Family Category

Today in China, the country’s own LGBTQ+ movement is starting to gain momentum. In the luxury sphere, this could offer a new opportunity for brands looking to target an emerging, affluent market.Read More

Posted On July 28, 2018By StefanIn Youth, News, Family

Young parents stoke boom in family travel

Young Chinese parents are showing a growing interest in going on trips with their children, creating immense potential for customized travel products and services. Read More
People like Celia Yu belong to a cohort of millennial parents in China whose purchase power is huge but whose needs are probably still underserved by the market...Read More
Flower culture in China has been traditionally associated with extravagance and prosperity. In more recent years, however, a rising middle class seeking a lifestyle upgrade have created a new opportunity for florists. Read More
Chinese tourist arrivals in Sri Lanka have been rising and now account for around 13 percent of the two million tourists a year who visit the country.Read More
According to a report by World Economic Forum, China now ranks 100th out of 144 countries for gender parity, falling for nine consecutive years since 2008, when it ranked 57th. Read More
China is expected to see growth in both the domestic and overseas tourism during the forthcoming National Day holiday period, according to a recent forecast. Read More
Around six million Chinese tourists are expected to travel abroad during China’s National Day holiday period, according to a recent forecast, which also highlights a number of new destinations that are growing in popularity.Read More
Alone on Chinese Valentine's Day? Gift yourself a dried flower. Or better yet, indulge in a cake shaped like a "single dog". Eating by yourself? A restaurant will sit a teddy bear across from you.Read More
Little Snow was pregnant at the time and after watching the show, decided to travel to the United States to have her baby. The number of such traveling moms-to-be has risen sharply from merely 600 in 2007 to more than 80,000 in 2016. Read More