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Chicago TribuneAustralia, China report travel-related cases of Zika virusChicago TribuneA pregnant woman in Australia has tested positive for the Zika virus after traveling overseas, health officials said Wednesday. The woman was diagnosed in Queenslan…


AsiaOne
Japan, South Korea try to keep up with China's travel tastes
AsiaOne
TOKYO – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was in a good mood on the evening of Jan. 19. Sipping red wine at his official residence, he told his dinner guests the news of the day: Tourist arrivals to Japan had surged 47 per cent in 2015 to a record 19

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Gibraltar, February 10, 2016 /ChinaNewswire.com/ – Famous Four Media, the world's leading domain name management company for new-style domain names, is expanding its operations into the Asian geography by opening a Wholly Foreign Owned Entity in China for the purpose of applying for Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) accreditation. Famous Four Media is … Continue reading "Famous Four Media Expands Into China"

Nikkei Asian ReviewKevin B. Murphy Asia needs to aim for sustainable tourismNikkei Asian ReviewAccording to the latest five-year forecast from the Pacific Asia Travel Association, by 2019, annual visitor arrivals for destinations across Asia are expect…


Nikkei Asian Review
Japan, South Korea try to keep up with China's travel tastes
Nikkei Asian Review
Last year's 5 million Chinese visitors spent some 1.41 trillion yen ($12 billion) in the country, according to the Japan National Tourism Organization, as a weaker yen and broader duty-free exemptions opened wallets wide. Half of Chinese visitors

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Nikkei Asian ReviewThe new globetrotters Southeast Asia opens its arms to Chinese touristsNikkei Asian ReviewIn recent years, Chinese travel to the region has been affected by anti-China riots and diplomatic tension with Vietnam over offshore oil explo…


The New Daily
Minister Robert faces travel questions
The New Daily
Asked if the minister indicated whether the visit to China was a private trip, Mr Richardson said: “I'm not aware that we were advised that he was travelling to China privately.” Opposition Leader Bill Shorten attempted to censure the PM on Wednesday

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The Guardian
Peta Credlin was told about Stuart Robert's China travel plans, committee hears
The Guardian
… attorney general, Mark Dreyfus, asked Robert whether he had provided Parkinson with details of the ministerial meeting, a copy of the “letter of appointment” he reportedly presented at the mining event, and proof that he had met all of his China

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CCTV-America
The Heat: Chinese New Year's massive importance
CCTV-America
China's Ministry of Transportation estimates that nearly 3 billion domestic trips will be made during Chinese New Year, which the Chinese also call “Spring Festival”. The amount of travel to reunited with family during Chinese New Year is so big it has

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Global JournalistChina bars ailing journalist from travelGlobal JournalistA veteran Chinese journalist who was released from jail in November has been denied permission to leave China for medical reasons despite previously suffering a heart attack. Gao…


The Epoch Times
Party Official Says the Need to Travel to Buy Flu Medicine is 'A Shame'
The Epoch Times
“Going to Japan to buy flu medicine—this is a disgrace to pharmaceutical industry in China,” said Wang Xuehai, a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference of Hubei, a political advisory body, on Jan. 30. (Wang may also have been …

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Telegraph.co.uk
Data reveals patterns of Spring Festival travel rush
Telegraph.co.uk
Other busy routes include train journeys from Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou to central and western China, home to many migrant workers and college students. This year's Spring Festival travel rush lasts for 40 days from 24 January to 3 March.

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National Post
Photo essay: Chinese visit temples, fairs to ring in Year of the Monkey
National Post
Dancers dressed in lion costumes entertained the crowds in Manila's Chinatown, Indonesia's ethnic Chinese prayed in Jakarta, and the Sydney Opera House was lit red. Travel agent Meng Su was lining up to burn incense at the Tibetan Buddhist Lama …

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The Business of Fashion
The China Edit | Optimism at LVMH, Lunar New Year Travel, Factories Pause
The Business of Fashion
The China Edit | Optimism at LVMH, Lunar New Year Travel, Factories Pause. The China Edit is a weekly curation of the most important fashion business news and analysis from and about the world's largest luxury market. Louis Vuitton store in Hong Kong …

Are we doing enough to welcome the Chinese?
The Argus
The city's council-run tourism department VisitBrighton is working with Tourism South East's (TSE) Go China campaign and also organises press trips for Chinese travel writers. But one Brighton-based businesswoman thinks more should be done to take …