China Inbound Category

The number of Chinese people travelling abroad will outnumber foreign tourists by 100 million per year within five years, according to a new report.Read More
Most of the international tourists to the southernmost city on Hainan Island came from Russia, Taiwan and Hong Kong, China News Service reported. Read More
Didi Chuxing, the Chinese ride-hailing giant that swallowed Uber China, has announced the beta launch of bilingual functions on its app. Read More
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and China will have much to gain from strengthened cooperation in the tourism industry.Read More
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