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  1. China-Denmark Tourism Year kicks off in Beijing

    02.25 / 01:50 www.china.org.cn China.org.cn - Travel
    The China-Denmark Tourism Year was launched in a grand fashion in Beijing on Friday as the two countries will try to market themselves as tourist destinations to each other's population throughout…
  2. First China-Myanmar tourist forum held to boost cooperation

    02.24 / 01:49 www.china.org.cn China.org.cn - Travel
    A China-Myanmar tourist cooperation forum, the first of its kind, will be held in Myanmar's capital of Nay Pyi Taw on March 1 to deepen bilateral exchanges in the tourism…
  3. Chinese tourists' manners improving

    02.24 / 01:49 www.china.org.cn China.org.cn - Travel
    Nearly half of the interviewees from major overseas tourism destinations in a recent survey said that Chinese outbound tourists have improved their manners in the past five…
  4. Tourism authorities to promote integration

    02.24 / 01:39 www.china.org.cn China.org.cn - Travel
    Experts have called for closer cooperation between the nine provinces and two municipalities along the route of the proposed Yangtze River economic belt to realize the goal of building an international tourism area along the river, in line with proposals presented more than a year…
  5. Contretemps of Chinese tourists abroad

    02.24 / 01:39 www.china.org.cn China.org.cn - Travel
    Chinese tourists keep making news, sometimes for the wrong reason. Thanks to the rapid growth in their numbers, Chinese tourists are ubiquitous in many countries; what has made them even more conspicuous is their propensity to travel in groups. Chinese tourists, especially independent travelers, are mostly huggable: they usually appear slightly befuddled, unsteady with their language abilities, erring on the side of caution in their effort to avoid causing offence, ever watchful and…
  6. Plane turns back after 1.5 hours due to half open door

    02.24 / 01:39 www.china.org.cn China.org.cn - Travel
    An Indonesian airliner had to turn back to the airport in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province after a door was found not properly…