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  • China's tourism, consumption pick up during Dragon Boat Festival holiday

    The three-day Dragon Boat Festival holiday ending Saturday had seen China's tourist activities rebound and online consumption retain steam in fresh signs of post-epidemic recovery, reported Economic Information Daily on Monday.


  • S. China's Guilin hosts events to celebrate Cultural and Natural Heritage Day

    Guilin, one of leading tourist locations in China, has recently hosted a series of events to celebrate the Cultural and Natural Heritage Day, which falls on June 13 this year.


  • Across China: Tourism sows a bright future for ancient village

    Liu Shengxian, a farmer in east China's Anhui Province, did not expect that transplanting paddy - his traditional farm work - would become an object of interest for visitors from cities.


  • Chinese government spends more on culture, tourism in 2019

    The Chinese government allocated 106.5 billion yuan (about 15 billion U.S. dollars) for cultural and tourism development in 2019, up 14.7 percent year on year, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.


  • Stimulus to boost culture, tourism consumption in Beijing

    Beijing has announced a slew of measures to stimulate demand in the areas of culture and tourism as the city reins in the novel coronavirus, according to a new guideline issued by the municipal government.


  • China province offers e-vouchers to boost tourism

    Guizhou, a Chinese province known for its landscape resorts and ethnic culture, will offer vouchers worth 15 million yuan (about 2.11 million U.S. dollars) to boost consumption in the cultural and tourism industry which was severely affected by the COVID-19 epidemic.


  • E. China's Changzhou city to promote tourism via live broadcast

    A series of live broadcasts of tourist spots in Changzhou City of east China's Jiangsu Province, will be jointly launched by Xinhua News Agency and Kuaishou, a leading live streaming platform in China,on May 30 and May 31.


  • China Focus: Online visit, hometown travel: Tourism seeking paths out of virus doldrums

    As one of the sectors hit hardest by the epidemic, tourism is making a gradual comeback in China. The country is embracing the 10th China Tourism Day, which falls on May 19 each year, with smart efforts to deal with the fallout from the virus.


  • IHG partners with China's travel giant

    InterContinental Hotels Group PLC (IHG) said it launched its first online flagship store Thursday, as part of the partnership with China's largest online travel agency Group.


  • China's tourism market sees strong recovery: official

    China's tourism market saw a strong recovery during the five-day May Day holiday, an official said Friday.


  • Economic Watch: Long-awaited holiday ignites spending revival in China

    Fast food restaurant A'wen once again recorded over 10,000 monthly orders as customers with newly issued digital coupons flooded the eatery situated near North Bund in Shanghai.


  • China's Hubei receives 7.35 mln tourists during May Day holiday

    Central China's Hubei Province, which has been hit hard by the COVID-19 epidemic, received a total of 7.35 million tourists during the May Day holiday.


  • Tourists take over 50,000 trips to museums in Beijing during holiday

    Tourists took more than 50,000 trips to 19 museums in Beijing during the five-day May Day holiday, according to the Beijing Municipal Administration of Cultural Heritage Tuesday.


  • China's resort island looks to sports tourism for economic growth

    With the coronavirus outbreak steadily receding in China, the country's resort island Hainan, hopes the development of sports tourism will become a new economic growth point as the island province opens its arms to tourists again.


  • Domestic tourism rebounds in China amid emerging livestreaming

    China's tourism market has gained momentum with short distance journeys taking the lead as companies jump on the livestreaming bandwagon.


  • Shanghai int'l resort sees robust revenue growth in 2019

    The tourism revenue of Shanghai International Resort, home to Shanghai Disneyland, exceeded 10 billion yuan (1.4 billion U.S. dollars) in 2019, up 17 percent compared with the previous year, the resort said Sunday.


  • ​Live streaming becomes catalyst to revitalize tourism industry: report

    Live streaming is becoming a catalyst to revitalize the tourism industry for it serves as the best online scenario to connect tourism destinations and scenic spots with people, according to a report on tourism live streaming recently released by Mafengwo.


  • International economic, trade, tourism festival spurs dev. of E China's Yangzhou

    The 2020 China Yangzhou Flowery March International Economic, Trade and Tourism Festival kicked off on April 18 in Yangzhou of east China's Jiangsu Province with 36 key projects contracted at the opening ceremony.​


  • China Focus: Resort island steps up efforts to build int'l tourism, consumption center

    At a duty-free store in Sanya, a coastal city in south China's island province of Hainan, Li Wenhao was lining up to make a purchase at a cosmetics counter.


  • China Focus: Qingming festival boosts recovery of domestic tourism

    Bike riding, bird watching, or simply enjoying the natural scenery against the blue sky. A wild duck lake wetland in suburban Beijing has attracted urbanites during the traditional Qingming festival.


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