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China Tourism

Leisurely Strolling down Age-Old Lane(20031125)

The photo taken on Nov. 13, 2003 shows A quiet stone street called Xijie(West Street), in Yangshuo,a picturesque county at Guilin, southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.has becomes a major attraction to forgien tourists with its unique local architectural styles. (PD Photo/Sun Xiuling)  

Natural Beauty in Yangshuo(20031125)

The photo taken on Nov. 13, 2003 shows the beautiful scenery of the Yulong river in Yangshuo County of Guilin City, in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. As the old saying, "Guilin's scenery is the most beautiful in the world, Yangshuo's scenery is far more superior to Guilin".The scenic spot has attracted a large number of tourists this year.(PD Photo/Sun Xiuling)

Bio-Ecology farm attact more tourists (20031118)

Tourists view a vine full of tomatos at the Vegetable and Bio-Ecology Research Institute set up by Guo Runsheng, a farmer of Matou Village in Zhuozhou, a city in north China's Hebei Province, Nov. 16, 2003. Guo contracted 67 hectares of land to grow saplings in 1995. He set up a joint vegetable and bio-ecology research institute with Beijing Vegetable Research institute in 1999. Now, he earns a yearly income of more than 3 million RMB yuan (360,000 US dollars). (Xinhua)

Chinese style veranda bridge located in Lotus Township(20031021)

The photo taken Oct. 20, 2003 shows a Chinese style veranda bridge located in Lotus Township, 120 km. north of Guilin, one of the most famous tourism attractions in South China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Lotus Township is renowned for its rural landscapes and tourists can enjoy idyllized life here by picking fruits, drinking tea and rafting. (Xinhua)

Water scene to attract more tourists in ancient town (20031014)

Photo taken on Oct. 12, 2003 shows the water-backed scene of four-tier artificial rivulets flowing through the Honglongjing Street of the 1,300-year-old ancient town in Dali, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Oct. 13, 2003. The Dali City has geared up its efforts to restore the ancient riveting scenery of streamy brook waters intersecting with florid blossoms around the town areas. Upon completion of the first two phases of the project, some 3,600-meter-long rivulets flowing around and through the city's proper with a capacity of over 6,000 cubic meters has come into being. (Xinhua)

Tourists in Ejin banner(20031005)

Tourists admire the scenery along the Ejin River in Ejin Banner, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Oct. 1, 2003. Lots of tourists attracted by its peculiar landscapes come to visit Ejin Banner during the week-long National Day holiday.

Tourists relax themselves during "golden week"(20031003)

Tourists pose for a group photo against the backdrop of a newly-built artificial waterfall at the Tropical Floral Garden, in north China's Tianjin, Oct. 1.

Three Gorges in Tourism Season (20031001)

Tourists drift on a brook which flows into the Yangtse River through Xiling Gorge, one of the Three Gorges in the river in central China's Hubei Province Sept. 28, 2003. After the huge Three Gorges Project realized its goals of preliminary water storage, navigation via the two-way and five-step permanent ship lock and generating electricity by the first batch of power generators set by this year, this area becomes more attractive to tourists at home and abroad. (Xinhua)

The First Three Gorges Emigrants Culture Festival opened in Chongqing(20030929)

Dancers perform during the First Three Gorges Emigrants Culture Festival at the Qunyi Square in Yunyang of southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, Sept. 28, 2003. The festival, which is organized by the prefectural government of Yunyang, will present entertainment performances, trade fairs and business meetings to attract more tourists to the Three Gorges. (Xinhua)

A series of tourism sites in Tianjin to be open(20030929)

Tourists visit a newly-built tourism site Mingqing Street in Tianjin Sept. 28, 2003. A series of tourism sites including local folk-customs are open to tourists around the National Day Holidays. (Xinhua)
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