Europe Weekly

As Chinese tourist numbers rise, the industry is making efforts to make them more welcome.

Cover Story

Europe beckons

As Chinese tourist numbers rise, the industry is making efforts to make them more welcome.

TUI to play the European card

A Chinese touch in hotels worldwide

Make hay from the second wave

Bring down the barriers

News

Durban talks run into headwind

Efforts on to end impasse over Kyoto Protocol extension, Green Climate Fund.

Life

Top grades

In its efforts to produce world-class universities, China is investing heavily in its education system.

But who makes the rules?

Greener pastures

Getting 'naked'

Travel

The yin and the yangtze

The 6,397-kilometer Yangtze River is the longest river in Asia and flows from the Tibetan Plateau to the East China Sea at Shanghai. Traveling between Yichang and Chongqing takes four days and three nights and is the most popular route especially between April and May, and September and October.

People

Grassroots love

Kind-hearted couple helps Chinese orphans find their way in the world.

Clicks and roses

Books

Beating the blues

An author's work helps her conquer the depression that debilitated her life but inspired her writing.

Events

British museum goes on journey to the East

China: Journey to the East spans 3,000 years of Chinese history and culture.

Conferences & Meetings

Diplomatic Pouch: With Mike Peters

Last Word

Hawk's eye view

Yan Xuetong, regarded as one of China's leading foreign policy "hawks", had again been making the headlines.

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