It is March and the cole flowers are in full blossom all across the hills of Jiangling Terrace Scenic Resort in China’s Wuyuan County. As the spring event coincides with International Women’s Day which falls on March 8, women from all over China are taking advantage of the special day by coming to Jiangling, Read More

On Forum International’s “In Search of Wild Pandas” adventure, guests journey into the heart of China’s Qinling Mountains to watch the panda, as well as other endangered species, enjoy a protected but fragile environment. And that is only one of the highlights of Forum International’s Journey to Understanding in China, which explores one of, Read More

THE Civil Aviation Authority of China (CAAC) has selected SITA, leading provider of air transport focused applications, communications and IT infrastructure, to provide a range of integrated airport systems, as part of the first phase of the new Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (GBIA) construction. GBIA will be the first international hub of China’s Civil, Read More

RMS Titanic, Inc. (BULLETIN BOARD: SOST) today announced its first Chinese license arrangement, which will present an R.M.S. Titanic Exhibition in Shanghai, China. The Exhibition will debut at the Oriental Pearl Tower Exhibition Center beginning August 12th and continuing through October 10th, 2004. The Exhibition was licensed to International Trade Promotion Corporation, which is, Read More

China remains the top interested market to the trade industry in the region according to a recent survey conducted at The 18th International Travel Expo Hong Kong (ITE HK 2004) while North Asia and Middle East recorded about 50% growth comparing to the survey done at the same travel expo in last September.  The, Read More

China Southern Airlines (NYSE: ZNH) (HKSE: 1055), www.cs-air.com/en, the largest airline in The People’s Republic of China is pleased to announce that the new fleet of ERJ145 commuter aircraft will be added to its Guangzhou Baiyun Airport base starting from July, offering passengers with new commuter routes and services.

On September first, Chinese travelers will have official authorization from their government to travel to many new European countries. Over all, 32 new destinations will receive Chinese travel groups amongst which there are Norway, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Rumania. Each of the 32 countries has been granted as “Approved destination Status” by the Chinese authorities. , Read More

All the indicators of China’s inbound tourism maintained the sturdy growth in May 2004. US$ 1.85 billion tourism receipts had been generated, up163.54% compared with May 2003, up 8.9% compared with May 2002.

Asia Pacific’s leading luxury hotel group, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, announced recently the opening of a five-star hotel in Ningbo in Zhejiang province, China in early 2007, at a ground-breaking ceremony in the city. Designed by Hong Kong-based Wong & Tung International Company, the 550-room Shangri-La Hotel, Ningbo will be located in the city’s, Read More

The Chinese capital Beijing issued a notice Tuesday to close down the SARS prevention headquarters and stop implementing emergency control measures as of June 1. In a similar move, the Chinese Ministry of Public Health also announced the suspension of daily surveillance reports on the SARS epidemic from June 1, saying that the latest, Read More