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China’s First Large Homemade Passenger Jet to Fly in 201703/06/2017

[caption id="attachment_9510" align="alignnone" width="640"] (AP Photo)[/caption] Many years in the making, China’s first large homemade passenger jet will fly in the first half of 2017. State-owned aircraft maker Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China Ltd., or Comac, based in Shanghai, has nearly completed work on the 175-passenger C919. The aircraft is schedu ...Read More

Seven Most Beautiful Art Museums in China03/03/2017

Pictured above: Yu Qingcheng Gallery, Tianjin (photograph: Arch20.com, courtesy of Zhanghua Architects) 1. Tree Art Museum, Beijing As a landmark structure in renowned art village Songzhuang (a small town on the outskirts of Beijing), Tree Art Museum lures visitors in with a courtyard with a pool. Looking out of the French windows of the two-story structure, the ...Read More

Update from 2017 National Tourism Work Conference in Changsha03/03/2017

The 2017 National Tourism Work Conference was recently held in Changsha. The central task for 2017 is “to accelerate the transition from extensive tourism development to comparatively intensive development.” CNTA Chairman Li Jinzao called for expansion of efforts to promote holistic tourism, deepening reform of the comprehensive tourism system, furthering the d ...Read More

2017 is the Year of Silk Road Tourism03/03/2017

To further enhance the image of China tourism, China National Tourism Administration headquarters has introduced a brand new promotional slogan “China – Beyond Your Imagination.” 2017 is the third consecutive year celebrating “Year of Silk Road Tourism,” and the theme slogan will continue to be “Explore Beautiful China along the Silk Road.” The ...Read More

CNTO & Partners Participate in New York Times Travel Show02/03/2017

China National Tourist Office in New York, Guizhou, Henan, Chinese destinations and a number of Chinese airlines participated in the annual New York Times Travel Show, which took place January 27-29, 2017 at the Javits Convention Center in New York. The exhibition is the largest tourism exhibition in the U.S., with more than 500 exhibitors from 150 countries and regio ...Read More

Paper-cuttings welcome New Year01/26/2017

Famous print artist Wang Shaotang has created a new paper-cutting work, Jiqingyouyu, to welcome the year of the rooster. The art of paper-cutting in China may date back to the second century AD, since paper was invented by Cai Lun in the Eastern Han Dynasty(25-220 AD) in China. As paper became more affordable, paper-cutting became one of the most important of Chinese ...Read More

Food insider: The Spring Festival dish on every Cantonese table01/26/2017

On the eve of Chinese New Year, the have-must dish on every Cantonese dinner table is the magnificent and auspicious poon choi, which contains up to 20 luxury ingredients served in a big wooden or claypot bowl. The dish literally translates to "basin feast" because the dish was originally served in a washbasin. [caption id="attachment_9448" align="aligncenter" widt ...Read More

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