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Chinese Outbound Travel News

Outbound tourism from China has been a major force in the global tourism industry before the pandemic. In 2019, Chinese travelers made 155 million trips abroad and spent almost $255 billion, amounting to 14% of global tourism revenue. The number of total outbound trips from China is expected to surpass 200 million in 2023 and 365 million by 2030. This would mean a significant recovery and growth for the global tourism industry. Follow news about this below.

Tourism

China OB Daily: Russia, U.S. graduation season, South Korea

Tourism

ChinaOB Daily: First Chinese cruise, California, Canada and Taiwan

Tourism

Hawaii’s beaches take backseat to shopping malls for Chinese visitors

Chinese visitors might be the only non-island country tourists on the planet not seduced by Hawaii's beaches. The state may have to boost its shopping creds if it wants these highest spending tourists to come in increasing numbers.

Hawaii’s beaches take backseat to shopping malls for Chinese visitors

Tourism

U.S has $4.4 billion tourism surplus with China, but are businesses ready?

Great overview of the challenges U.S. face in attracting more Chinese visitors, and why it needs to overcome them, for it own good.

Tourism

ChinaOB Daily, Weekend Edition: Taiwan, Thailand, Mexico, U.S.

Tourism

ChinaOB Daily: California, Bali, Australian wine, Trump Soho

Tourism

ChinaOB Daily: Zero-dollar tours, Mexico, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Nepal

Tourism

ChinaOB Daily: Caribbean nations, Costa Rica, Myanmar, Italy, Finnish ecotourism

Tourism

China’s ultra rich travel less, but shop much more while abroad

Chinese outbound travel is hard to understand without understanding retail shopping as part of the mix. Rich Chinese travelers take that to a whole new level.

China’s ultra rich travel less, but shop much more while abroad

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New: ChinaOB Daily: News roundup on Chinese outbound travel

New: ChinaOB Daily: News roundup on Chinese outbound travel