Boom Tag

China’s travel market is growing and Chinese travellers are on the lookout for new destinations, and they have discovered Hungary – their newest holiday playground.Read More
The number trips made by Chinese tourists visiting international destinations outside Greater China is forecast to rise by 10% next year to 86 million.Read More
China, California's No 1 overseas tourist market, continues to contribute to the travel and tourism industry, the state's key economic driver, which expanded for the seventh consecutive year in 2016.Read More
China continues to lead international outbound tourism, followed by the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom and France. Read More
China has become a major power in tourism. Over the last ten years travel abroad has increased steadily.Read More
In 2016, according to law firm Baker & McKenzie and research company Rhodium, China's direct investment into the US and Europe more than doubled.Read More
China's outbound tourism industry is expected to see slower but steady growth in the next five years.Read More
Relations between South Africa and China are bringing thousands of tourists in the country‚ raising the need for removing language barriers between the two.Read More
Cuba is hoping to boost the number of Chinese tourists as part of the island's attempts to develop its tourism potential.Read More
China may have many problems. But it is not due for a hard landing.Read More