China Inbound Category

The U.S.-China Tourism Year promised strengthened tourism ties, but growth hasn’t been slower since the global financial crisis.Read More
China has issued a new regulation to blacklist tourists and tourism service providers with inappropriate public manners.Read More
Tuniu Corp has started selling air tickets and hotel rooms directly online, making it a direct rival of market leader Ctrip in the 400 billion yuan (US$60 billion) Chinese online tourism market.Read More
China National Travel Service (HK) Group will merge with China International Travel Services Group (CITS) in a multibillion yuan deal that will give birth to the country’s largest tourism conglomerate.Read More
China Arab TV caters to the Chinese community and businesses in UAE.Read More
Visa’s support for the U.S.-China Tourism Year is a meaningful commitment that will have significant impact in both China and the United States.Read More
China's tourism revenue surged during the Spring Festival holiday, the National Tourism Administration said on Sunday.Read More
2016 will be the year of tourism between China and the US. And the hoopla already has started with a big Chinese celebration at Universal Studio in Los Angeles.Read More
China's State Council, the cabinet, said Friday it will expedite establishment of a tourism supervision mechanism to address problems such as the infringement of tourists' rights.Read More
Booming tourism, cinema and retail sales during the week-long Spring Festival holiday show that China's efforts to make its economy more reliant on the consumption power of its vast population is paying off.Read More