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People will soon be able to apply for permission to visit the famous Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes in northwest China's Gansu province over the internet.
Lee Young-ae Arrives Harbin to Promote the Ice and Snow Festival
South Korean star Lee Young-ae has arrived in Harbin, the capital city of northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, to promote the 8th Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival.
• China to Raise Railway Speed on April 18
Trains in China will run faster starting from April 18 as the country's railway authority is preparing for the sixth nationwide train speed acceleration plan, Xinhua reported on Thursday.
• Hainan Promotes Charitable Travel Project
Travelers to south China's Hainan province can now do their bit to help children living in poverty through the new "One More Kilogram" project organized by local travel agencies and scenic spots.
• Dial 114 if You're Lost in Tianjin
People in Tianjin will be able to ring the new 114 inquiry hotline to locate a specific address of a residential area or a hutong from the start of this year.
• Beijing to Invest 6 Mln Yuan on Renovating Subway Toilets
Beijing has decided to spend 6 million yuan or about 750,000 US dollars on renovating the toilets in its subway stations in 2007, Beijing Morning Post reports.
• British Tourism Chiefs Red-faced over Porn Weblink
Britain's tourism agency apologised for a link on its website which directed visitors to a pornography page.
• Cold Rains Pour over Tourists
Rainy days will last until the end of New Year holiday, or Wednesday, and the mercury will keep between 7 to 10 degrees Celsius in Shanghai.
• Agents Brought to Book
Travel agencies in Shanghai are urged to provide details of charges included in contracts signed with tourists, Shanghai Tourism Trade Association said.
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