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Shaolin Temple improves management, service

(Xinhua)

08:21, May 23, 2012

A new warning sign of the slippery surface is set on a stone bridge near the Shaolin Temple in Dengfeng City, central China's Henan Province, May 21, 2012. Shaolin has passed the reexamination by the country's tourist watchdog and kept its rating as a five-A tourist site earlier this month. A national committee on tourist site assessment at the end of last year issued a circular demanding that the temple overhaul its "chaotic operation" or forfeit its rating as a five-A tourist site. The circular said the temple had been overrun by vendors and rip-off businesses. Now Shaolin has improved a lot in its management and service and more tourists came to visit Shaolin these days. (Xinhua/Wang Song)
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