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  • Heilongjiang sees rise in inbound, outbound travelers


    A record 797,000 passengers entered and exited China through Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province in the first quarter of 2019, an 11.7 percent year-on-year increase.

  • Harbin clears out illegal parking


    Harbin recently cracked down on illegal parking -- tracking down individuals who privately occupy public parking bays in the urban areas of the city.

  • Harbin to roll out refuse-sorting program


    Responding to a call for an improvement in the sorting of household garbage, the northeastern city of Harbin is speeding up the establishment of refuse collection stations in its urban areas.

  • Heilongjiang vows to track down doping cheats


    Heilongjiang in Northeast China, a province which boasts many facilities for athletics training and development, has vowed to impose zero tolerance on drug cheating in any sports competition.

  • New air route links Harbin to Mohe, Shantou


    China Eastern Airlines will launch a new flight connecting Harbin to Mohe in northeastern Heilongjiang province and Shantou in southern Guangdong province, starting April 1.

  • City gets tough on commercial block mayhem


    Harbin in northeastern Heilongjiang province recently launched an implementation plan to govern the chaos currently besetting its commercial city blocks, in a bid to create a better living and business environment.

  • Harbin to open first directional fast lane


    The first directional fast lane in Harbin, Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, will be put into use on March 30, in order to improve traffic efficiency in the city.

  • New customs department opens in Harbin


    A special customs department was set up by local authorities in Harbin, Heilongjiang province on March 26.

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Harbin launches buses to serve night passengers

Harbin recently launched two new buses to serve passengers traveling between the city’s four railway stations, in an attempt to ease the difficulties of passengers traveling at night by bus.