As China's airlines expand, so does their need for planes. Boeing and Airbus may face increasing competition from China's own manufacturer.
Experts say China is on track to pass France as the world's most popular tourism destination by 2030
The big cruise operator is partnering with China's state ship-building company to build new ships and a new market.
In a bid to attract more visitors from China and abroad, prices have been cut at nearly a thousand sites, including well-known favorites.
Chinese visitor numbers are huge, not surprisingly. And their prime destinations are not surprising either!
Boeing sees big opportunities for China sales, but there are also dark clouds in the forecast
U.S. airlines that once thought of nonstop routes to China would be a bonanza are finding that between higher fuel costs and ramped-up competition from Chinese carriers some routes have become "colossal loss makers." That assessment came from American Airlines vice president Vasu Raja as he discussed American's pullback from some of its hard-won China routes, especially from Chicago (see earlier TG News ), where it is in tight competition not only with Chinese carriers but with United, the...
Conflicting messages from Chinese government agencies have left a spectacular publicity plan out in the cold.
Beijing is expanding visitor areas at the Temple of Heaven, removing some households from inside the walls of the Temple area.
China again warns foreign airlines not to refer to Taiwan as a country—or Hong Kong or Macao, either.
The incredible boom in cruise-ship construction goes on—but will there be enough room for the two current leaders and for China as well?
Driven by its own huge new network of high-speed trains, China has become a major supplier of bullet trains to others.
A bridge that links former British and Portuguese colonies to each other and to Guangdong Province will open soon.
At 238 kilometers, Shuanghe in southwest China is the longest cave in Asia, according to new data.
The world's longest glass-bottom bridge is a third of a mile long, sways in the wind, and draws so many visitors it's hard to see the view.