Harbin is regarded as China’s coldest city, but it has also become one of the country’s most popular holiday destinations in winter.
China’s Single’ Day 2015 is upon us – and is expected to once again surpass the mammoth sales of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, reaching record sales levels.
The Chinese capital is one of the most visited places in the world and for good reason: there is so much to see and do.
Fans of the Hunger Games got really excited after it was just announced that China is set to welcome an attraction that has been based on the Hunger Games movies.
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.