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  • Changsha Underwater World Welcomes 3 Dolphins from Japan

    [2019.08.20]

    The photo, taken on August 19, shows breeders helping a dolphin move to a temporary rearing pool at the Changsha Underwater World. Three bottlenose dolphins, two males and one female, under the age of 6 years old, were airlifted from Osaka, Japan to the aquarium that day. And the number of dolphins is 9 now.

  • Changsha Airport to Pilot Direct Luggage Transfer Service

    [2019.08.20]

    The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has announced a nationwide pilot plan for direct luggage transfer services at 8 airlines, including Air China, and 29 airports including Changsha Huanghua International Airport.

  • In Pics: Nianjia Lake Changes over the Past 7 Decades

    [2019.08.20]

    The aerial photo, taken on August 2, 2019, shows Nianjia Lake and the urban area nearby. It presents a prosperous and modern city with good environment and high risings.

  • World Computer Congress to Open in Changsha in September

    [2019.08.20]

    The World Computer Congress 2019 will be held in Changsha between September 9 and 11. It is hosted by the Hunan Provincial People’s Government and the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. Guest invitations, participator applications, and reception arrangements are in full swing.

  • Orange Isle - HB Town Shuttle Bus Opens

    [2019.08.19]

    The launching ceremony of the Orange Isle - Huayi Brothers (Changsha) Film Town (HB Town) shuttle bus was held on the Orange Isle on August 17. The bus line connecting two scenic spots provides tourists with integrated ticketing system and one-stop service. Individual tourists can take the shuttle bus instead of driving themselves which may cause parking difficulties.

  • Visitors Enjoy Ice Sculptures in Changsha

    [2019.08.19]

    The photo, taken on August 16, shows residents viewing ice sculptures at Bailian Shopping Park on Renmin Road (E), Changsha. The park’s first ice sculpture exhibition opened that day. More than 30 ice sculptures were exhibited, allowing visitors to be exposed to the beautiful icy and snowy scenery, which is typical of north China.