China Outbound Category

Chinese tourist arrivals are decreasing: Almost no Chinese tourists entered the country through Vietnam's northern border and several Chinese travel companies canceled tours to Vietnam by air. Read More
Many European countries have relaxed or simplified visa application procedures for China this year. This is mainly due to increasingly close political relations between China and the EU.Read More
The first official qualifier for tourism businesses and transportation-oriented Chinese customers with parameters and services for the China market has been officially granted to Italy.Read More
China Eastern Airlines, one of the three largest airlines in China, has launched its non-stop service between Shanghai and Toronto, its sixth destination in North America.Read More
Chinese tourists overtook Germans in terms of numbers visiting Russia in the first quarter of this year, having topped a million for the first time in 2013.Read More
Looking to convince Chinese tourists that a ship can be a holiday destination, the world's leading cruise lines are spending billions of dollars on flashy new vessels and quirky on-board services.Read More
Russia is aiming to cash in on an increasing inflow of tourists from China, benefiting from the two nations' increased strategic and economic cooperation.Read More
On June 21, 2014, the island of Guam welcomed 116 Chinese passengers aboard the first regularly scheduled non-stop charter flight from Beijing, China to Guam, USA.Read More
Portugal is gearing up to attract Chinese investors as an emerging Chinese middle class has swelled the number of tourists holidaying in the debt-laden country.Read More
The number of Chinese tourists visiting South Korea witnessed a year-on-year 52.5 percent increase last year, with an average growth rate of 34 percent in the past five years.Read More