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Yurt in Kanasi - by Chen Hui

Camels - by Chen Hui

Canasi River - by Liang Zhi

Dancing - by Tian Li


 Kazak Children - by Tian Li

Cliff  - by Chen Hui

Desert Traveler - by Liang Zhi

Craftsman - by Chen Hui

Taklimakan Desert - by Liang Zhi

Snow Scenery - by Chen Hui

River View - by Liang Zhi

Dry Soil - by Chen Hui

Golden Pond  - by Chen Hui

Kashi Grapes - by Liang Zhi

  Flame Mountain - by Liang Zhi

Babysitter - by Chen Hui

Heavenly Lake (Tianchi) - by Tian Li

Life in Desert  - by Deng Zhenjiang

Green  - by Chen Hui

Joy  - by Chen Hui

Mountain Road  - by Chen Hui

Tajik Girls  - by Chen Hui

 Autumn - by Chen Hui

Bell Mt. - by He Yiguang

Icy Mountains  - by He Yiguang

A family with donkey cart - by Chen Hui

Country Road - by Deng Zhenjiang

Uygur Children - by Chen Hui

Kunlun Mt.  - by He Yiguang

Red Dragonfly - by Liang Zhi

Carrying Water - by Chen Hui

   Going Home  - by Deng Zhenjiang

Flowers - by Chen Hui

 Mountain View  - by Liang Zhi

Food Market - by Chen Hui

 Home Business - by Ma Fupeng
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Int'l Visitors Boost Tourism in Xinjiang

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China, Kazakstan to launch 12 transportation routes
Xinhuanet, August 3, 2005 - The communications delegations of China and Kazakhstan have signed agreement to launch 12 direct passenger and cargo transportation routes between the two countries as of September 1 this year. According to the Communications Department of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in northwest China, the 12 transportation routes will be operational between the major cities in Xinjiang and Kazakhstan.The 12 routes will benefit trade and economic cooperation between the two countries, said Luo Jianxin, deputy director of the regional communications department. Up to date, Xinjiang has 15 highway transportation ports, 63 international passenger and cargo transportation routes, which will rise to 75 by September. a division of InfoPacific Development Inc. Canada. All right reserved. Advertising on this page?  Contact Us?

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