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As China’s outbound tourism market continues to boom, the world’s top destinations will see clear winners and losers in the race to win over Chinese tourists within the next five years.Read More
Mainland China may have the world's largest outbound tourism market but most of the tourists are going only to Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau.Read More
Censorship on Chinese social media has reached a new record this year as the mainland’s editors of public debate rushed to quell conversations on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests.Read More
Increasing civil unrest in Hong Kong is scaring off Chinese tourists, heaping further pressure on retailers which are already grappling with a protracted slowdown in sales.Read More

Posted On September 29, 2014By Daniel

Hong Kong Protesters’ Social Media Voice blocked

Instagram, the popular photo-sharing service owned by Facebook Inc , has been blocked in China, according to numerous reports, including from Hong Kong-based reporters with the New York Times.Read More

Posted On July 4, 2014By Stefan

Tough Times for Hong Kong Luxury Retailers

A series of confrontations between mainlanders and Hong Kong residents received wide media attention in China. It's the fourth straight month of tourist number declines - likely to get worse.Read More
China's Internet censors appeared to be blocking a number of overseas-based social media and messaging apps on Wednesday, after shutting down outspoken microblog accounts.Read More
Most of the international tourists to the southernmost city on Hainan Island came from Russia, Taiwan and Hong Kong, China News Service reported. Read More

Posted On September 7, 2016By Stefan

Guangzhou to launch Asia’s first Luxury Cruise Line

Dream Cruises, the first-ever Asian luxury cruise line operated by Genting Hong Kong, a global leisure, entertainment and hospitality corporation, will launch its maiden cruise in NovemberRead More

Posted On September 4, 2016By Stefan

Alipay sets sights on serving overseas customers

Alipay, one of China's most popular mobile payment apps, took a big step toward globalizing its services when it secured a third-party payment license in Hong Kong.Read More