For the first time in its history, the Chinese New Year celebrations will be joined by officially designed Chinese New Year mascots.
China is already a hugely popular destination, and according to a number of travel industry experts the country could be high on people’s travel bucket lists for 2016.
A giant golden statue of Chairman Mao – China’s founding father – has been erected in the countryside of Henan province.
Shanghai is one of a number of destinations that are expected to become hugely popular places to travel.
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.
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.