Over the next five years, the number of Chinese visitors to the US is expected to more than double, from 1.8 to 4.3 million. The average Chinese tourist in the US spends over $7,000 a trip.Read More
New York has representatives based in the major urban areas of Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chengdu. Next week, it will hold three “Becoming China Ready” workshops.Read More
Chinese tourists have named Australia as their most desired overseas holiday destination but are choosing the United States as their No. 1 actual visited one.Read More
The United States needs to live up to the goals of its National Travel and Tourism Strategy by approving a visa waiver for Chinese visitors to Guam. Read More
Chinese shoppers are expected to provide the much-needed momentum for retail sales in the US on Friday, even as most Americans celebrate differently.Read More
Wealthy Chinese stock up on high-price items like jewelry and watches because the prices are cheaper in the United States than in China, due to very high import taxes. Read More
There will be four nonstop flights per week between Beijing and Dulles, contributing to greater opportunities in the Commonwealth for business and economic development.Read More
Over the past few years California has had a huge spike in tourists from China - especially in Los Angeles. The local Chinese population in Los Angeles is the largest of any county in the United States. Read More