Chinese New Year Tag

With the world’s largest internet population and smartphone market, China has also the biggest app economy, enabling internet companies to stay engaged with users even during the festive holiday season.Read More
China is entering the week-long lunar New Year holiday and 6.5 million travelers are expected to spend that break overseas, splashing billions of dollars over the break.Read More
More mainland Chinese will travel overseas during this Chinese New Year and over half are expected to travel with family. Here are four notable Chinese New Year 2017 trends:Read More
The Chinese New Year travel rush, also known as 'chun yun' in Chinese, is often referred to around the globe as the world's largest mass migration. Read More
China's tourism revenue surged during the Spring Festival holiday, the National Tourism Administration said on Sunday.Read More
Surely a collection of primate-themed goodies–in red and gold, of course–would drive Chinese consumers wild in the run-up to the Lunar New Year, right? Maybe not.Read More
As if accommodating Chinese visitors on their usual shopping sprees weren't enough, major Japanese retailers are now actively working to lure this demographic to their storefronts for the Lunar New Year.Read More
Spending is up, even with growth slowing and stocks slumping: China's consumers increased spending on travel and entertainment as hundreds of millions of people traveled during the holiday last week.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
South Coast Plaza, the highest-grossing mall in the US, did $1.7 billion in sales in 2015. Its peak season begins the day after Thanksgiving and ends at the close of Chinese New Year celebrations.Read More