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  • China turns to digital approaches

     Wednesday, April 8, 2020

    In order to deflect the blow delivered by the novel coronavirus, China’s cultural and tourism industry has turned to digital approaches to pick up steam in its recovery and boosting fledgling businesses such as virtual tours.     As the …

  • China’s coronavirus epicenter Wuhan opens again as lockdown limit ease

     Wednesday, April 8, 2020

    The trains, buses and planes have started moving tens of thousands of passengers from Wuhan as the central Chinese city, the initial epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, emerges from an 11-week lockdown. From Wednesday, Wuhan’s 11 million residents can travel …

  • China’s Qingming festival boosts domestic tourism recovery

     Tuesday, April 7, 2020

    The traditional Qingming festival attracts thousands of domestic tourists every year. Here the people can enjoy with bike riding, bird watching, or simply enjoying the natural scenery against the blue sky. A wild duck lake wetland in suburban Beijing has …

  • Chinese theme parks slowly reopen after months of closure

     Monday, April 6, 2020

    After months of battle against the COVID-19 pandemic, China has slowly started to experience the taste of victory. Although the fear of the second phase of coronavirus spread remains, Chinese citizens have started moving out of their residences. In addition, …

  • China can face 1.2 trillion yuan (US$169 billion) loss from tourism sector

     Monday, April 6, 2020

    Due to rapid spread of coronavirus or COVID 19, China can face a huge loss in travel and tourism sector.  Benjamin Cowling, a professor of epidemiology and bio-statistics at Hong Kong University said that China is keeping a close eye …

  • China’s Huangshan Mountains or Yellow Mountains swamped by visitors

     Monday, April 6, 2020

    A popular mountain range in southeast China, Huangshan Mountains was forced to close after tens of thousands of people flocked to its trails over the weekend. The crowds flocking to the Huangshan, or Yellow Mountains, in Anhui province highlight the …

  • China observes a national day of mourning for victims of coronavirus

     Saturday, April 4, 2020

    Chinese President Xi Jinping led the whole country on Saturday in observing a national day of mourning for those who lost their lives in the coronavirus pandemic. Clad in black, Xi paid his respects to victims of the outbreak with …

  • Hainan to develop horse racing without betting

     Thursday, April 2, 2020

    Local authorities confirmed that South China’s island province of Hainan will develop horse racing without betting involved.     An official from Hainan’s sports bureau said that Hainan has no tradition and history of horse racing, so they need to …

  • Chengdu to introduce two new express metro lines

     Thursday, April 2, 2020

    The Chinese city of Chengdu is set to introduce two new express metro lines. The lines 17 and 18 are scheduled to open later this year. The two express metro lines would operate using trains with a maximum speed of …

  • Air China fears short term operating loss due to COVID-19

     Wednesday, April 1, 2020

    China’s flag carrier Air China recently issued a warning in regard to the fear of short term operating loss. The warning comes in light of the coronavirus pandemic as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise across the globe. …

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