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As the Chinese New Year (January 31) quickly approaches, an expected 3.6 billion trips will be made as millions of people from across the country
The number of foreign tourists visiting Beijing last year is set to show a nearly 10% drop from 2012, with infamous pollution and the rising yuan
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With the Year of the Snake reaching its tail end, China has now officially entered Chunyun (春运)—the 40 day period of heavy travel that
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