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Here’s Why US Airlines Are Changing How They Refer To Taiwan

American, Delta, and United have chosen to change how they refer to Taiwan in its websites due to China’s demand. If airlines don’t comply, they might face a sanction in one of the world’s major aviation markets.

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Marriott Partners With Alibaba To Test Facial Recognition In Hotels

Guests checking in at selected Marriott Hotels in China are in for a treat. Perfect for tech-savvy guests, the facial recognition system is set to streamline a more effective and convenient customer service.

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These Are The Warnings China Gives To People Traveling To The US

The Chinese Embassy has issued a blunt warning to Chinese citizens who are traveling in America. The travel alert highlights problems tourists may encounter in the United States, which includes robbery, gun violence, and high cost of healthcare.

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The Only Place In China Where It'll Allow You To Access Censored Sites

Tourists visiting China can finally access social media sites such as Youtube, Twitter, and Facebook. However, the lift of the internet censorship will only take effect in Hainan, an island set to be transformed into a free-trade port by 2020.

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Restaurant In China Goes Bankrupt 2 Weeks After All-You-Can-Eat Promo

A hotpot restaurant in China closed after offering a month-long all-you-can-eat buffet for a ridiculously low amount. The restaurant was flocked by over 500 customers every day with lines that go around the street corner.

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This Abandoned Fishing Village In China Is An Eerie Example Of A World Without Humans

Apart from the waves crashing down its sea, the chirping birds, and mosquitoes that now swarm the island, Houtouwan, which means 'Black Bay,' sits silently amidst the mist. It looks like a place that has stood still for a long time.

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The World’s Highest Bungee Jump To Open Soon In China’s Iconic Glass Bridge

China added another attraction to tourists when it opened the world's highest bungee jump at 260-meters or 853 feet. The country's Iconic Glass Bridge just held a pre-opening challenge.

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17 Places You Must Visit Before You Die

The world is too big to conquer in one lifetime, but don't miss out on the world's most spectacular destinations. As you hit the road, these 17 destinations around the globe should be part of your ultimate travel bucket list.

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Traveling Within China Is A Breeze With 250-MPH Bullet-Trains In 2020

Three years from now, China's famous high-speed bullet trains will become faster up to 250 mph or 400 km/h. This is seen as a tourism and economic booster for the country.

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You Can Find The World's Most Valuable Liquor Company In China

Johnnie Walker has been toppled down by a Chinese drink, named Kweichow Moutai, as the world's most-valuable liquor maker.

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David Beckham Mistakes Hongkong For China, Infuriating Citizens

After a gaffe in his Facebook update regarding his trip to Shanghai, China and Hongkong, David Beckham infuriates citizens from both countries.

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Five Wonderful Dances Around The World

Dance is an art form where people can express their joys, sorrows, and anger. Also, it's a cultural communication among locals and perhaps to their gods who bestowed so many gifts for them. No matter how the movements came to be, it's clear that no one can resist dancing to the rhythms of any countries in the world.

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This Train Passes Through An Apartment Building In Chongqing China

This new train route is the first in the world to pass inside the blocks of flats in a residential building in China.

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The World’s Largest Alien-Finding Telescope Is Now Open To Visitors

China has finished constructing the Five hundred meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) last year and has now opened the center to the public for people to learn how the telescope works and astronomical finds in its museum. FAST, considered as the world's largest radio telescope, was developed to search for radio waves across the galaxies to find any signs of alien life.

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New Panda National Park Will Relocate 172,000 People

China plans to build a 10,500 square-mile national park for pandas in the country's Sichuan province to help the preservation of the endangered species, though, they have to relocate about 172,000 people to have the project realized. Inhabitants of the area have always caused concern and even threatened panda habitats throughout the years.

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