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Qingdao Adopts 72-hour Visa-free Policy11/25/2015

Qingdao is well known for its soft sand, flat beaches and twisting coastline. The city has started to offer 72-hour visa-free entry for international transit passengers as of Nov 16, 2015. Travelers from 51 countries including the United States, France, Italy, Brazil, Australia, South Korea, Japan and Singapore may enter without visas under the policy. Passengers a ...Read More

CITM, Largest Travel Show in Asia11/05/2015

China International Travel Mart (CITM) is an annual event held in Shanghai and Kunming in alternate years. As the largest professional travel show in Asia, CITM attracts buyers and sellers from the travel and tourism industry worldwide. CITM participants include international and domestic tourist organizations (such as China’s 31 provinces, autonomous regions and Ho ...Read More

China Eastern Adds Shanghai Flights from New York and Chicago11/05/2015

Beginning December 12, 2015, China Eastern Airlines will add a new evening departure from Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport, joining the current 1130 flight. The new daily flight will depart Shanghai at 1930, arriving at New York’s JFK airport at 2200. The return flight will depart New York at 0100 and arrive in Shanghai at 0520 the following day. Beginning ...Read More

China World Heritage Tourism Promotion Alliance in Beijing11/04/2015

The China World Heritage Tourism Promotion Alliance was founded in Beijing in October to promote the country's 48 world heritage sites abroad. The alliance, initiated by Beijing Municipal Commission of Tourism Development, has 32 members including provinces and cities with abundant tourism resources, and world heritage sites such as the Dujiangyan irrigation system in ...Read More

Giant Panda Cubs Shown to Public in Chengdu11/04/2015

A group of 15 giant panda cubs was recently shown to public for first time after being born at the world-famous Giant Panda Breeding base in Chengdu, Sichuan Province. The adorable pandas are listed as endangered in the World Conservation Union's “red list,” and are cared for by workers aiming to increase the captive population. Despite being one of the world's mo ...Read More

Tourists Drawn to Heritage and Mystery of Western China11/04/2015

Increasingly, foreign tourists are enjoying activities in the sand at a scenic area of Kumutage Desert in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. Xinjiang's desert features warmer temperatures in the autumn season. Shaded under trees, many of which have been there for hundreds of years, tourists visit the grounds of a temple in Tianshui in Gansu province. ...Read More

Air China to Promote Tax Refund Program11/02/2015

Air China, the nation's flagship carrier, will promote a tax refund program for overseas tourists to the capital. More than 18,000 domestic and international Air China flights soon will start broadcasting an introductory video about Beijing's tax refund program that began on July 1. The airline now operates 108 overseas routes connecting the Chinese mainland with 62 o ...Read More

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