Tourists to Dunhuang Rise by 38% over Tomb-sweeping HolidayApril 5, 2017During the three-day holiday, Dunhuang, a major stop on the ancient Silk Road, received more than 18,700 visitors, an increase of 38.52 percent on the same period last year, and...
Apricot Flowers Blooming in NW China DesertApril 5, 2017Apricot flowers blooming at Singing Sands Mountain in Dunhuang City, northwest China's Gansu Province, in early April, attracting many visitors to enjoy the colorful desert...
Mountain Scenery in E China's Huoshan CountyApril 4, 2017Aerial photos show mountain scenery in E China's Anhui.
Peculiar Peach Trees with Red-and-White Blossoms Seen in E ChinaApril 1, 2017Peculiar peach trees with both red and white blossoms have been attracting sightseers to Bai Causeway in Hangzhou City, east China's Zhejiang Province.
Tomb-Sweeping Day in Ancient Chinese PoemsMarch 31, 2017The Qingming Festival, or Tomb-Sweeping Day, is an important festival in China when people offer sacrifices to their ancestors. It falls on April 4 this year.
Eight Traditional Delicacies for Tomb Sweeping DayMarch 30, 2017As Tomb Sweeping Day draws near, here are eight traditional food people from different parts of China consume on the day.
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