Aggregated China Travel News
Marriott Opens Hotel In Zhuzhou, China
Travel Wires (blog)
Marriott Hotels is developing every aspect of the guest' s stay, allowing the next generation to Travel Brilliantly. Boldly renovating itself for mobile and global travelers who blend work and play, Marriott leads the industry with innovations that

Seoul mayor sets out to woo back Chinese tourists
Shanghai Daily (subscription)
Park is also slated to visit Shanghai and Beijing in his five-day trip in China, the world's largest outbound travel market, to woo back tourists who put on hold plans to travel to ROK following the outbreak of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome

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Seoul mayor sets out to woo back Chinese touristsXinhuaGUANGZHOU, Aug. 2 (Xinhua) — The Mayor of Seoul brought all his skill into play to attract more Chinese tourists to travel to MERS-hit Republic of Korea (ROK) on Sunday in southern Chinese city Gu…


The Japan Times
Turkey takes in Uighur refugees; angers China
The Japan Times
The document, valid only for travel to Turkey, lists the baby's place of birth as Turpan, a city in China's western Xinjiang region. Under “nationality,” it says “East Turkestan,” the name Uighur activists and their Turkish supporters give for their

China to close Beijing's airports during military parade to mark victory over
Winnipeg Free Press
The display of armed might has put off some invited countries from attending given ongoing tensions between China and Japan over wartime history and competing claims to islands in the East China Sea. China's fast growing air travel market is the world

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ecns
12 European panda fans travel to China's Sichuan
ecns
Tourists from Europe feed giant pandas at Chengdu Research Base of Giant Pandas in Chengdu, capital city of southwest China's Sichuan Province, Aug. 1, 2015. Twelve Europeans from six countries, fans of panda, will travel around Sichuan in the

On the Move Again
Deutsche Welle
China's most famous artist abroad: Who is Ai Weiwei? 31.07.2015. After four years without a passport, the dissident artist can now travel and has arrived in Germany. DW looks at what political restriction means for the artist and why his ties to Berlin

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Forbes
Global Business Travel To Boom, With China Dominating The Trend
Forbes
China's growth is still expected to be bigger in percentage terms than anyone else compounded over the next five years. China business travel spend is expected to rise by more than 60% by 2020 to $420 billion. That jump would be bigger than the biz


The Guardian
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei to attend Melbourne ​exhibition of his work
The Guardian
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei has confirmed he will travel to Australia to attend the National Gallery of Victoria's upcoming summer exhibition of his and Andy Warhol's work. The blockbuster exhibition, which opens on 11 December, will be the

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The Daily Telegraph
Nature and wildlife tours highlight this week's 10 travel deals to inspire
The Daily Telegraph
HEAD to China next year and save up to $1000 when you book a tour from Wendy Wu's 2016 Early bird Specials brochure before September 18, 2015. For example, the 14-day Majestic Yangtze tour has been reduced by $700 to $4380 a person. It sets off …

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Herald Sun
Nature and wildlife tours highlight this week's 10 travel deals to inspire
Herald Sun
HEAD to China next year and save up to $1000 when you book a tour from Wendy Wu's 2016 Early bird Specials brochure before September 18, 2015. For example, the 14-day Majestic Yangtze tour has been reduced by $700 to $4380 a person. It sets off …

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China Digital Times
Confusion or Conspiracy? U.K. Limits Ai Weiwei Visa
China Digital Times
Shortly before taking off, however, he revealed an unexpected issue in his onward travel to the United Kingdom in a statement posted to Instagram. British immigration authorities, he announced, … In a letter, the department states that “It is a

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Irish Times
Hey big spender: the rise and rise of the Chinese tourist
Irish Times
There is a growing hysteria about Chinese tourism, similar perhaps to the euphoria about Japanese tourists in the 1970s and 1980s. Even as economic growth in China slows to 7 per cent, the enthusiasm in the world's most populous nation for foreign

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China whirlwind: Beijing, Xian, Lhasa, Shanghai
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Workman to travel to ChinaPortsmouth Daily TimesDr. Stanley Workman, Shawnee State University (SSU) professor and local pianist and vocalist, is preparing to leave the country once again to showcase his voice across seas. His upcoming trip has him leav…