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The rich have been even harder at work, spending at least two days a week traveling for business, and are committed to their home country.Read More
In the first nine months of 2016, a total of 101.5 million border-crossings from Mainland China took place, the first time that the 100 million number was achieved within the first three quarters of a year.Read More
After more than a decade of rapid growth, the Chinese outbound travel market is seeing more Chinese travelers who are independent, sophisticated and eager to seek out new experiences, industry experts say.Read More
While Australian wine exporters enjoy the surge in the value of their sales to China, cellar doors at home are also noticing a greater number of eager Chinese tourists.Read More
China had the largest number of outbound tourists in the world in 2015, a new report showed. The number of China's outbound tourists increased almost tenfold from 2001 to 2015, reaching 128 million.Read More
The country's tourism sector generated more than a quarter of the jobs in the world's tourism industry in 2015, according to a report released Friday by the Wuhan Branch of China Tourism Academy.Read More
When it comes to traveling and spending abroad, Chinese tourists can’t be beat. The World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF) says $215 billion was spent by Chinese travelers last year.Read More
China's outbound tourists are younger, willing to spend more, and expecting relaxed visa policies, said a report by the World Tourism Cities Federation.Read More

Posted On October 16, 2016By JasonIn China Domestic, News, Research

China and the Tourism Boom

Forget the pessimism on China’s growth, for overseas travel at least. Recent news shows that more Chinese are travelling and demanding more services. Read More
China may have many problems. But it is not due for a hard landing.Read More