- A cradle of the revolution
Jiangxi province hosts cities and rural settlements that were crucial to the operations of the Party and Red Army in the early 20th century and remain important to public education today, report Cheng Yuezhu in Beijing and Wang Jian in Nanchang.
- Tibetan New Year draws more tourists to Northwest China
For the first time, Guo Yuchao, a 33-year-old programmer, had the chance to experience the unique Tibetan culture of Losar, or the Tibetan New Year.
- Over 90,000 visitors recorded to Macao during Spring Festival holiday
A total of 90,615 visitors arrived in Macao during the Spring Festival holiday from Feb 11 to 17, a drop of 65.3 percent year on year, the Macao Government Tourism Office said on Friday.
- Beijing registers strong recovery in Spring Festival tourist visits amid COVID-19 epidemic
?Tourists are swarming back to Beijing's major attractions, with the visitor numbers during the first three days of the Spring Festival holiday bouncing back to 91 percent of the 2019 level despite stringent anti-epidemic measures in place.
- People forego travel and celebrate Spring Festival in their own ways
?Over 100 million Chinese people stayed put during the Spring Festival to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but that did not result in any lack of festive atmosphere, as they celebrated the festival in their own ways, Chinanews.com has found.
- Disney Q1 revenue down 22 pct from last year due to pandemic
The Walt Disney Company on Thursday reported a revenue of 16.24 billion U.S. dollars for its fiscal first quarter of 2021, down 22 percent year over year as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
- Past resonates at ancient site on Silk Road
In the Dunhuang grottoes and surrounding areas in Gansu province, visitors can hear voices from the dust and sample the flavors of life long ago
- Tourism thrives in Beijing during Spring Festival holiday
The Chinese capital Beijing became a tourist magnet during the week-long Spring Festival holiday, recording over 6.63 million visits made by tourists as the holiday ended Wednesday.
- Chinese tourists keen on short-distance travel, focus on safety: report
Chinese tourists showed more interest in near destinations and focused more on safety in travel consumption in 2020, a recent report showed.
- Hong Kong Disneyland, Ocean Park to be reopened
The government of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) decided Tuesday to relax COVID-19 epidemic containment measures to allow some venues, including theme parks, to resume operation on a limited basis in response to the slowing epidemic.
- Reporter's log: A tourist carries home vivid images of people obscured by sands of time
I was like opening a sealed box with unknown contents when the guide randomly opened one of the old caves at Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. Excited, inquisitive tourists then embarked on a journey of mystery.
- A discovery channel
Program seeks to boost the countryside economy by promoting the cultural and historical appeal of rural areas among young tourists, Yang Feiyue reports.
- 'Ox' to give major cities a lift
It's considered an enormous sacrifice for a worker on the Chinese mainland to give up joining in the annual Spring Festival travel rush back to their hometowns to be with their families for the biggest traditional festival on the Chinese calendar.
- 'Hey, here we are'
China's big-spending vacationers have been plying the globe for decades to experience its cultural and entertainment riches. During a bruising 2020, however, pandemic-enforced quarantines, entry bans and other restrictions kept some 600 million tourists — roughly 40 percent of the country's population — at home.
- A desolate village evolves into tourism hot spot
Zhou Ailin has become accustomed to ecstatic applause from a large audience whenever she finishes her folk singing at Kongfang village, Yingshan county, Hubei province's Huanggang city.
- China's winter tourism embraces rapid development
China's winter tourism, or "white economy," achieved rapid recovery in the second half of 2020 despite the impacts from COVID-19. The revenue of the sector climbed 13.61 percent and order volume 23.46 percent from a year ago.
- Jilin's natural beauty showcased online
At the beginning of the new year, the China Tourism Office in Seoul and the Jilin Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism jointly launched a photo and video exhibition entitled Visiting China Online – Jilin Province, inviting friends from South Korea to learn about the wonderful scenery of Jilin.
- Beijing sees 1.42t yuan of cultural revenue in 2020
The development of Beijing's cultural industry has maintained a good momentum, with the total revenue of major companies in the sector exceeding 1.42 trillion yuan ($220 billion) in 2020.
- Home among a thousand sorrows
During his three-year-and-nine-month stay in the cottage, Du Fu (712-770), who is one of China's most revered poets, penned 240 of his 1,400 extant poems.
- Reviving the riverside
The banks of the Huangpu River and Suzhou Creek are being transformed from dull industrial zones into colorful leisure areas, Xing Yi reports in Shanghai.
- Training a lens on China's railway
It is a train of events, literally, that has changed his life. Traveling on them, taking photos and discussing the latest information about them is an indispensable part of Guan Junhong's existence. Their arrivals and departures are the timetable around which his life revolves.
- Airbnb: Chinese hosts local travel influencers
Chinese hosts are local travel influencers, who always share the most authentic ways to enjoy destinations with guests, said a report released on Jan 18 by the lodging and short-term vacation rental provider Airbnb.
- A city built by water
The development of Yangzhou and the waterway has remained inexorably intertwined for millennia, Cheng Yuezhu reports.
- Light decorations for upcoming Spring Festival in Xi'an
Light decorations for upcoming Spring Festival in Xi'an
- Beijing Universal Resort prepares for opening
Construction of The Universal Beijing Resort is complete and the facility is preparing to open, according to local authorities.
- Decorations set up to greet upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year in Macao
Decorations set up to greet upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year in Macao
- Beijing seeks to integrate culture and tourism
Experts discussed the integration of culture and tourism to boost travel consumption at the Capital Tourism Development Forum in Beijing in late December.
- NW China's Shaanxi to build giant panda scientific park
Northwest China's Shaanxi province will build a giant panda scientific park in its capital Xi'an, according to the Qinling panda breeding and research center.
- Online travel agency launches destination account
China's major online travel agency, Trip.com Group, kicked off its first destination account with Guangdong-based Chimelong resort on Saturday.
- Journeys through the New Year
The recent holiday confirmed a healthy travel market amid intensified COVID-19 measures, Yang Feiyue reports.