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2014 Dunhuang Tourism Festival

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Exploring tourism resources along the Yellow River

Updated: 2014-07-15

Along the banks of the Yellow River in Baiyin city’s beautiful wetland park, Northwest China’s Gansu province, the Yellow River Cultural Tourism Festival kicked off on July 11, gscn.com.cn reported.

Dunhuang tourism train begins operation

Updated: 2014-07-11

With a toot of its steam whistle, the Y667 Dunhuang Tourism Train set off from Lanzhou Station in Gansu province at 6 pm on July 10.

Tourism exhibition brings in over 300m yuan

Updated: 2014-07-04

The Silk Road Tourism Products Exhibition and the Fourth China Jade Culture Exhibition were held in Zhangye city, in Northwest China’s Gansu province, from June 15 to 18, chinadaily.com.cn reported.

Jiuquan’s scenic sites promoted at tourism festival

Updated: 2014-07-02

As part of the Fourth Dunhuang Tour Silk Road International Tourism Festival on June 16, visitors toured Western Han Dynasty relics, Jiuquan’s Bell Tower, Drum Tower and other regional sites.

4th Silk Road tourism festival kicks off

Updated: 2014-06-23

The fourth Dunhuang Tour Silk Road International Tourism Festival opened in Zhangye city, Northwest China’s Gansu province, on June 15.

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Updated: 2014-06-20

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