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  • RCEP to promote construction of world's largest tourism economic community: report

    RCEP free trade agreement will reshape the global tourism development pattern and help build the world's largest tourism economic community, according to a report released by the International Mountain Tourism Alliance and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) on Saturday.


  • Finland welcomes China's resumption of group tours: tourism official

    David Wu, Visit Finland's director of Greater China, said in a recent written interview with Xinhua that he was excited by China's decision to reopen group tourism to Finland.


  • Across China: Summer tourism innovation boosts consumption recovery in Hainan

    South China's Hainan Province, a thriving tourist destination, has witnessed a bustling tourism market throughout the 2023 summer vacation, accelerating the recovery of its tourism consumption.


  • Booming culture, tourism inject new vigor into consumption in east China

    Boasting enchanting scenery, numerous historic sites and bustling markets along the riverbanks, the Qinhuai River, a major waterway of Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province.


  • N. China's Arxan welcomes global tourists to experience natural beauty

    The 2023 China (Arxan) Tourism Conference will be held from September 2 to 3 in Arxan, Xing'an League in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, welcoming tourists from home and abroad to join and indulge in the beautiful natural scenery of Arxan.


  • Spain sees sharp increase in number of Chinese tourists in H1

    The number of Chinese tourists visiting Spain increased by 420 percent in the first six months of 2023, according to a report released by the Spanish tourism agency Turespana on Monday.


  • Across China: Old-school farmers' markets emerge as new tourist attraction

    Deng Lei embarked on a unique summer vacation with his wife and child in Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province.


  • Promotion conference held in S. China's Hainan to attract Australian tourists

    A tourism and cultural industry promotion conference was held on Monday in Sanya, south China's Hainan Province, with an attempt to boost the island province's tourism resources and tap business opportunities in Australian market, China News Service reported.


  • Summer tourism market in SW. China's Lijiang heats up with innovative products

    Innovative tourism products, formats, and experiences like the folk song performance have heated up the summer tourism market in Lijiang City.


  • China's Three Gorges Dam sees record tourists in H1

    The Three Gorges Dam at the world's largest hydropower project welcomed a record number of tourists in the first half of this year, according to the China Three Gorges Corporation.


  • China's resort island thriving with tourism, consumption

    China's southernmost province Hainan is striving to build itself into an international tourism and consumption center with duty-free shopping and featured industries.


  • China to see surge in exits, entries during upcoming holiday

    China will see a surge in inbound and outbound passenger flows during the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival holiday, according to the National Immigration Administration (NIA) forecast on Tuesday.


  • Cherry planting empowers local rural economy in Wendeng, E. China's Shandong Province

    With a total of over 8,000 mu of cherry planting area, the cherry planting industry has become a driver for the local rural economy in Kunyu Mountain, Wendeng District of Weihai City, east China's Shandong Province.


  • Thailand launches safety-focused campaign to woo Chinese visitors

    The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) launched a campaign on Monday to bolster market confidence among Chinese tourists, while emphasizing safety measures.


  • Tourism resources in E. China's Huangshan City promoted at Asian cultural festival in New York

    Huangshan Tourism Development Co., Ltd. (Huangshan Tourism, 600054.SH), a leading tourism enterprise in China, has organized various activities to promote the tourism resources in Huangshan City of east China's Anhui Province at the Asian cultural festival in New York, with wide attention aroused, reported China Securities Journal.


  • China to promote green, low-carbon transformation of tourism industry

    Representatives from the Chinese tourism industry and academia recently stated that they would make efforts to promote the transformation of the industry towards green and low-carbon development in post-pandemic era, reported


  • International tourism summit kicks off in central China

    An international summit on the global tourism economy and the development of tourism cities opened Wednesday in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province.


  • China unveils 10 national-level tourism routes along Yangtze River

    China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) has unveiled 10 travel routes featuring various themes, through marshalling world-class cultural and tourism resources along the Yangtze River international golden tourism belt.


  • Chinese tourists back in Singapore during May Day holiday

    Before the epidemic, China was one of Singapore's largest sources of tourists. On the first May Day holiday after the epidemic, Singapore once again ushered in new wave of Chinese tourists.


  • China's resort island sees tourism boom during May Day holiday

    South China's tropical island province of Hainan hosted over 3.2 million tourists during the past May Day holiday, a rise of 141.5 percent year on year.


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