Daniel Chit Neng Chan

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How 100 million Chinese travelers are changing global tourism

Last year, more than 100 million people from China traveled abroad, making the country the world’s #1 exporter of international tourists. What’s most …

Chinese travelers the world's biggest spenders | CNN Travel

Chinese tourists warned over behaviour abroad

<b>A senior Chinese Communist Party official has called for Chinese tourists to behave more politely when travelling abroad.</b><p>Wang Yang, one of China's four vice-premiers, said the "uncivilised behaviour" of some Chinese tourists was harming the country's image.<p>Among problems he singled out were talking …

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China is starting to get embarrassed about its tourists’ obnoxious behavior abroad

Chinese tourists are making their mark on the global tourism industry—literally. The picture above is a relief etched 3,500 years ago in Egypt’s Luxor Temple in Egypt. More recently, someone added the characters “Ding Jinhao was here,” as documented by an ashamed Chinese traveler who posted his …

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Chinese tourists start bloody fight on delayed plane in Thailand

This is why we can't have nice things. Fifteen Chinese tourists were forcibly removed from a China Eastern Airline plane in Phuket, Thailand, after a …

China Is Trying To Make Chinese Tourists Less Embarrassing

Nationalistic angst over the apparently poor reputation of Chinese tourists abroad is leading to official action.<p>Xinhua News Agency reports that for five consecutive days since last Wednesday, Xinwen Lianbo, a flagship news program on the state-run China Central Television (CCTV), has aired videos …

China Outbound Tourism: More Than 100 Million Border Crossings In 12 Months

First of all, apologies to my readers for being unable to contribute to Forbes.com for some time due to personal reasons. The Chinese Outbound Tourism continues to develop fast and there is much to write about, so I hope to do some catching up in the coming weeks.<p>Perhaps a fitting piece of news to …