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Tourism ministers of China, South Korea and Japan meet in Tokyo

Updated: Apr 13,2015 2:48 PM     Xinhua

Li Jinzao, head of China’s National Tourism Administration, Japan’s Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Minister Ota Akihiro and South Korea’s Culture, Sports and Tourism Minister Kim Jong-deok (R - L) have a group photo during their first-day meeting in Tokyo, Japan, on April 11, 2015. Japan, China and South Korea on April 12 agreed to launch joint tourism event, the Visit East Asia Campaign, to make the three countries as a tourism combination to attract visitors beyond East Asia. [Photo/Xinhua]

Li Jinzao, head of China’s National Tourism Administration, Japan’s Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Minister Ota Akihiro and South Korea’s Culture, Sports and Tourism Minister Kim Jong-deok (R - L) have a group photo during their first-day meeting in Tokyo, Japan, on April 11, 2015. Japan, China and South Korea on April 12 agreed to launch joint tourism event, the Visit East Asia Campaign, to make the three countries as a tourism combination to attract visitors beyond East Asia. [Photo/Xinhua]

Li Jinzao (2nd R), head of China’s National Tourism Administration, attends the tourism ministers’ meeting among China, Japan and South Korea in Tokyo, Japan, on April 11, 2015. Japan, China and South Korea on April 12 agreed to launch joint tourism event, the Visit East Asia Campaign, to make the three countries as a tourism combination to attract visitors beyond East Asia. [Photo/Xinhua]

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