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Glenda

Glenda (a California native who began her hospitality and tourism career in Hawaii) has been in the travel and tourism industry for over 25 years and is currently a marketing consultant with the California Travel and Tourism Commission. Glenda’s experience in travel trade training and development was pivotal to the success of opening new tourism offices in Brazil, China, Mexico, Australia, and Korea. In her tenure at the CTTC, Glenda organized sales missions, travel trade and media events worldwide.

Latin America's tourism industry has its eye on the growing number of Chinese tourists, business leaders said in recent interviews with Xinhua.Read More
In announcing the venture, the two companies said they will look to further increase the awareness in China of the offerings of a cruise vacation.Read More
Already home to the world’s biggest high-speed rail network, China has unveiled plans to bring a new generation of high-speed bullet trains to the public by 2020.Read More
The number of Chinese tourists to the neighboring Southeast Asian country Vietnam reached 250,000 in January.Read More
Helsinki Airport is further enhancing the experience of Chinese customers by enabling AliPay. The first commercial operators at the airport adopted the Chinese AliPay mobile payment application in December 2016.Read More
Birth mothers often arrive in the U.S. a few months before they’re set to have their babies because their pregnancies aren’t as visible then, and they’ve heard that officials block pregnant women from entering the country.Read More
The Made In China label has become synonymous with cheap fabrics and fast fashion — but that’s changing just as quickly as the industry grew.Read More
Chinese demand for U.S. travel is picking up, and local tourism officials want to draw as many high-spending Chinese travelers as possible to Las Vegas.Read More
The Chinese visitors fanned out of a tour bus, and suddenly stopped, transfixed, then they began photographing an unremarkable 1970s suburban home, an oak tree, a rosebush and a garbage bin.Read More
China-U.S. Tourism Year 2016 came to the end on Sunday, with officials from both countries pledging to expand tourism cooperation and enhance friendship.Read More