Monthly archives: November 2011

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Top tips for marketing to affluent Chinese travellers

Top tips for marketing to affluent Chinese travellers

November 30, 2011

This is a guest article by Jens Thraenhart, president of Dragon Trail, a travel technology and digital marketing company focused on helping travel, tourism, and […]Read More

Australian travel firms increasingly keen on social media marketing in China

Australian travel firms increasingly keen on social media marketing in China

November 28, 2011

Australian travel firms are increasingly turning to Chinese social media as they look to build a presence in the world’s most populous country, that’s according […]Read More

China's Luxury Boom: The Middle Blingdom

China's Luxury Boom: The Middle Blingdom

November 25, 2011

Sales of costly trifles are even better than you think MANY Chinese people still remember the days when luxury meant a short queue for the […]Read More

The Red Pound: The British Hospitality Industry prepares for China

The Red Pound: The British Hospitality Industry prepares for China

November 22, 2011

Opportunities in China for future hoteliers to learn about the Chinese consumer. The struggling UK hospitality sector, suffering from the recession in the West, is […]Read More

Showing off: The culture behind China’s luxury goods market

Showing off: The culture behind China’s luxury goods market

November 21, 2011

Chinese people are buying brand-name goods like they are going out of style (many times they are), but is it because they are wealthy or […]Read More

The real story behind the “boom” in Chinese tourism to Australia

The real story behind the “boom” in Chinese tourism to Australia

November 16, 2011

BY JACK CARLSEN I recall attending a World Tourism Organisation [WTO] Conference in Tasmania ten years ago, where it was predicted that China would become […]Read More

HSBC’s reasons why China will become largest luxury market

HSBC’s reasons why China will become largest luxury market

November 14, 2011

According to global research by international financial services giant HSBC, China will overtake Japan as the country with the largest luxury consumption in the world […]Read More

Australia Expects $9 Billion Windfall From Chinese Tourists… If They Get It Right

Australia Expects $9 Billion Windfall From Chinese Tourists… If They Get It Right

November 9, 2011

Chinese Tourists Expected To Number 100 Million Globally By 2020 The UK and US might not be doing enough to attract China’s increasingly far-flung outbound […]Read More

China Soaring Towards New Tourism Records: More than 2 billion domestic and over 50 million outbound travellers in the first nine months of 2011

China Soaring Towards New Tourism Records: More than 2 billion domestic and over 50 million outbound travellers in the first nine months of 2011

November 7, 2011

Heide (Germany) /Beijing (China), October 24th 2011 Chinese tourism analysis released by CTA China Tourism Academy. The China Tourism Academy (CTA) in Beijing reports further […]Read More

Call for legalization of travel-related tipping in China

Call for legalization of travel-related tipping in China

November 4, 2011

Ctrip’s effort to introduce tipping to domestic Chinese travelers spurs nationwide controversy Major Chinese travel website Ctrip.com recently announced the launch of a “travel tipping […]Read More

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