Aggregated China Travel News

Rappler
Chinese tourists unfazed by currency fall, market turmoil
Rappler
Lee is among tens of millions from China's growing middle class who travel across the globe every year for leisure. A record 117 million Chinese travelled overseas in 2014, according to the Sydney-based Centre for Asia-Pacific Aviation (CAPA) – more

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AsiaOne
Chinese tourists unfazed by currency fall, market turmoil
AsiaOne
Lee is among tens of millions from China's growing middle class who travel across the globe every year for leisure. A record 117 million Chinese travelled overseas in 2014, according to the Sydney-based Centre for Asia-Pacific Aviation (CAPA) – more

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South China Morning Post (subscription)
Big-spending Chinese tourists unfazed by currency fall and market turmoil and
South China Morning Post (subscription)
Lee is among tens of millions from China's growing middle class who travel across the globe every year for leisure. A record 117 million Chinese travelled overseas in 2014, according to the Sydney-based Centre for Asia-Pacific Aviation (CAPA) – more

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South China Morning Post (subscription)
Big-spending Chinese tourists unfazed by currency fall and market turmoil and
South China Morning Post (subscription)
Lee is among tens of millions from China's growing middle class who travel across the globe every year for leisure. A record 117 million Chinese travelled overseas in 2014, according to the Sydney-based Centre for Asia-Pacific Aviation (CAPA) – more

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The Straits Times
An investment exercise through travel
The Straits Times
Scary? It's also an extremely productive way to run a business, and popular too – dozens of such operators can be found on the mobile travel app Qunar. As a market, China is also somewhat different from Singapore. For instance, it seems to me that

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The Straits Times
An investment exercise through travel
The Straits Times
Scary? It's also an extremely productive way to run a business, and popular too – dozens of such operators can be found on the mobile travel app Qunar. As a market, China is also somewhat different from Singapore. For instance, it seems to me that

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Stuff.co.nzExpat tales: The great outdoorsStuff.co.nzI had been living in London, working in the corporate world. I had left that world feeling unfulfilled by my work and decided to travel Asia for six months. I ended up in Yangshuo, China, landed myse…


AOL Travel UK
Villager's house destroyed after rocket propeller falls from sky
AOL Travel UK
A house in China was damaged after debris from a rocket carrying a satellite into orbit fell from the sky. According to local police, the rocket propeller crashed into a villager's home just minutes after the launch on Thursday morning. AFP reports

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Outbound tourist flows from China riseecnsThe most popular tourist destinations for Chinese travelers were South Korea, followed by Thailand, Japan, the United States and Vietnam. Dai Bin, head of the academy, said Hong Kong and Macao are also major tr…

Outbound tourist flows from China riseecnsThe most popular tourist destinations for Chinese travelers were South Korea, followed by Thailand, Japan, the United States and Vietnam. Dai Bin, head of the academy, said Hong Kong and Macao are also major tr…

MI News 26Gov. Snyder talks tourism in ChinaMI News 26Snyder spent this past week in China on a mission to promote business and tourism in Michigan. Earlier in the week, the Governor spoke with travel journalists at the Great Wall of China and on Wedne…

But other data, such as increasing outbound travel, suggest "the traveling
Huffington Post
He noted that the income of the middle class in China is forecast to grow faster than the economy. Chinese authorities are trying to shift the economy's focus on manufacturing and exports toward consumer spending — something that could sustain

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But other data, such as increasing outbound travel, suggest "the traveling
Huffington Post
He noted that the income of the middle class in China is forecast to grow faster than the economy. Chinese authorities are trying to shift the economy's focus on manufacturing and exports toward consumer spending — something that could sustain

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AsiaOneChinese overseas tourist numbers climb in 2014AsiaOneThe official Xinhua news agency said that about 107 million Chinese ventured overseas in 2014 for leisure, citing a report by the China Tourism Academy, an institute under the China National T…

BRIEF-China International Travel Service's H1 net profit up 19.5 pct
Reuters
Aug 28 China International Travel Service Corp Ltd. * Says H1 net profit up 19.47 percent y/y at 1.02 billion yuan ($159.71 million). Source text in Chinese: bit.ly/1hkxy8N. Further company coverage: ($1 = 6.3865 Chinese yuan renminbi) (Reporting by