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  • E. China's Hangzhou to build 18 representative cultural and tourism sites in 3 years

    Hangzhou, capital city of east China's Zhejiang Province, recently launched a plan to build 18 representative cultural and tourism scenic spots with international influence and high quality within three years, aiming to promote the integration of Hangzhou's cultural and tourism industries.

    September09,2020


  • CEIS signs agreement with Luoyang to compile cultural and tourism integrated development index

    China Economic Information Service (CEIS) of Xinhua News Agency signed an agreement with Luoyang Culture, Radio, Television and Tourism Administration recently to co-develop an index reflecting the cultural and tourism integrated development of Luoyang, a city in central China's Henan Province.

    September02,2020


  • N China's Inner Mongolia promotes business matchmaking for 88 cultural and tourism projects

    A business matchmaking conference to promote government-bank-enterprise cooperation on 88 cultural and tourism projects was recently held in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, aimingto step up the recovery and development of cultural tourism in the post-epidemic era, reported Inner Mongolia Daily on Wednesday.

    July24,2020


  • China's cultural and tourism industry to turn crisis into opportunity

    Due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus epidemic, China's cultural and tourism industry has been greatly affected in the past six months. However, the rise of the stay-at-home economy and digital economy has also brought opportunities for the development of China's cultural and tourism industry

    July23,2020


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