Aggregated China Travel News

TTR Weekly
China fuels travel boom
TTR Weekly
BANGKOK, 27 June 2016: TMB Bank's think-tank unit, TMB Analytics, says Chinese tourists will continue to be a major source tourism for the next 10 years. The bank report said China was the top market for Thailand, last year, and that will continue to


AsiaOne
Fan Bingbing christens Royal Caribbean's newest cruise liner
AsiaOne
BEIJING, China – Actress Fan Bingbing became the first Chinese Godmother of Royal Caribbean's newest ship, Ovation of the Seas, as she christened the 347m-long cruise liner on Friday (June 24) at the port city of Tianjin. It is the first ship in Royal …

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The Straits Times
Selling to China via 'social travel marketplace'
The Straits Times
The team behind Wegogo: (seated, from left) Mr Tan, Mr Wong and Mr Mak; and (standing, from left) Mr Yue and Ms Ho-Phang. The start-up is an online platform for small travel service providers here and worldwide to sell directly to Chinese travellers.

CAL to pay compensation for travelers hit by strike
China Post
The aviation company expressed its deepest apologies over inconveniences experienced by passengers and travel agencies. China Airlines will not let partners take on the burden of the strike's aftermath on their own, they said. The airline also

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Daily Mail
Hunan bus fire in central China 'kills 30'
Daily Mail
Long-distance buses are popular in China as a cheap way of travelling between cities and competition between bus firms can be fierce. China has seen repeated bus fires in recent years which have caused multiple fatalities. At least 38 people were

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Travel agents lament CAL strike
Taipei Times
The nation's travel industry lost NT$50 million (US$1.54 million) as a result of a strike called by flight attendants that caused the cancelations of more than 100 flights operated by China Airlines (CAL), Travel Agent Association spokesman Lee Chi-yue

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Travel industry estimated to lose NT$50 million due to CAL strikeFocus Taiwan News ChannelTaipei, June 25 (CNA) The local travel industry is estimated to suffer a loss of NT$50 million (US$1.54 million) as a result of a strike by flight attendants of C…

Assistant Secretary Frank A. Rose to Travel to Japan, the Republic of Korea, and ChinaImperial Valley NewsWashington, DC – Assistant Secretary for Arms Control, Verification and Compliance Frank A. Rose will travel to Japan, the Republic of Korea, and …

Senior US Official to Visit Japan, China, S. Korea to Address Arms ControlSputnik InternationalUS Assistant Secretary for Arms Control, Verification and Compliance Frank Rose will travel to Japan, South Korea, and China next week to discuss space secur…

The China Travel Company to Review All Trips in the Latter Half of 2016
Digital Journal
The China Travel Company, a premier China tours and holidays specialist offering one of the UK's widest selections of trips that centre on private and tailor made travel arrangements, has recently announced their plan to reassess all their trips in the


ABC News
Robin Roberts' Travel Diary: Inside Her Trip to China
ABC News
Robin Roberts' Travel Diary: Inside Her Trip to China. More. The "GMA" co-anchor takes you along as she visits China's iconic spots – including the Great Wall, Wangfujing market and Chengdu, home of the giant panda. 3:51 | 06/24/16. ABC Breaking News …

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'GMA' Travel Diary: Robin Roberts Takes In the Sights and Culture of China
ABC News
Roberts' time in Beijing soon drew to a close, but it wouldn't be complete without one last stop: The Great Wall of China. Comprising 13,000 miles made of brick, stone and wood, the iconic architectural landmark was built for protection against raids

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TODAYonline
Chinese travel site Qunar gets offer to be taken private
TODAYonline
NEW YORK/HONG KONG — Qunar Cayman Islands Ltd received a preliminary offer from Ocean Management Ltd to buy all outstanding shares of the travel site, the latest example of a proposed privatisation of a US-listed Chinese company. The private …

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South China Morning Post
Chinese travel site Qunar joins the delisting bandwagon
South China Morning Post
China's second-largest online travel platform Qunar is the latest US-listed Chinese company to go private, in a wave of such firms' returning to the home market for higher valuations. Nasdaq-listed Qunar Cayman Islands said in a regulatory filing on

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South China Morning PostChinese travel site Qunar receives offer to be taken privateSouth China Morning PostQunar Cayman Islands received a preliminary offer from Ocean Management to buy all outstanding shares of the travel site, the latest example of …