"Everybody wants rich Chinese Tourist"

mercredi 22 novembre 2017

Chinese Tourists in Australia

Chinese tourists in Australia spend more than $6000


This is a very good amount compared to the average amount of spending per tourist in any other country. The finding that Chinese tourists in Australia spend nearly 6000 USD on their only visit. This is the very high amount and the Australian government does not want to frustrate this other tourism market segment in the country will reduce its strength. Each year, this country benefits from economic activities of more than 6.5 billion USD, only thanks to the Chinese. These economic activities allow thousands of people in the country to earn a decent amount of money.

Hotel market

 


 The hotel and restaurant business is thriving in this country and a huge credit goes to Chinese tourists. One of the main reasons for this generosity of Chinese tourists is that China's economy is growing very fast. China's GDP has increased significantly in recent years. The number of people in the upper class group is increasing and more and more people are entering the middle class group. Moreover, Chinese millennials are very adventurous and they like to explore new places. They are visiting new places with their families, which is why Chinese millennials have enormous respect all over the world.

 Follow the trend 

 

 Chinese tourists are very generous not only in Australia but also in other parts of the world. The United States and Canada have already approved the regulations that allow Chinese citizens to obtain a 10-year multiple visit visa. This policy of Canada and the United States encourages Australia to think about it. Australian tourism officials are experimenting to increase revenues from this market. A few months ago, they introduced a special three-year visa for Indonesian tourists. They allowed people with this visa to visit Australia when they want but they can not stay here more than three months.

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Chinese tourist like Canada fresh'air

 One million Chinese tourists in Canada by 2016

 

The federal government is pushing for an agreement with China that could allow one million Chinese tourists a year to arrive in Canada, despite the fact that some may exploit the system to enter the country illegally. The deal could be lucrative for Canada. Chinese tourists are considered big consumers and could add more than $ 1 billion to the Canadian economy each year. Ottawa would be one of the first Western capitals to negotiate a mass tourism agreement with Beijing. But because Canada's refugee determination system would allow Chinese tourists to claim refugee status relatively easily upon arrival, there is reason to fear that tourists must be carefully examined. There is also anxiety about tourists heading south across the border and creating a security problem for the United States. Officials say the deal could be negotiated by the end of this year. 

The Canadian Tourism


 Former Liberal cabinet minister Judd Buchanan, president of the Canadian Tourism Commission, is expected to lobby for the deal in Beijing next week. With its rising revenues and greater openness to the world, China is preparing to launch a tourism boom. For the first time, she has a wealthy middle class with disposable income and a pent-up desire to travel abroad. According to the World Tourism Organization, an impressive 100 million Chinese tourists will travel abroad each year by 2020. "It has huge potential," said Richard Liu, director of the Chinese bureau of the tourism commission. He predicted that one million Chinese tourists will visit Canada each year in the three or four years of an agreement.

Chinese tourists spend a lot of money


In some countries, they are now allowed to visit, the average Chinese tourist spends more than $ 4,500 per trip. "It will be really fantastic," said Liu. "It's a very exciting project: Chinese tourists spend a lot of money, it's traditional for them to give gifts to their friends and relatives when they go home. Others, however, are less enthusiastic about the prospect of an influx of Chinese tourists. "Our immigration people are very nervous about this, not just immigration people," said a Canadian official. "There are legitimate concerns about it." The first is the risk of overloading the visa section of the Canadian embassy in Beijing. "If they are overwhelmed with demands, the standards could fall," said the official.

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samedi 11 novembre 2017

Chinese tourists continue to increase by 17% to 20% each year

Chinese are traveling more abroad 

 


However, the majority of key tourism players can not make themselves known and do not know how to attract new travelers. Business trips are also expanding, the Chinese are traveling more abroad for business trips. Unsurprisingly, the Chinese tourist market abroad is huge. In 2014, there were 107 million Chinese tourists abroad, and this number is expected to reach 130 million by the end of 2016. China is already the largest tourist market emitting in the world. The percentage of Chinese tourists traveling out of China continues to increase by 17% to 20% each year and is expected to continue to increase significantly, according to the China Tourism Academy. The same group estimates that around 200 million Chinese will travel abroad by 2020. Most of them will stay in hotels around the world.

How do Chinese tourists choose hotels? 



