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Summer Olympics - Iuka, MS

It is fencing during 2008 Beijing Olympics, which really impresses me a lot.http://www.chi nahighlights.com/b eijing/  (Mar 28, 2013 | post #6)

China: the reluctant giant

I think you've said it. In the later Qing dynasty, China was bullied by western powers, from which the Chinese had learnt a lot, so we consider economy as priority, however,more and more problems emerge with the development of China's (http://www.chinah ighlights.com/trav elguide/) economy.  (Mar 26, 2013 | post #5)

Fewer New Year fireworks in polluted Beijing

Still remember the dreamlike firework barrage in Beijing (http://www.chinah ighlights.com/beij ing/) in the past few years, and China's government pay much attention on the situation just now owing to the severe air pollution. Hopefully it will get much better in the next few years.  (Mar 26, 2013 | post #2)

China's new tourist attraction: "Shangri-La"

As a matter of fact, there's really a city called Shangri-la in Yunnan Province, which is not very far from Kunming (http://www.chinah ighlights.com/kunm ing/ ), and it's really a fairyland in China.  (Mar 21, 2013 | post #3)

Adventure in China's poetic Guilin hills

The popular Chinese saying Guilin (http://www.chinah ighlights.com/guil in/) shanshui jia tian xia means ‘Guilin’s mountain and water scenery is the best under heaven. The Li River, Guilin's most popular scenic area, was selected by National Geographic Magazine as one of the world's top ten watery wonders.  (Mar 21, 2013 | post #8)

Manila hopes for better ties with new China leaders

I don't think the relationship between China and Philippines will be improved substantially owing to the territorial row, about which neither of them bow first, but the non-governmental communication between the two has made great progress, especially in the field of Chinese culture and China travel (http://www.chinah ighlights.com/trav elguide/).  (Mar 21, 2013 | post #7)

Shenzhen-Hongkong-Shenzhen

Just take a bus from Shenzhen to Luohu Port, and then transfer to MTR to Hong Kong (http://www.chinah ighlights.com/hong -kong/) directly. You won't miss it.  (Mar 13, 2013 | post #2)

Adventure in China's poetic Guilin hills

Yeah, I think the place you visit is Yangshuo of Guilin (http://www.chinah ighlights.com/guil in/ ), which is famous all over the world for its natural mountain and water scenery.  (Mar 13, 2013 | post #7)

Chinese New Year's celebration in Shenzhen

Well, I think the best Near-year Celebration is held in Tiananmen Square of Beijing (http://www.chinah ighlights.com/beij ing/ ), which is much more funny than that in the US.  (Mar 13, 2013 | post #1)

China's Economy: What the Tourist Boom Tells Us

As known to us all, the Great Wall of China is a hot spot in the world, which is a must-see attraction during your Beijing travel, so it's no wonder it get more crowed than usual during Chinese festivals. More information on the Great Wall: http://www.chinahi ghlights.com/great wall/  (Feb 27, 2013 | post #3)