Shanghai, China, February 24, 2017 /ChinaNewswire.com/ - Thirty years ago, foreigners were coming to China for travel and leisure. Now Chinese themselves are both the biggest domestic consumers of travel and also the fastest growing segment of outbound international travel.
With this enhanced exposure to Chinese tourism, China Hospitality News, the leading online Chinese-language travel publication for over a decade, is expanding its offering to readers with free email alerts and newsletters to keep travel insiders abreast of the latest critical business news emanating from China.
Maintaining a keen eye on the machinations of Chinese tourists and inbound foreign travelers is a herculean task, and China Hospitality News stays on top of the news. The National Tourism Administration of The People's Republic of China reports that Brazil's Tourism Ministry has authorized 316 travel agencies to receive Chinese tourists in 2017, and Beijing saw 285 million tourist arrivals across all transportation modes in 2016, according to the Beijing Municipal Commission of Tourism Development. And just a few weeks ago, 51.99 million passengers traveled by train during the Spring Festival break, an increase of 8.8% from a year earlier, according to China Railway.
The new email newsletters and alert offering is located at https://www.chinahospitalitynews.com/cn/subscribe and gives subscribers timely information to make important travel industry decisions. With an eye towards hospitality, hotels, airlines, MICE, and travel industry professionals, China Hospitality News is seeking to serve travel professionals on all platforms and with all data needs.
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