How do Chinese tourists choose hotels? While Chinese tourists may be receptive to offers or promotions they find on the Internet, their decisions are usually based on specific needs and preferences. For this reason, hotels should be ready to consider many features aimed at satisfying a wider audience. Three examples are: Manage and maintain your e-reputation Chinese tourists seem to be greatly influenced by their community. For example, they are 38% more likely to make a purchase after reading positive recommendations online. Compared to Western tourists, they are more likely to consider online reviews and reviews on the forums when making a decision. This is one of the main reasons why increasing the online brand of a hotel is the key to success. First, many Chinese tourists travel abroad for the first time. They are often concerned about security issues in the places they stay, and the security features of a hotel are a priority. Second, many do not speak much English; therefore, hotels must offer services to help them. Transportation, such as bus travel or tour packages, is particularly important. Finally, Chinese consumers often buy luxury goods abroad, as prices are generally lower than in their country of origin.

 Different ways for the tourism industry to attract the attention of the Chinese travelers.


They do the same thing with hotels and will tend to choose the one that is cheaper. Obviously, there are many features and services that hotels can adopt to be more appealing to Chinese tourists. Be present on the search engines Baidu, the main Chinese search engine, is currently the most popular way for Chinese to search for holiday destinations. To have an advantage, hotels must be well positioned on the first page of the results. In addition, hotels should monitor what users say online, and check for positive comments and comments from other links to get more bookings.

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lundi 6 novembre 2017

New Zealand attracts more than 30%, Chinese tourists

China has seen a 37% increase in spending over the last year.

 

New Zealand's tourism is changing with the arrival of Chinese travelers. All industry in the country took advantage of this new target and contributed to the $ 500 million increase in overall shopping spending last year. China has seen a 37% increase in spending over the last year. According to the quarterly survey of international visitors of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, the Chinese spent $ 555 million in September 2012, which places them for the first time in front of the United Kingdom (545 million of dollars). Australian market (spending $ 1.7 billion) [...] Expenses in China During the year ended March 31, 2013, Canadian and foreign tourists spent $ 23.9 billion, or $ 541 million, or 2.3% more than the previous year.

 New Zealand Promotion in China!



The Statistics New Zealand report showed that spending by international tourists increased 2.2 percent ($ 213 million) over the year, following a 1.4 percent increase the year before. This increase in spending was partly related to the strong growth of Chinese visitors. New Zealand Promotion in China! Of course, a number of key events helped boost tourism activity during the year, including the world premiere of Peter Jackson's Hobbit movies. But for China, the tourism bureau launched a vast promotional campaign in China in 2011-2012 with Yao Chen, the queen of the social network in China.

 Social Media Campaign

 


 Social media really did a great job as Tourism New Zealand, with the choice of the brand ambassador Yaochen in Mainland China. On August 20, Yao Chen began her 100-day tour of New Zealand, and the first phase of the 100% Revive your emotions campaign and wedding ceremony were held in New Zealand. (see here) celebrity wedding from New Zealand Between the shootings, Yaochen found the time of "weibo" more than 70 times to its 20 million fans, the equivalent of 14 tweets every day! One of his first tweets "New Zealand, the first country in the world to be embraced by the sun". Weibo from Yaochen The star has experienced five emotions, relaxation, romance, happiness, excitement and discovery on her travels through New Zealand's rich and unique landscape.

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samedi 7 octobre 2017

+12.3% Chinese Tourists for the Golden Week


A total of 67 million Chinese tourists traveled across the country on Friday as the nation's Golden Week holiday came to an end, state media reported, citing data from China's National Tourism Administration (CNTA).
The number of tourists in the country on the sixth day of national holiday - one of the largest mass movements of people in the world - increased by 12.3 percent from a year ago, Xinhua said.
Tourism revenue generated on Friday totaled 54.6 billion yuan, up 15.1 percent from the same period last year.

Spending : 261 billion dollars

A cooling economy means that tourists in the second largest economy in the world, which spent 261 billion dollars abroad last year, have stayed close to home this year, which is a boon to domestic tour operators.
Chinese People will start returning to their country this weekend, adding pressure to the country's air, road and rail systems.

October Holyday

On October 1, the first day of the party, 15.03 million trips were made by train, a historic record, Xinhua said. This year's national holiday was extended one day due to the Mid-Autumn Festival, held on October 4

Top Countries = South Asia

Countries in Southeast Asia and Japan will likely be the top beneficiaries of Chinese outbound travel during Golden Week this year, while South Korea will likely end up losing out on some Chinese tourist spending.

