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How Do Chinese Tourists Really Feel About Paris?

October 26, 2015/0/0/

There’s no denying that France holds a special place in the hearts of Chinese tourists. Last year, an estimated 2.2 million mainland Chinese travelers visited the country, up from 1.7 million in 2013. And owing to a weaker euro, French retailers have continued to see strong sales to Chinese travelers in 2015. The allure of […]

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Global Destinations Keep Close Eye on China’s Super Golden Week Holiday

October 6, 2015/0/0/

China’s Golden Week is in full swing, with Chinese consumers traveling the world for sightseeing, dining, wine tasting, fun, and of course, shopping. Coming just a few days after the Lunar Mid-Autumn Festival, this week’s holiday is considered a “Super Golden Week,” one that lets Chinese tourists combine the two holidays for a longer travel […]

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New CLA Report: Chinese Tourist Spending to Double by 2020

September 28, 2015/1/0/

The world’s top tourism spenders since 2012, Chinese travelers are poised to become even more valuable for retailers, hoteliers, and travel destinations worldwide. According to a new report by China Luxury Advisors and the Fung Business Intelligence Centre (FBIC), total overseas spending by Chinese tourists, which is expected to increase 23 percent this year to […]

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On the Road Again: China’s Burgeoning “Staycation” Boom

September 14, 2015/0/0/

Affluent Chinese tourists may attract headlines and hand-wringing for their lavish spending, exponentially growing numbers, and bad behavior, but less over-the-top are the millions who stay at home and explore their own country. In recent years, Beijing has invested heavily in efforts to double domestic spending on tourism by 2020, with a goal of throwing some 5.5 […]

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From Confucius to California: Chinese Explore New Family Planning Options

August 10, 2015/0/0/

In China, traditional family values center on continuation of the family bloodline. According to Confucian philosophy, the worst form of unfilial conduct is a failure to leave behind descendants. During China’s feudal era, a woman’s virtue was often judged solely upon her ability to conceive and give birth. This has changed dramatically over the past […]

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