Tourism Tag

They're still coming in droves - but no longer buying in spades. After propping up sales for overseas retailers over the past decade with a shopping-driven tourism agenda, Chinese visitors are no longer returning home with suitcases bulging like before.Read More
Chinese mainland travelers are a major driving force for global tourism, according to a report released by China's leading online travel agency Ctrip and a Chinese think tank, the Center for China and Globalization.Read More
China is expected to see around 80 million tourists during the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival holiday, according to the latest data from the country's tourism administration.Read More
China plans to raise tourism revenue to 7 trillion yuan (about $1 trillion) by 2020, the Chinese government has said.Read More
While Australian wine exporters enjoy the surge in the value of their sales to China, cellar doors at home are also noticing a greater number of eager Chinese tourists.Read More
Not only fledgling markets like Spain, but long-prevalent destinations such as New York are also working hard to attract Chinese tourists.Read More
The European Union (EU) and China will be forming the EU-China Tourism Bureau, a joint committee that serves to represent the bilateral interests of the travel trade.Read More
The country's tourism sector generated more than a quarter of the jobs in the world's tourism industry in 2015, according to a report released Friday by the Wuhan Branch of China Tourism Academy.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
The explosive growth of spending overseas by Chinese tourists dwarfs the increase in the number of Chinese traveling abroad. The most likely reason? Disguised capital outflows.Read More