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New air route from Huifei Xinqiao Airport: 3800 yuan round-trip to Europe  2014-05-27
On May 22, more than 40 tourists flew directly from Hefei Xinqiao Airport to Frankfurt, Germany.

Anhui to update tourist contracts  2014-05-27
By the end of this June, an updated form of tourist contract will be fully implemented in Anhui province.

Seven Hefei bus stations launch mobile ticketing via WeChat  2014-05-27
Starting on May 20, seven bus stations in the city of Hefei, Anhui province, including Hefei Bus Station, launched a mobile ticketing service via WeChat

Guniujiang scenic area: diving available in June  2014-05-26
By this June, visitors to the Guniujiang scenic area in Shitai county, Huangshan city, will be able to try their hand at diving.

2nd museum in Bozhou reproduces ancient scenes  2014-05-23
By May 14, though not officially open, the Mengcheng Museum, the second museum in Bozhou city, Anhui province, had already started receiving visitors after its two-year construction.

China Photo Press' national photography base settled in Jingxian  2014-05-22
On May 11, Jingxian county in Anhui province was officially announced as a national photography base for the China Photo Press newspaper.

China's top 10 most beautiful mountains  2014-05-22

Yellow Mountain is one of China's top 10 most beautiful mountains.

Chinese couples chose to register for marriage on 520 day  2014-05-21
Newlyweds pose for photos after they register for marriage at a marriage registry in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui province, May 20, 2014.

Farmers busy with cultivating crop in Anhui  2014-05-21
A farmer examines a wheat field in Wangzhai Village under Qiaocheng District of Bozhou, east China's Anhui province, May 20, 2014.

'White House' toilet modest on inside  2014-05-20
A toilet in Fuyang, Anhui province, has drawn domestic and international attention, both for its White House-like appearance and its presumably luxurious furnishings, though the real interior of the toilet is quite modest and designed to serve thousands of employees and visitors.