Chinese ride-hailing service Didi said on Tuesday that Chinese tourists will be able to use its mobile app to book rides provided by its partner Lyft when traveling in the United States.Read More
China Eastern Airlines plans to boost its capacity to North America by 50 per cent in 2016 to tap the rapidly growing travel market between China and the US in the China-US tourism yearRead More
2016 will be the year of tourism between China and the US. And the hoopla already has started with a big Chinese celebration at Universal Studio in Los Angeles.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
With immigration and reproductive rights as hot-button issues in upcoming US elections, it’s worth considering how China’s one-child policy has affected its largest trading partner.Read More
China - a decade ago not a major player in Southern California tourism - last year sent nearly 800,000 people to visit the shops, museums and tourist attractions in and around America's second-largest city. Read More
The two sides will work toward expanding and shaping U.S.-China travel and tourism, and strengthening the bond between our two peoples.Read More
Forget the sites — Chinese tourists visiting the greater Big Apple area last year came for the price.Read More
Las Vegas is an evolving city, and we need to ensure we continue to meet the growing demands of our international customers — specifically the ChineseRead More
Oregon’s tourism industry is growing at 14 percent, but a fair slice of that growth relies on one country — and it’s having problems. Last year, the largest number of overseas visitors to Oregon came from Japan, the U.K. and China. In that order. Todd Davidson with Travel Oregon said this year things are different. “China eclipsed both Japan and the U.K. to become our No. 1 market and they’re continuing to do that at the rate of about 20-plus percent, year-over-year growth,” Davidson said. But that growth is slowing and global stock markets are reacting toRead More