Tencent, China's largest and most visited Internet service portal, included Wudang Mountains onto its street view map last week.
The Wudang Mountains International Martial Arts Academy, a branch of the Wuhan Institute of Physical Education, completed construction of its principal buildings on June 22.
An online flagship store for Wudang Mountains tourists is under testing on Tmall.com, a leading Chinese e-commerce site.
Beijing tourists feel the pulse of Shiyan The South-to-North Water Diversion Project will start to divert water to Beijing and Tianjin in August 2014.
Party members from the Ministry of Agriculture visited Shiyan city in Central China’s Hubei province to conduct research on the agriculture system’s construction work on June 20 and 21.
To establish an air defense of the forests of the Wudang Mountains spreading 400 km in Central China’s Hubei province, local authorities have set up an aviation station that will be put into operation this winter.
Chen Zhonghua, a tai chi master who has been practicing the ancient art for 35 years, coaches a learner at Daqing Mountains, Rizhao, East China's Shandong province, June 8, 2014.
Li Faping, vice-mayor of Shiyan city in Central China’s Hubei province,trekked 9 km to inspect Wulong scenic spot’s trail construction site on June 10.
Li Faping, vice-mayor of Shiyan city, Central China’s Hubei province, met with a Japanese tai chi delegation led by Mr. Kawaguchi, undersecretary of Nagasaki sports on June 5.
The third China Beijing International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) ended on June 4 after a five-day run.
Six cities in China have begun testing the waters in subsidized housing, as the Chinese government has been trying to curb speculative activities in low-income housing.
The seventh Central China Travel Expo was opened in Wuhan International Exhibition Center on May 18, and lasted for 3 days.
The first tourist train from Beijing to Shiyan, Hubei province, reached its destination at 4:40 am on May 27. Almost 500 Beijing tourists took the trip of two days and one night.
Team members take pictures of the beautiful scenery of Wudang. A team of 50 users of Tianya.cn, a popular Chinese-language forum and blogging site, recently visited Wudang Mountains.
As the world's second-most popular beverage, after water, tea has around 1,500 varieties in China. They are divided into seven main categories.