Wuhan will invest 2 trillion yuan ($329 billion) in urban construction over the next five years.
A delegation led by Liu Haibo, vice-president of Dalian Wanda Group Co Ltd visited Wudang Mountains in Shiyan city, central China’s Hubei province on Feb 14.
The 2014 Shiyan Municipal Tourism Conference will be held in the Wudang Mountains Tourism and Economic Special Region in Shiyan city, Hubei province, on Feb 26.
Crowds of visitors gathered at Wudang Mountains in Shiyan city, Hubei province at 7 am on Feb 14 to burn incense for the traditional Chinese Lantern Festival, which falls on the 15th day of the first lunar month.
All the roads in Wudang Mountains that were blocked by snow were reopened on Feb 11, and tourists can reach all the scenic spots by tour buses, according to the Wudang Mountains Tourism and Economy Special Region.
Wuhan’s famous hot dry noodles could be the province’s latest state-level intangible cultural heritage offering.
The period after Spring Festival is a frenzied time in China's job market as many enterprises actively recruit new employees and many people change their jobs.
Lushan Mountain, in East China's Jiangxi province, is covered in snow, Feb 9, 2014.
A total of 138,800 tourists visited Wudang Mountains in Shiyan city, central China’s Hubei province, during the Spring Festival holiday from Jan 31 to Feb 6 - a year on year increase of 7.85 percent.
A photography exhibition called “People’s Artists”, opened at Wudang Exhibition Hall, Shiyan city, Hubei province, on Jan 26.
A total of five million tourists visited Wudang Mountains in Shiyan city, Hubei province in 2013 - a year on year increase of 25 percent - generating tourism revenue of 2.5 billion yuan ($413.3 million).
The ticket office of Wudang Mountains scenic area is set to open earlier during the Spring Festival from Jan 31 to Feb 6, in a bid to improve its ability to handle the expected crowds of visitors.
A Dynamic Airways Boeing 767 plane bound for Saipan departed from the Tianhe International Airport in Central China's Hubei province on Monday afternoon.
Tickets of the Palace Museum in Beijing’s Forbidden City recently started to feature an image of Wudang Mountains, in a bid to increase awareness of the site as a tourist destination among visitors from around the world.
Experts of the Ministry of Environmental Protection's Environment and Engineering Appraisal Center recently held a meeting and approved a report on the environmental impact of the Sanmenxia-Jingmen section of the Mengxi-Huazhong coal transportation railway project connecting the west area of Inner Mongolia and central China.