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By: Tony | January 08, 2016

Have Fun in the Ice Wonderland! 

- The Funniest Ski Resort in Henan

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By: Tony | September 06, 2015

As usual, Joy Zhou (GM), Vivian Zhang (Sales Manager) and Jessie Zhang (Sales Manager) will be present at WTM from 2-5 Nov in London on behalf of Henan Tourism Group this year.

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By: Tony | August 26, 2015

A Boeing 737-800 aircraft took off at 8:30 a.m. from Central China’s Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport to Tokyo, Japan, on August 25, 2015. 
 
This is the forth direct flight from Zhengzhou to Japan, following the opening of the route from Zhengzhou to Osaka, Shizuoka and Nagoya. China Southern Airlines’ new route is also currently the only direct flight from Zhengzhou to Tokyo in Henan province. Only one flight on the route every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday will be serviced by the Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The flight number is CZ8383/4. The Tokyo-Zhengzhou return flight will depart at 13:30 on each Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Now it only takes about 4 hours from Zhengzhou to Tokyo. 

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By: Tony | June 24, 2015

Do you like hiking? Do you want to be inspired on the roof of the world?  Do you like adventures?

If your answer is YES, please get prepared and take your action  immediately and go with us for hiking in Tibet.


Released by the tourism officials in Motuo County, the hiking trail from Paizhen to Beibeng was reopened on June 10th. The entrance fee is RMB160 per person.

 

Metok or Medog, “Motuo” in Chinese, the only Chinese county with no highway connection to the outside world and inaccesible by modern vehicles till the end of 2013. It is the last county where the River Yarlung Tsangpo crosses over in China before it flows to India. The construction of the Medog Highway makes it possible for tourists, esp. trekkers to enter the remotest are...

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By: Tony | June 19, 2015

The Dragon Boat Festival, also called Duanwu Festival,  is a significant holiday celebrated in China, which occurs on the fifth day of the fifth month in the Chinese lunar calender. It is in commemoration of the Chinese patriotic poet Quyuan, a minister of the Chu State then. Due to his deep love in his country and helplessness in fighting against the ruler, in despire, he drowned himself in the Minluo River on that day in 278BC.


 

It is said that the local people, who admired him, raced out in their boats to save him or at least retrieve his body. This is said to have been the origin of dragon boat races. When his body could not be found, they dropped balls of sticky rice into the river so that the fish would eat them instead of Qu Yuan's bo...

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