The 2015 Yangtze River Culture Festival has begun in Zhangjiagang in the Jiangsu province.
This month, the China World Heritage Tourism Promotion Alliance was founded in Beijing. The new scheme will be promoting the 48 UNESCO World Heritage sites that are in China to international visitors.
More and more visitors to China are getting up close and personal with nature after it was revealed that forestry tourism has become a major draw for many tourists visiting the country.
Investment in railways and the export of its technology is key to the future growth of China’s economy. Chancellor George Osborne visited China earlier this month to boost trade links between the UK and China.
Beijing welcomed more than 11.5 million holidaymakers during the Golden Week holiday, which is celebrated from October 1st to commemorate the founding of the People’s Republic of China.
Xinjiang, a territory in the northwest of China, is set to be transformed into a tourism hub by the Chinese government.
There are so many reasons why people should try Kung Fu that don’t just involve the stereotype of trying to be like Bruce Lee, Jet Li and Jackie Chan.
Hundreds of homes in Chuansha New Town, a district of Shanghai, are set to be opened to holidaymakers as part of a new scheme by the Chinese government.