South Asia is Winning 


The China National Tourism Administration’s Holiday Travel Guide indicates that the Southeast Asia region remains the most popular short-haul travel destination. This is largely attributable to the relative ease with which certain countries in the region grant visas to Chinese passport holders. In addition, the number of direct flights between Chinese and Southeast Asian cities has grown this year, making it easier for Chinese tourists to reach various destinations in Southeast Asia. source 

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jeudi 21 septembre 2017

Expat Guide to move to Shanghai (China)



Relocation guide: moving to Shanghai 


The Expat Guide currently has two resettlement guides available for people interested in moving to China; the Shanghai expat guide and our guide to living in Beijing.

First Let see Video on Youtube about moving to Shanghai / China



These comprehensive guides contain everything you need to get around in China and at your service to:



move efficiently in China and effectively with minimal stress. 








Your New Life in China



settle into your new life quickly and easily and find the help and help you need, you are in need. Identify areas to live based on your lifestyle and budget. find the right places to meet like-minded people. find suitable schools for your children and their learning needs.




Make sure your family makes the most of their experiences abroad. Prepare yourself for the new culture in advance and avoid any cultural stone. the transition transition. reduce bureaucracy and avoid unnecessary bureaucracy.

For those not acquainted with the fast-paced urban centres of Asia, Shanghai can represent quite the shock to the system. As mainland China’s economic capital and most cosmopolitan city, Shanghai is absolutely packed with glittering skyscrapers, impressive bridges and elevated highways, vast malls and shopping districts, not to mention rather large crowds.

Tourist in China ... how to do ... 





Unlike a book, guides are regularly reviewed and updated to ensure that the information is accurate and reliable and partners that guides are written by real expatriates who live and work in China, you can rest assured that you Access the information you want from your international move as written by people who really know.

While this can seem a touch overwhelming at first, you’ll quickly become used to the hustle and bustle of the city, and will be able to seek out your own oasis of calm within it. Even this modern metropolis has plenty of hidden treasures which show off the rich heritage of the ancient Chinese culture, and offer you a wide range of sightseeing and unforgettable life experiences.

Key facts that every expat should know about Chinese People 


All the contracts you have to sign in China will always have an English and Chinese version. In case of dispute, the Chinese version of the contract will take precedence, so you should always check the contracts before signing.

healthcare 

While health care in cities are readily available, some rural clinics may refuse to provide foreigners. You should check with local hospitals in advance and always make sure that you have identified an appropriate clinic in case of emergency. Many Chinese public hospitals will not accept medical insurance from abroad; you will need to find appropriate insurance in China itself. Checks / checks are generally not accepted as a valid means of payment in China. Expatriates living in China are encouraged to take photos of their property and possessions as evidence or property in case of loss or theft.

Language = Mandarin


Language: several different Chinese languages ​​exist throughout China; 70% of the population speak Mandarin (Putonghua, on the Peking dialect), while others speak Yue (Cantonese), Wu (Shanghaiese), Minbei (Fuzhou), Minnan (Hokkien-Taiwanese) minority. English is becoming increasingly important as a commercial language.

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  1. HufftingtonPost 
  2. ExpatInfo
  3. WellingtonCollege Guide




The cost of living in Shanghai


The cost of living in China is something to do. It should be recalled that China is still a developing country and the standard of living of the majority of the population is very low. However, the majority of expatriates receive much higher wages from the requirements that offer the inhabitants and low tax rates proposed, which means that the expats who are based here have a higher standard of living have previously in their country of origin, origin. The cost of living in big cities in China at the 2012 survey on the cost of living of Mercer and the Chinese cities have remained some of the most expensive cities in the world in living cultures. Shanghai was named the most expensive city of China at post 16, followed by Beijing at 17 years.

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 For more details on living expenses you can expect to pay as expatriates in China, please refer to our Shanghai expat guide or our guide to living in Beijing.

samedi 9 septembre 2017

Chinese tourists spent $3.5 billion in Singapore in 2016

About 2.86 million Chinese travellers visited the Republic last year, becoming the second visitor market, behind Indonesia and ahead of Malaysia

Singapore Tourism Bureau  (STB) 


The Singapore Tourism Board is betting on a new approach to attract more Chinese visitors to the Lion City - which expects them to engage with the Chinese at a deeper level.
"Most Chinese have some familiarity with Singapore, they know the history of Singapore, they know our founding Prime Minister and they want to invite them to know us in a deeper and more intimate way," said the executive director of tourism agency Lionel Yeo Beijing on Thursday (September 7).


