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The Seychelles islands are going after their share of the Chinese market with the tourism board and its partners participating at the International Tourism Expo of China for the 3rd year running.
TUMON, Guam – Arrivals from China to Guam rose from 7,068 to 8,939 – a significant increase of 26.5% compared to CY2011.
China’s expenditure on travel abroad reached US$102 billion in 2012, making it the first tourism source market in the world in terms of spending.
“The Outline for National Tourism and Leisure (2013-2020),” recently issued by the government of China, sets the ground for the redefinition of tourism development and management in the country, i
LEXINGTON, Kentucky - The Chinese government has announced a series of initiatives aimed at increasing travel among its citizens.
HAWAII, USA; BRUSSELS, Belgium; VICTORIA, Seychelles; BALI, Indonesia - Addressing the China Tourism Forum during FITUR Travel Fair, the International Coalition of Tourism Partners (ICTP) President, P
Seychelles has won the Island Holiday Destination of the Year, awarded by the China Travel & Meetings Industry Awards for Business Travel. Mr.
China will be the focal point of this year's BRICS events at World Travel Market 2012, the leading global event for the travel industry, as the country becomes one of the biggest inbound and outbound
AS RECENTLY as 10 years ago travelling overseas meant flying to Britain (after the obligatory trip to New Zealand).
HONOLULU, Hawaii – In 2010, more than 54 million Chinese citizens traveled abroad.
WASHINGTON, DC - Industry leader, Travel Document Systems, Inc., a 26-year veteran of the expedited visa and passport business, has announced that in response to the rapidly-growing consumer demand in
GUANGZHOU, China - The China Travel Distribution Summit 2011 will bring together some of the world’s and China's most influential travel industry leaders and executives to discuss core issues affect
BANGKOK, Thailand - China Tourism Forecasts 2011-2013 represents a "slice" of all of the forecasts presented in the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) mother publication "Asia Pacific Tourism Fore