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Chinese residents will make 90 million outbound trips in 2020, with that number increasing by an additional 36 million over the following decade, according to a report by Euromonitor.Read More
With Chinese tourists spending $215 billion last year, up 53 percent from the year prior, WeChat is becoming a key channel for hotel chains to stay connected with customers in the Asia.Read More
A team of five Singaporeans has created an online platform for small travel service providers here and worldwide to sell directly to Chinese travellers.Read More
There has been a big change in Chinese people’s mindset about tourism. Now, they believe transport, hotels and dining are important parts of a perfect trip, and these are closely related with the quality of the tour.Read More
When it comes to social currency, most Chinese consumers aim to buy a house and a car to impress their peers. But for those under 30, values are shifting, and digital products are becoming more important.Read More
The vast majority of Chinese tourists have already made purchasing decisions for foreign products before they travel.Read More
Chinese ride-hailing service Didi said on Tuesday that Chinese tourists will be able to use its mobile app to book rides provided by its partner Lyft when traveling in the United States.Read More
To receive more Chinese tourists and further promote Toronto's tourism, direct flights from Guangzhou to Toronto by China Southern Airlines is expected to be launched in August of 2016.Read More
Media giant Netflix has undoubtedly had a tremendous impact on the entertainment industry, with entire shows like House of Cards run entirely on the video streaming service. Read More
As Chinese online shoppers show a growing interest in ordering from abroad, both JD.com and its competitor Alibaba have allowed foreign brands to ship to China through their special logistics setup. Read More