$ 3.5 billion in spending, 

Last year, Chinese tourists were the biggest spenders in Singapore, with $ 3.5 billion in spending, mainly on purchases. About 2.86 million Chinese tourists visited the Republic last year, becoming the second visitor market, behind Indonesia and ahead of Malaysia. The agency launched its new brand campaign in Beijing on Thursday with singers Stefanie Sun as its new tourism ambassador to China and Nathan Hartono as one of the brand's personalities.
"The millennium segment is very large for the Chinese, research has shown that they are trying to explore a destination in a much deeper way, want to go beyond the usual tourist milestones, want to live as a local, locals eat and hang, "Mr. Yeo told The Straits Times.
He acknowledged that because of the growing affluence and wisdom of the Chinese, many are drawn to exotic destinations in places like Brazil, but said that Singapore is still a destination that many of them find comfortable.
Many Chinese in southern China, say Guangzhou, see a Singapore as a place to spend their week-long fines, he said.
"Singapore, with its multicultural heritage in gastronomy and architecture, will be worth discovering ... and the insurance that travelers can also get," he added.

Chinese tourists in Singapore


The STB has clarified that Chinese tourists spent $ 3.5 billion in Singapore last year. And Stefanie Sun is STB's new tourism ambassador to China and Nathan Hartono is one of the brand's personalities.

source : http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/east-asia/spore-to-attract-more-chinese-tourists-with-deeper-experience*

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  1. http://chinese-tourist.blogspot.com/2017/06/7-things-to-know-about-new-chinese.html
  2. http://chinese-tourist.blogspot.com/2017/06/top-7-ways-to-be-successful-for-travel.html
  3. http://chinese-tourist.blogspot.com/2017/05/134-million-chinese-tourists-for-2017.html


dimanche 6 août 2017

British Education has good reputation in China

British Education has good reputation in China

Why ? 

Traditionally a high-performing country in international education rankings, the UK has stagnated in recent years and classifications such as the International Student Assessment Program (PISA); By 2013 for reading and math the country as a whole was in the middle-ranking, a position broadly similar to three years earlier.


History 

Within the United Kingdom Scotland behaved marginally better than England; Both were slightly ahead of Northern Ireland and far ahead of Wales. However, the findings contradict those of the publishing and education company Pearson published in 2014, which placed the UK second in European countries and sixth worldwide; These classifications took into account the rates of higher education graduates, which may have represented the highest rank in PISA. Students are evaluated at the end of each stage. The most important evaluation occurs at the age of 16 when students pursue their GCSE or General Certificate of Secondary Education. Once students complete their GCSE they have the option of going to more education and then higher education potential, or finishing school and entering the world of work. Our overview of the education system in the UK is divided into five main sections:

the British Education system 

Primary education Primary education begins in the UK at age 5 and continues until the age of 11, comprising key stages one and two under the UK education system. Visit the British Council website for more information on primary education. Secondary Education From the age of 11 to 16, students enter high school for key stages three and four and begin their move towards adoption of GCSE - learn more about secondary education in the UK and what it will entail .

Primary and secondary education is compulsory in the United Kingdom; After age 16, education is optional. Advanced education Once a student completes secondary education they have the option of expanding into additional education to take A-Levels, GNVQ, BTEC or other such qualifications. UK students planning to go to college must complete education. Higher Education Probably the most important topic for Chinese Families and Students, explains more about the higher education system in the UK and how it works for international students.

International Chinese Student & UK Universities ! 


Most international students entered directly into the UK higher education system, after completing the equivalent of their country of origin to the "additional education" of the United Kingdom. Input requirements Each level of education in the UK has various requirements that must be met to gain entry to that level - learn more about the entry requirements of education for the UK for Chinese dtuents .

 Online UK Degree are more and more popular in China 

With online programs increasingly in popularity, this means that the availability of top notch online programs is also on the rise. If you want to get an accredited degree in the UK without having to relocate to the UK (it cost less for Chinese) , choosing to study online is a good option for many Chinese People. Get a UK accredited degree online that fits your studies into your schedule and save money on travel costs while accessing a variety of top programs.

source :

  1. Wikipedia
  2. UKeducation
  3. EagleSchool
  4. Dailbn