Wudang offers discounts on Women's Day


The Wudang Mountains will offer a discount for female visitors on March 8, Women's Day, reducing prices to 138 yuan ($22.18) per ticket, including 70 yuan for entrance tickets, 65 yuan for buses and 3 yuan for insurance.

Taiwan visitors favor the Wudang Mountains


Hubei travel agencies received more visitors from Taiwan than usual during the Spring Festival holiday. The Three Gorges Dam and the Wudang Mountains were the most popular scenic spots.

Air route to link Wuhan, Kuala Lumpur


A direct air route linking Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei province, and Kuala Lumpur of Malaysia is expected to open next month, authorities said.

Dongfeng Nissan unveils new Teana in China


The new model of Dongfeng Nissan's high-end Teana sedan will be launched on the Chinese car market on March 18, and price will start around 190,000 yuan.

New edition of Wudang guidebook hits stores


The Guidebook to the Best of the Wudang Mountains was republished by SinoMaps Press and Surveying and Mapping Press on Jan 20. The printed copies totaled 10,500 and were printed on A4 paper.

Wudang welcomes Spring Festival travel rush


The Wudang Mountains received 128,700 tourists during the seven-day Spring Festival holiday in 2013, an increase of 17.8 percent from the same period last year. Tourism revenue reached 809 million yuan, an increase of 18 percent from the same period last year.

Pink diamond shines on jewelry expo


A man showcases a 2.30-million-yuan pink diamond which weighs 1.1 grams in a jewelery exhibition at a shopping mall in Wuhan, Hubei, on Feb 26, 2013.

Yuan lending expansion keeps momentum


China's credit supply maintained rapid growth in February, after reaching its fastest pace in two years in the first month of the year.

Luxury car sales in overdrive


French ultra-super sports brand Bugatti sold six sports cars in China in the first three quarters of 2012, a sales record for the brand.

Martial arts film genre popular in Berlinale


Chinese martial arts films have a long-standing reputation for pulling in big box office revenues.

Hubei Chimes Orchestra learns Taoism at Wudang


The 90 performers of Hubei Chimes Orchestra visited scenic spots on the Wudang Mountains–including Golden Summit, Nanyan Palace, Zixiao Palace and Yuzhen Palace–on Jan 10. They were overwhelmed by what they saw and experienced during the visit.

Wudang holds New Year's concert


The newly decorated Wudang Taichi Theater, dressed in Taoist style, welcomed its first show — A Night on Taichi Lake • 2013 Wudang New Year's Concert – on the evening of Jan 10.

Jet Li attends Taichi Culture Forum


Kung fu star Jet Li attended the Taichi Culture Forum to share his understanding of taichi culture and taichi zen on Dec 30, 2012.

Snow hits as festival begins


China will shiver as Spring Festival begins, with a strong cold snap sweeping across the country on Wednesday, dumping heavy snow on most southern regions and challenging the millions who are traveling home.

Wudang Mountains receive 4.26m tourists in 2012


The Wudang Mountains received 4.26 million tourists in 2012 and realized tourism revenue of 2.26 billion yuan ($363 million), up 20 percent and 21 percent from the same period last year, respectively.

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