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Hefei Spring Festival tourism market resembles inverted
Hefei city in Anhui province made thorough tourism preparations prior to Spring Festival. Self-driving tours, relative-visiting tours and short-line tours were the most popular choices.
Tianzhu Mountain: Short self-driving trips popular
Short road trips were increasingly popular in Anhui province during Spring Festival thanks to the nice weather and free-ticket policy for local residents.
Anhui scenic areas welcome tourism boom
From the first to the third day of the lunar year (January 31 to February 2), almost every scenic area in Anhui province was flooded with people celebrating the New Year.
Passenger throughput at Xinqiao Airport hits record high
On February 5, passenger throughput at Xinqiao Airport reached 20,951, the highest in the history of Hefei airports.
Hail the healing herb
Food as a health booster is a unique part of Chinese culture. Cantonese people often put herbs in their soups to benefit their body. Many people for instance, use pears to help with seasonal cough and dryness in autumn.
New features changing holiday spending habits
China's spending during the traditional Spring Festival maintained double-digit growth this year but the pace marked the slowest in more than a decade.
Record train trips made in heavy snow
Chinese travelers made over eight million railway trips in heavy snowfall on Thursday, the last day of the week-long holiday.
Yoga practice in the snow
A young woman practiced yoga in snow-covered Xiangshan Park in Huaibei city, Anhui province on Feb 6, 2014.
Snowstorms to linger for days
Snowstorms disrupted road traffic in northern and eastern China on Wednesday, causing chaos for travelers returning to work after Spring Festival family reunions.
New Year market booms, luxury gift sales down
China's consumer market boomed during the first days of the Lunar New Year holiday despite falling luxury gift sales, according to the Ministry of Commerce on Wednesday.