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Jinshanling Section of the Great Wall Welcomes 1,000 American Tourists04/19/2016

CNTA and Hebei Provincial People’s Government jointly launched the “1,000 American Tourists Visiting the Great Wall” event at Jinshanling Section of the Great Wall in Hebei province on March 25. The launch ceremony was addressed by CNTA Vice Chairman Li Shihong, Deputy Party Secretary of CPC Hebei Provincial Committee Zhao Yong, and Commercial Counsellor of Amer ...Read More

Wudalianchi Wins Top Conservation Award from UNESCO04/19/2016

Wudalianchi, the Chinese nature reserve in northeastern Heilongjiang province, was awarded the Michel Batisse Award at the 4th World Congress of Biosphere Reserves in Lima, Peru. Wudalianchi was recognized for its innovative solutions to problems related to environmental conservation, ecology and sustainable development. The Michel Batisse Award has been given out by ...Read More

United to Launch Nonstop Flight to Hangzhou04/15/2016

Beginning July 13, 2016 (and pending regulatory approval), United Airlines will begin nonstop service from San Francisco to Hangzhou, marking the airline’s 5th China route from San Francisco. United will be the first U.S. carrier to offer regularly scheduled service to Hangzhou. The airline will use its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners for its planned three weekly round ...Read More

New Airport Opens in north China’s Hebei Province04/15/2016

Qinhuangdao City, an international summer sea resort in north China’s Hebei Province, recently opened Beidaihe Airport. With expected passenger traffic projected to be more than 500,000 by 2020, the new airport can accommodate large and medium-sized aircraft. Beidaihe Airport is located 47 km (29.2 miles) from Qinhuangdao and has 70 scheduled domestic flights each ...Read More

Mt. Emei Provides Free WIFI04/15/2016

Mount Emei, in Sichuan province, recently announced that free Wi-Fi will be available to visitors. The service covers areas including Baoguo Temple, Qingyin Pavilion, Wannan Temple, Lei Dognaping station, and Golden Summit. Learn more about Mount Emei from their official travel reservation website at http://www.ciotour.com/. ...Read More

Universal Studios Beijing to Feature Monkey King04/15/2016

Universal Studios Beijing will highlight a theme park based on the Monkey King, a household name from the classic work “Journey to the West.” The theme park will be located in the Tongzhou District of Beijing. Once completed it would be Universal Studios’ largest theme park, expected to attract 10 million visitors worldwide per year. The theme park is expected t ...Read More

Shanghai Disney Resort to Open June 1604/15/2016

At double the size of Tokyo Disney and three times the size of Hong Kong Disney, Shanghai Disney will offer visitors six themed lands showcasing Disney’s legendary innovation and creativity. The resort is Disney’s first in mainland China and the newest world-class attraction in China. With activities for families, live entertainment, nighttime spectaculars and spe ...Read More

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