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Capital Museum Hosts Monkey-themed Exhibition02/19/2016

A monkey-themed exhibition recently opened at the Capital Museum in Beijing to mark the start of the Year of the Monkey. Monkey-themed cultural relics are on display at the exhibition, which will run until March 13. The oldest relic dates back nearly 8,000 years. This is the 9th consecutive year the Capital Museum has presented an exhibition themed "Spending the Sprin ...Read More

Condé Nast Traveler Features Guilin Fairy Tale Qualities02/19/2016

The venerable travel magazine recently published a fun story about the “20 Places That Are Straight Out of Fairy Tales,” and featured Reed Flute Cave in Guilin. Click here to see the photograph and story. ...Read More

Mission Hills Centreville Haikou Opens in Hainan02/15/2016

Mission Hills China recently announced the opening of Mission Hills Centreville Haikou, a low-carbon-footprint urban complex covering 59 acres. With $1.6 billion in investments, the development of hotels, offices, parks, shopping, culture and art, is set to become the trendiest lifestyle destination in Hainan. The complex is strategically divided into four zones ...Read More

Suzhou Tourism Launches Social Media Campaign02/15/2016

Suzhou Tourism recently launched its new social media campaign: “A Virtual Look at Suzhou: Home to Culture, Canals, Cuisine and Craft.” The 2016 campaign marks the debut of the destination’s Instagram and YouTube accounts. The campaign will include an online sweepstakes, monthly giveaways, content creation, and more, with the goal of increasing visibility and aw ...Read More

Hangzhou Tourism Sponsors Super Bowl Promotion02/15/2016

In an effort to increase awareness of the rich travel offerings in Hangzhou, the Hangzhou Tourism Commission (HTC) recently ran a three-part promotion during Super Bowl 50. Hangzhou was the official international tourism partner for “The Night Before Concert” on Saturday, February 6, which was the night before the Super Bowl. Concert fans experienced a taste of ...Read More

New Airport at Mount Wudang, China’s Taoist Mountain02/08/2016

Mount Wudang, known for its Taoist temples in central China's Hubei Province, recently saw the opening of Wudangshan Airport. The first flight arrived from Wuhan, the capital of Hubei. The airport will welcome flights from Tianjin, Kunming, Hangzhou and Xi'an. The airport is 20 km (12 miles) from Mount Wudang and about 15 km (9.3 miles) from Shiyan city. The airport i ...Read More

Six Flags Begins Work on Theme Park In Haiyan02/08/2016

Six Flags Entertainment has begun construction of a $4.6 billion venture in Haiyan, south of Shanghai. The theme park, built in partnership with Chinese leisure and tourism developer Riverside Investment Group, is expected to open in 2019. The Six Flags park in Haiyan will feature a signature lineup of roller coasters, family rides and attractions and world-class show ...Read More

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