Fliggy and Hurtigruten Take the Lead in Chinese Travel to Antarctica

With ever-improving tourism links and visa agreements with countries around the globe, the world has never been a smaller place for Chinese travelers. While a trip to Hong Kong at one point was worthy of bragging rights, it’s now become a staple destination that instills little excitement in China’s increasingly experienced travelers. Read More Advertisements

China Signals Thaw in THAAD Dispute and Likely End to ‘Tourist Ban,’ but Why Now?

China and South Korea have reportedly agreed to restore bilateral relations to a “normal development path swiftly.” What this means for the ongoing ban on the sale of tour group packages from China to South Korea is unclear, as tour group packages for South Korean destinations are still unavailable on Chinese online travel agencies (OTAs). … More China Signals Thaw in THAAD Dispute and Likely End to ‘Tourist Ban,’ but Why Now?

Will UK’s Chinese Luxury Shopping Fever Last Forever?

Perhaps one of the few groups to have benefitted from Brexit is Chinese tourists. Known for their enthusiasm for purchasing luxury goods overseas, the depreciation of the pound has allowed them to own a piece of Louis Vuitton or Chanel at a much cheaper price. However, a recent report titled “RE-Lux: Waves of Change Impacting … More Will UK’s Chinese Luxury Shopping Fever Last Forever?

Ola gives its auto-rickshaws free wifi while Uber struggles to kickstart Indian tuk-tuks

There’s something romantic about an auto-rickshaw ride on Indian roads. It is not just the countless regional movies where heroes playing intrepid auto-rickshaw drivers sing, dance, and take down gangsters or rescue beautiful maidens. The ubiquitous three-wheeled tuk-tuks of India have the agility of a two-wheeler to maneuver the chaotic Indian roads. That’s why it’s … More Ola gives its auto-rickshaws free wifi while Uber struggles to kickstart Indian tuk-tuks