Aggregated China Travel News
Obama to travel to China, Burma and Australia in November
Business Standard
"The first pillar is the trade and investment pillar, and then the second one is what the Chinese call the innovation, reform, and growth pillar. But in general, those are the set of issues that are related to how we sustain economic growth in the region," he said …

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Trip to China on Torrance Mayor Pat Furey's economic development agenda
The Daily Breeze
Torrance Mayor Pat Furey has received City Council approval to travel to China in November to attend the annual Global Mayors' Forum to foster “international networking and long-term economic development contacts.” The forum, scheduled Nov. 1-5 in …


IBNLive
Barack Obama to travel to China Burma and Australia in November
IBNLive
Washington: US President Barack Obama will visit China, Burma and Australia in November as part of his administration's Asia Pacific re-balance strategy to attend key regional summits and meet G-20 leaders, a senior US official said. In Beijing Obama will …

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Tourism Australia appoints first agents to lead 'high yield' China tourism strategy
TravelDailyNews Asia-Pacific
"The vast majority of international travel out of China is still booked through travel agencies, and under this program we believe we've identified the best of the best, who have the commitment and capability to help us engage with this new breed of more …

State-owned Air China first-half profit sinks by half as weaker yuan hikes costs
Greenfield Daily Reporter
Air China Ltd. said "enthusiasm for outbound travel remained high and the market for international passengers continued to be strong," although some regions and routes faced higher operating pressures. The company said that it was cutting capacity to …

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Tourist nearly drowns during geese attack in China's Guizhou province
NEWS.com.au
A HAPLESS tourist nearly drowned in a vicious attack by two geese when he strayed too close to their river nest in southern China. Stunned Lu Chen had been paddling in the stream to cool down in Gaowen Village in China's Guizhou province, when the two …

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Amadeus integrates UnionPay into the payment platform.4HoteliersThe UnionPay card scheme is now available to airlines using Amadeus Payment Platform as an online travel payment option and airlines have easy access to outbound and domestic Chinese touri…

Amadeus payment deal suits China marketmicebtnAmadeus travel providers, including airlines and online travel agencies world wide can now offer the card as an online payment option directly via the APP across over 140 countries where UnionPay is accepte…

Sports Features CommunicationsSports Travel: Korean Air Announces Codeshare Agreement with China …Sports Features Communications(SFC) It was announced that a codeshare agreement between Korean Airlines and China Southern Airlines was launched on Augu…

California adapting to rising tide of tourists from China – now 1.8ma year
South China Morning Post (subscription)
It's a common scene in Orange county, which is doing what it can to attract buses filled with Chinese tourists. To make them feel at home, it accepts China's UnionPay card and provides Putonghua-speaking salespeople. The mall's shops and tourist spots offer …

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China Reportedly Creating 'Supersonic' Submarines
Latino Post
Imagine being able to travel from Shanghai to San Francisco in less than two hours–underwater. Chinese researchers are working on creating submarines that harness something called supercavitation in order to achieve amazing speeds. Supercavitation …

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How We Can Get Submarines to Travel at Supersonic Speed
Wired
Chinese researchers say they are developing technology that would allow submarines to travel more than 750 mph. That's faster than commercial aircraft fly, and yes, it is possible. The technology is called supercavitation, and it's been around for decades.

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Nine reasons why you should go to China with Carson Now and the Chamber …Carson NowNext April, I will be traveling with the Carson City Chamber of Commerce Travel Club on a trade mission to China. This trip is open to anyone who wants to go, and is a…

US eager to cater to Chinese tourists
Bryan-College Station Eagle
COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — On a hot summer day, nearly two dozen Chinese tourists descended from a white shuttle bus for an afternoon of shopping at one of Southern California's signature upscale malls. One tourist conferred with a salesman at South …

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US Eager to Cater to Chinese Tourists
Boston.com
From the mall's shops to tourist spots that offer maps and brochures in Mandarin to hotels serving congee, or rice porridge, for breakfast, businesses in California are trying to entice the growing numbers of Chinese tourists coming to the U.S. to visit the state …

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