017

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