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Kunming to Be 3-Day VISA-FREE!
July 23, 2014
Kunming has got approval to launch its 72-hour visa-free transit policy. It is the 10th city to implement this more
New Air Route Xi'an–Huangshan–Xiamen to Open March 16, 2011

Huangshan Airport will open a new air route: Xi’anHuangshan on March 27, 2011.

A 5.8-Magnitude Earthquake Jolted Southwest China's Yunnan February 10, 2014

A 5.8-magnitude earthquake hit Yingjiang County in southwest China's Yunnan Province on Thursday afternoon, March 10, 2011. 25 people were killed and 250 others injured after the 5.8-magnitude earthquake jolted Yingjiang County in southwest China's Yunnan Province, according to the county government.

New Flight Service from Chongqing to Hanoi to Open February 10, 2014

A new international flight service direct from Chongqing to Hanoi (the capital of Vietnam) will be opened by Sichuan Airlines on March 6, 2011. It is hoped it will promote touristic, cultural and economic communication between Vietnam and China. Hence the voyage from China to Vietnam can be shorten to 2 hours (compared with about a day before).

New China Highlights’ Tours to Southeast Asia February 10, 2014

China Highlights has just completed our first 10-day Vietnam Discovery tour for Judith and Phil Fisher. They have reported that they had a great trip in Vietnam which went off without a hitch.

Cruise Ships Victoria Star and Victoria Queen Being Upgraded February 10, 2014

Two sister cruise ships on the Yangtze River, Victoria Star and Victoria Queen, have closed for renovation. Being recognized as two of the leader ships on the Yangtze River, they will appear in public with brand-new service facilities.

4 Great Things to Do in China 2011 April 4, 2014

Have you ever been regretful for missing the opportunities of personally experiencing the great events in China during the past year? Did you still immerse yourself into the wonderful and memorable tours in China in 2010? Are you looking forward to the top things to do in China 2011? Following are some top things to do in China for 2011 selected elaborately by China Highlights, let us take a glance and open the picture of hottest Chinese tours in 2011.

The 27th Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival Kicks Off February 9, 2013

The 27th China Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival kicks off today (January 5, 2011) in Harbin, the capital city of Heilongjiang Province, and it will last to February 17, 2011 (which is the Chinese Lantern Festival in 2011).

Cold Weather Grips Most of China April 20, 2014

Cold weather has persisted in China since the end of December last year, with snowy or rainy weather hitting most parts of China. The temperature in South China hovers around 0° C (32° F), while that of most North China is under 0° C (32° F).  The National Meteorological Center (NMC) has issued that most of China will be persistently in grip of cold weather in following three days (from January 5 to January 7).

The 16th Jilin International Rime Ice and Snow Festival to Open February 10, 2014

According to the latest information, the 16th Jilin International Rime Ice and Snow Festival will be open on January 4, 2011 in Jilin City, Jilin Province. The rime is a natural phenomena turning up in the bank of the Songhua River during severe winter, that, the willow branches and pine needles along the river are all hanging with pure white rimes in shapes of silk threads, chrysanthemums and corals. The wonder often appears in the early morning of the period from December to February in next year.

Cold Weather Remains February 10, 2014

During past three days, whole China has a drop on temperature  with most parts of Northeast China were hit by a heavy snow, and most parts of South China were controlled by rainy weather. As the cold front moving towards south continuingly, the temperature of most regions of China will reduce by 6° C (43° F) in follow three days, and even 10° C (50 ° F) in some areas. The lowest temperature in Shenyang these days is as low as -22° C (-7° F)