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Autonomous Regions

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Guangxi Zhuang

Known as the land of fruits or "Gui" for short, the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region offers convenient access to the sea and plays a significant ...Read More

Inner Mongolia Desert

Inner Mongolia

Ranking third in China, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region stretches like a belt straddling eight provinces and autonomous regions towards the ...Read More

Camel and Sand

Ningxia Hui

Originating from the middle of the Yangtze River, along the "Silk Road", Ningxia is a historical treasure trove. It was once an important route o ...Read More

Potala Palace

Tibet

Seated on a plateau at an altitude of more than 4,000 meters, Tibet is quite befittingly called the Roof of the World. It is also home to other i ...Read More

Xinjiang Village

Xinjiang Uygur

Founded in 1955, Xinjiang has the most expansive land area in China. Its name means the native land returned to the country derived from successi ...Read More

News

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  • 04/09/2015 Hainan Airlines Slated to Order $7.7 Billion of 787 Jets from Boeing...Read More
  • 04/09/2015 Beijing Hoping to Boost Tourism Starting with New York...Read More
  • 03/27/2015 Beijing Adds New Vintage Trolley Sightseeing Route...Read More
  • 03/27/2015 New Ancient Relics Found Well Preserved at Dig Sites in China...Read More