Landmarks of Macao: Ruins of St. Paul’s; She Jingwei; CGTN

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Yuhang’s charms call out to winter travelers; Wu Huixin; Shine

From classical tea culture, to food festivals and ancient ruins, Yuhang District in Hangzhou is fill…

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In pics: terracotta warriors at Emperor Qinshihuang’s Mausoleum Site Museum in Xi’an; Yurou; Xinhua

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A Journey To The Roof of the World; Kinnari Shah; Outlook India

Don’t miss out on a trip to Lhasa when you plan your first cross-border jaunt over the Himalaya…

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Quake-shattered Chinese national park Jiuzhaigou resumes normal operation; Li Yan; Xinhua

Jiuzhaigou National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its spectacular waterfalls, has resumed normal operation after two years of post-quake reconstruction recovered 85 percent of the park.

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Jiuzhaigou reopens to independent tourists; Mo Hong’e; ECNS

Jiuzhaigou, a scenic area on the UNESCO World Heritage list, reopened to independent tourists on Thursday, the first time since its closure after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake in August 2017.

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Top 15 family-friendly holiday destinations under 6 hours flight time and more!; Amirah Amran; AsiaOne

The year-end school holidays are always worth looking forward to. As a child, the school holidays meant a long-awaited trip to a new country unbeknownst to Amirah Amran. And even now, going on a holiday gets her excited beyond belief. Now if you are looking for great family-friendly destinations for the 2019 school holidays, you’ve got them all right here!

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Exploring China: The Definitive Chongqing Travel Guide; Augustman

Check out the best places to visit for food, entertainment, and accommodations in this Chongqing travel guide compiled by AUGUSTMAN.

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Finding beautiful countryside in east China’s Zhejiang; Cui Xingyu; CGTN

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Beijing excites with trendy cafes, funky shops, new airport and feasts for everyone; Juliana Loh; Straits Times

Beijing has a serious reputation as China’s seat of government compared with its decadent port-city sister Shanghai…

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Building on a legacy; Wang Kaihao; China Daily

The former director of the Dunhuang Academy’s unwavering commitment to conservation over the decades is being rightly celebrated, Wang Kaihao reports.

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The 13 man-made wonders of the world from the Louvre in Paris to magnificent Petra; Marjorie Yue; Daily Mirror

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China and France to Jointly Repair Notre Dame de Paris; Wang Kaihao; China Daily

When the oak-framed roof of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris burned to the ground in the blaze on April 15, people around the world wept…

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1,300-year-old Potala Palace in Tibet gets annual facelift; Huaxia; Xinhua 

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Japan’s Abe vows all out measures to rebuild iconic Okinawa castle after devastating blaze; Huaxia; Xinhua

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Suzhou’s Surging Wave Pavilion; Ryan McLaughlin; The Good Men Project

To say Suzhou has a lot of gardens is an understatement somewhat akin to saying China’s got a lot of people.

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A Tale of Two Chinese Cities; Melalin Mahavongtrakul; Bangkok Post

It was a gloomy morning when Melalin Mahavongtrakul arrived in Hangzhou, China. The overcast sky turned the entire city to quiet, grey grandeur under light drizzle as her bus pulled away from the airport to the city.

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19 Unmissable UNESCO World Heritage Sites in China; Ramsay Qubein; Fodor’s

China is remarkable in the number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites it contains. There are 53 in total, ranging from ancient ruins, walls, and cave drawings to stunning landscapes and sculpted gardens. From the Great Wall to the Grand Canal, here are some that you absolutely need to add to your China bucket list.

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Jia Zhangke Teams With Momo and Other Stories From Pingyao Film Festival; Bryan Grogan; That’s Magazine


Pingyao is basically one huge UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lesser known about the city, is that it is home to one of China’s best film festivals.

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12 Best Places to Visit in Asia; Diana Bocco; PlanetWare

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