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Bird Watching Tour to Tianjin with the Newly Opened Birding Festival

North China sees its first snows in November. As the temperature drops, the migratory birds have flown southward, and some of them stop in Tianjin. Therefore it is time to head out for fall birding.  Approximately 130km away from the capital Beijing, Tianjin faces Bohai Gulf in the Pacific Ocean to the east, with Haihe River winding across the city. One of China’s top birding destinations, ...
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Hefei-Fuzhou High-speed Rail Offers China’s Most Scenic Train Trip

It isn’t China’s best known high-speed train, but since it deputed in late June 2015, Hefei-Fuzhou bullet train has gained great attention as it traverses through some of the country’s most beautiful destinations, making it ‘the most beautiful train ride in China’.Thanks to the world’s largest and most complicated high-speed rail network, travelling China by rail is a joy, not least for in ...
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Tusi Relics – New Sites in China Listed as UNESCO World Heritage

UN cultural organization UNESCO has inscribed China's three Tusi sites to the world's intangible heritage list at their 39th committee meeting in Bonn, Germany on July 4, 2015.Join Easy Tour China for a tailor-made China Heritage tour What is Tusi? Tusi refers to an ancient self-ruled system adopted by the feudal Chinese emperors to rule the multi-ethnic minority regions in the mountainous sou ...
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The Gyirong Port at China-Nepal Border Is Officially Opened

A renovated China-Nepal border port at Gyirong, South Tibet’s Shigatse city, was officially opened in December 1, 2014. Since 2006, Nepal has been Tibet's biggest trade partner for eight consecutive years. The Gyirong Port is expected to further facilitate bilateral economic development and boost tourism on both sides.  Recommended China Tibet Tours The Gyirong border port, which star ...
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China's Grand Canal And Silk Road Were Inscribed as World Heritage Sites

China's Grand Canal and ancient Silk Road were added to the World Heritage list on the 38th session of the UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee, held in Doha, the capital of Qatar on June 22, 2014.   The Grand Canal, also known as Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal is listed by UNESCO as the longest artificial waterway in the world. The 1,794-kilometer-long canal has a history of over 1,400 ye ...
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Guilin-Beijing High-Speed Train Service Opens

Good news: China’s eight major high-speed lines project - "four horizontal and four vertical" has taken shape with several new lines’ operation on December 28, 2013, including Guilin–Beijing line, Xiamen-Shenzhen line and Shanghai-Harbin line.High-speed Train Tours  recommended by Easytourchina(China's high-speed train)High-speed service reduces the travel time from Guilin, pictures ...
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Hungarian Wingsuit Flyer Died after A Tragic Jump in Zhangjiajie, China

Hungarian wingsuit flyer Victor Kovats was confirmed dead on October 9, 2013, after plunging into a valley of Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park during his warming-up performing flight for the upcoming 2nd Redbull WWL World Wingsuit Championship in Zhangjiajie of Central China's Hunan province on October 8, 2013. Kovats’ body was found with a smashed skull at the foot of 100m cliff by the ne ...
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