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Sheraton Opens New Hotel in Chongming05/30/2017

Marriott International continues its expansion in China with the opening of the Sheraton Shanghai Chongming Hotel. The property features 295 guestrooms, including suites and villas. The hotel also offers a fitness center, heated indoor pool, and sauna spa. Two restaurants serve a range of high quality cuisine: Feast offers all-day international favorites, while ...Read More

Palace Museum Opens New Branch in Xiamen05/30/2017

[caption id="attachment_9676" align="alignnone" width="800"] Photo: Chinanews.com[/caption] The Palace Museum recently opened a new museum of foreign antiques in Xiamen, the coastal city in east China. Located on the resort island of Gulangyu, the museum features china, pottery and enamel vessels from Britain, France, Germany, and the United States, among others ...Read More

New Pact To Boost Tourism Under Belt and Road Initiative05/30/2017

The Beijing-based World Tourism Cities Federation is set to sign an agreement with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization to boost tourism. Under the agreement, both sides will work to publicize the culture and history of China and countries and cities involved in the Belt and Road Initiative. The agreement is expected to strengthen the development of tourism in cou ...Read More

Shanghai Tower Opens Sightseeing Deck05/23/2017

  China's highest building, Shanghai Tower, recently opened its 118th floor sightseeing deck to the public. The Top of Shanghai observatory, 1,791 feet (546 m) above ground and surrounded by a glass wall, allows visitors a 360-degree panoramic view. In just 55 seconds, visitors can rise into the sky for a bird's-eye view of the cityscape. Shanghai Tower ...Read More

Two Chinese Geoparks Enter UNESCO’s Global Geoparks Network05/23/2017

Arxan National Geopark, located in northwest China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, and Koktokay National Geopark, located in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, were recently approved to enter the Global Geoparks Network established by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Arxan National Geopark (pictured above) is cha ...Read More

Maritime Silk Road Exhibition Opens at Forbidden City05/23/2017

The latest exhibition at the Palace Museum in Beijing, titled “The Forbidden City and the Maritime Silk Road,” has opened to the public. The exhibit features 140 pieces and sets related to cultural treasures of the ancient Maritime Silk Road. The items on display include ceramics, paintings, calligraphy, books, gold and silverware, timepiece, scientific ins ...Read More

“Beautiful China, More than Pandas” Marketing Campaign Comes to North America05/19/2017

A new global tourism marketing campaign will be coming to the North American market: "Beautiful China, More than Pandas." The campaign features the giant panda as the face of China as a tourism destination. The friendly panda image welcomes tourists to include China as part of their travel plans so they can see the cute and furry bear up close, while also becom ...Read More

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