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Tuesday, 19 February 2013 11:33

China Reaches for the Moon

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Ancient Chinese culture is no stranger to long-term planning. So, while this year holds promise and is undoubtedly expected to be the biggest year for tourism to China, tourism executives are planning to reach the moon by 2020. 
The glory of the Summer Olympics in Beijing (Aug. 8-24) is expected to not only attract unprecedented numbers of tourists to China, but will also shower other areas in the region, too. During the Olympics, the Autonomous Region of Tibet is hoping to catch on fire when the Olympic torch reaches Mt. Qomolangma in May 2008. Right behind the Olympics is a natural phenomenon that could keep China and some of its neighbors in the special-interest spotlight when China and the South Pacific experience a total eclipse of the sun on July 22, 2009; tours to see it are reportedly selling out almost as soon as they’re announced.

Tuesday, 19 February 2013 11:33

China Reaches for the Moon

Written by

Ancient Chinese culture is no stranger to long-term planning. So, while this year holds promise and is undoubtedly expected to be the biggest year for tourism to China, tourism executives are planning to reach the moon by 2020. 
The glory of the Summer Olympics in Beijing (Aug. 8-24) is expected to not only attract unprecedented numbers of tourists to China, but will also shower other areas in the region, too. During the Olympics, the Autonomous Region of Tibet is hoping to catch on fire when the Olympic torch reaches Mt. Qomolangma in May 2008. Right behind the Olympics is a natural phenomenon that could keep China and some of its neighbors in the special-interest spotlight when China and the South Pacific experience a total eclipse of the sun on July 22, 2009; tours to see it are reportedly selling out almost as soon as they’re announced.

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