China Travel News Tag:spring festival (5 news)

Hulunbuir Is Experiencing The Coldest Period in Recent Ten Years

Date: 1/30/2012 8:19:00 PM by wendysong Tags: Cold Weather Spring Festival Hulunbuir

On January 30, freezing cold air and icy fog air swept several cities of Inner Mongolia. The temperature is down to -40℃, leading to the rare “icy fog” phenomena occured in Hailaer, Chenba Erhu areas. The urban area of Yakeshi City met its lowest temperature at -45℃, causing great troubles to citizens daily life. People have to go out in the icy fog weather with frost on their ha

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Chinese New Year 2011 Holiday Announcement

Date: 1/26/2011 9:19:00 PM by chinatravel Tags: Chinese New Year Spring Festival China Public Holiday

Chinese New Year 2011

Dear Chinatravel Members,

The Chinese New Year Holiday, or the Spring Festival Holiday, starts on February 2nd, 2011 and end on February 8th, 2011, lasting for seven days. During the holiday, Chinatravel’s office is scheduled to be closed.

To celebrate this important occasion, the Chinatravel team will leave for the holiday, so you migh

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Spring Festival Travel Rush to Come Soon

Date: 1/7/2011 2:17:00 AM by fadri Tags: Spring Festival Travel Rush

Spring Festival Travel Rush

As Chinese New Year 2011 which is also called Spring Festival by Chinese people, falls on February 2nd, 11 days ahead of that of 2010, the Spring Festival transportation peak period comes in advance this year. The Spring Festival travel rush in China in 2011 will last 40 days from January 19th to February 27th when millions of people returning home for family reunion during the

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