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  • Digital approaches fuel cultural, tourism industry amid epidemic

    China's cultural and tourism industry has turned to digital approaches to deflect the blow delivered by the novel coronavirus, picking up steam in its recovery and boosting fledgling businesses such as virtual tours.


  • China Focus: Tourism industry picks up as coronavirus outbreak subsides

    The spring is in the air, so is the battered tourism industry as the COVID-19 epidemic recedes in China. Many scenic spots in regions with low risks have reopened to tourists, bringing dawn and hope to the hard-hit industry.


  • Macao holds int'l travel industry expo

    The seventh Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo kicked off here on Friday, with a total of 452 tourism-related entities and enterprises from 53 countries and regions participating in the expo.


  • Tourism performance booms in China

    Tourism performance, a new form of art performance offered at tourist sites to present local culture to tourists, is thriving in China, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) said Thursday.


  • Chinese tourists go together with smart technology

    Tourists in Shanghai can now have their faces scanned to hop on and off sightseeing buses, China Daily reported on Monday.


  • China Focus: Forbidden City's festive smash hit sends new message on cultural consumption

    A national sensation since the Chinese Lunar New Year celebration earlier this month has affirmed the Forbidden City's status as one of the public's favorite landmarks and is an indicator of China's consumption upgrade.


  • Beijing parks receive 2.3 mln visitors during Spring Festival holiday

    Parks have become popular destinations for people in Beijing to celebrate the week-long Spring Festival holiday, which ended on Sunday, official statistics showed.


  • Across China: Winter sports tourism flourishing in warmer south

    Winter sports have become so popular in China that southern Chinese cities, where the weather is usually warm, are building outdoor ski resorts to cash in.


  • Cambodia's leading telecom operator launches WeChat Go SIM for Chinese visitors

    Cambodia's leading mobile operator Smart Axiata has launched the Smart WeChat Go SIM, a new prepaid product targeting Chinese visitors, according to its press release on Saturday.


  • Tropical island Hainan to boost tourism with more cruises

    South China's Hainan Province plans to develop more cruise routes to upgrade its tourism, Hainan governor Shen Xiaoming said Sunday.


  • Chinese overseas tourism turns to quality

    With increasing frequency of travel and mature shopping behavior, Chinese tourists have gradually abandoned impulsive consumption and more concerned about the quality than quantity of tourism consumption.


  • Macao records over 35 mln visitor arrivals in 2018

    Visitor arrivals in China's Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) made a record of 35.80 million in 2018, up by 9.8 percent year-on-year, the SAR's statistics service said on Wednesday.


  • China Focus: Golden week beckons as billions of Chinese hit the road

    Chinese travel agencies and research institutes estimate that over 7 million Chinese are expected to travel overseas during the upcoming Lunar New Year.


  • Chinese tourists to B&R countries up 77 pct in past 5 years

    The number of Chinese tourists visiting countries along Belt and Road routes was on a dramatic rise in the past five years, according to a green book on China's tourism published by the Tourism Research Center of the CASS on Wednesday.


  • Foreigners' trips to, out of China up 11 pct in 2018

    The number of trips made by foreigners to and out of China crossed the mark of 90 million for the first time, reaching 95.32 million in 2018, up 11.6 percent from 2017, figures from the National Immigration Administration have shown.


  • Tourist number hits record high in border city

    The number of inbound tourists in a border city in southern China has hit a new high.


  • Winter tours a hit in Xinjiang

    In the otherworldly scenic spot of Kanas in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, about 1,000 tourists from around the country poured snow on each other to ring in the New Year.


  • China to build Hainan into globally influential tourism and consumption destination by 2035

    China aims to build Hainan into an international tourism and consumption center by 2025 and a globally influential tourism and consumption destination by 2035, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) said Friday.


  • China has 259 top-level tourism spots: ministry

    China has more than 30,000 scenic spots and tourist attractions, among which 259 have 5A-level ratings, the highest rating for Chinese tourist sites, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.


  • Sports to boost Hainan tourism

    China will encourage new tourism-related activities in Hainan province, such as horse racing, sports betting and an instant lottery, to help build the province into a leading global tourism destination, central government authorities said.


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