"Everybody wants rich Chinese Tourist"

mardi 6 février 2018

Chinese Tourists to UK in 2017 doubled


The number of Chinese tourists to Britain in 2017 doubled in 2016, making it one of the fastest growing destinations abroad. According to a report published by the Chinese travel agency Ctrip on Monday, more than 60,000 people booked a trip to Britain through its platform in 2017. The number increased due to the depreciation of the pound sterling, and the launch of flights more direct between Chinese and British cities, says the report. About 42 % of tourists opted to travel with groups of tourists, while the rest preferred a personalized travel plan, according to the report.

Chinese tourist Spending in UK 

Per capita consumption was around 10,000 yuan (1,589 US dollars). Most visitors spent 8 to 10 days on their trip, although trips of more than 15 days were also popular.
Most Chinese tourists visited castles, churches and opera houses.
Ctrip said it would continue to promote tourism to Britain, deepening cooperation with local travel agencies and launching more tourism products.

Favorite Destination for Chinese

A report jointly published by the China Tourism Academy and Ctrip earlier this year said that Britain was among the top three European destinations favored by Chinese tourists.

mercredi 31 janvier 2018

Les destinations très convoitées par les touristes chinois


Comme les Occidentaux, les Chinois aiment également voyager à travers le monde. Leurs intérêts de passer un séjour à l’étranger suscitent un bon nombre d’investisseurs qui mettent à leurs dispositions des offres sur mesure qui peuvent faciliter leurs déplacements ou leurs vacances. Parmi les pays les plus convoités par les touristes chinois figurent le Canada, les États-Unis d’Amérique et bien entendu, quelques destinations européennes comme la France, la Suisse et bien d’autres. Aussi, les pays asiatiques comme le Vietnam, la Thaïlande, le Cambodge, etc., sont également de la partie afin de varier les plaisirs. Manifestement, avec la hausse de la croissance économique de la Chine, beaucoup de Chinois envisagent de faire le tour du monde et de découvrir de nouvelles sensations et de paysages inédits.

Des professionnels aux services des touristes locaux en Chine 


À l’heure où la Chine se trouve en phase d’une réussite touristique exceptionnelle, il existe plusieurs plateformes professionnelles qui mettent à la disposition des passionnés de voyage et d’aventure des conseils pratiques et services pour réussir leurs expéditions. En effet, afin de réussir tout type d’expédition, en Chine ou ailleurs, ils présentent des stratégies fiables pour séduire les vacanciers, comme le circuit sur mesure, par exemple. Cette formule est surtout conçue pour leur offrir des expériences inoubliables en termes de voyage. En plus de cela, certains de ces professionnels du voyage déploient plusieurs méthodes dans le but de répondre aux mieux toutes les exigences des routards. Pour se communiquer et de rester en contact avec leur clientèle, ils utilisent, à titre d’exemple, des réseaux sociaux, des outils digitalisés ou encore du web marketing.

Les villes les plus visitées des touristes chinois 


Les touristes chinois se déplacent en horde et sont toujours à la recherche de quelque chose d’exception durant leurs vacances. En effet, ils souhaitent vraiment sortir de l’ordinaire afin de vivre pleinement leur séjour dans une destination spécifique. En parlant de cette dernière, les Chinois ont une préférence particulière en ce qui concerne les villes suivantes, Shanghai, Singapour, New York, Pékin, Paris, Hong-Kong, Sydney, Zurich, Londres, Vancouver ou encore Japon. Ce denier pays est très fréquenté par les jeunes touristes chinois, en particulier pour les fans de mangas, de films, de dessins animés ou d’autres animations hors du commun. Cela confirme l’influence grandiose de la culture nippone sur les jeunes Chinois. En somme, beaucoup d’endroits sur terre suscitent de plus en plus la curiosité de nombreux globe-trotters chinois, reste à savoir s’ils veulent réellement les visiter un par un.

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dimanche 14 janvier 2018

Where Chinese Super rich Kids Study ?


I would like to share with you this article very interesting dear Reader

http://www.chinageopark.com/one-british-school-attract-chinese-billionnaires-kids/

A British isles education and learning company that provides rich Chinese people today entry to community colleges these kinds of as Eton and Harrow is mulling a £300 million London stock-market debut after a boom in profits.
anbergen, who was a classmate of Prince William at Eton, mentioned product sales were being growing by 70% a year in China because of the world-class name of Britain’s centuries-old method and also the portrayal of community universities in publications like Harry Potter.
“UK universities have got much bigger models compared to US. They’ve got a standing, rightly or wrongly, possibly owing to Jane Austen and Harry Potter, for staying these wonderful castle-like destinations that make ladies and gentleman,” he reported.


Chinese Kids life 








 Ho Hung-sun,

Story of Chinese Billionnaire 

http://www.atimes.com/article/many-kids-missing-chinese-billionaire-xiao/
the 95-year-old king of the Macau casino, who has 16 sons and daughters (of four women). Another Chinese billionaire might even outweigh the number of children he has fathered - Xiao Jianhua, the tycoon who disappeared from the Four Season Hotel in Hong Kong's Central District earlier this year. This is, at least, the claim of Sing Tao News Corp chairman Charles Ho, who suggests that Xiao could have between 53 and 56 children A word of warning before reading: Ho is usually funnier than serious. Some of the following excerpts were not included in a report in his own English newspaper, The Standard, but appeared in various Chinese titles.

"Almost everyone knows that Xiao knows he has a lot of kids," Ho was quoted as saying at the 2016 Sing Tao Leader of the Year awards ceremony. "Whenever he wants (make love), he chooses a card from a stack of cards that have ladies' names, with their ovulatory information, written on the back." That means he expects to have a baby. " The practice described the echoes Chinese emperors followed when choosing a sexual partner. Ho added that Xiao only wanted to copulate with women who had been to good universities because he wanted his offspring to be smart.

smart man 

Ho also said that Xiao was a "smart" man and that it was impossible for him to be "kidnapped" from Hong Kong in China.

Xiao, who chairs the Beijing-based Tomorrow Group and, according to the Hurun report for 2016, holds a personal fortune of $ 6 billion, was last seen at the Four Seasons on Jan. 27. His wife reported to the Hong Kong police that he had disappeared, but then dropped the case after learning that Xiao was safe. Various rumors about Xiao's disappearance circulated. It has not been seen in public for more than six weeks. Ho, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, said he believed that Xiao had left the hotel by his own will. "The security at the Four Seasons Hotel is very strict, so it's impossible for anyone to force or kidnap anyone out of the hotel," Ho said. "You can say he was persuaded to leave, but not kidnapped." [Being persuaded to leave] is a common practice for overseas criminals. " Too bad that no one but Xiao can clarify what really happened - or clarify his family situation.


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mardi 2 janvier 2018

China’s digital economy leading the world

China is already more digitized than many other countries appreciate and has the potential to set the world’s digital land in coming years .
source :

Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent (BAT) have driven the advanced economy forward, giving 42% of funding interest in China in 2016. Incorporating with conventional ventures, Baidu plans to offer independent driving items for sale to the public through its Apollo venture and is tending to wasteful aspects in medicinal services through the Baidu Restorative Cerebrum venture. Alibaba is obtaining retail outlets with the point of coordinating innovation to better oversee stock and raise net revenues. Alibaba has as of late put $2.88 billion in return for a noteworthy offer of hypermarket firm Sun Craftsmanship.



China’s three Internet giants are building a rich digital ecosystem that is now spreading beyond them. Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent,  have been building dominant positions in the digital world by taking out inefficient, fragmented, and low-quality offline markets while driving technical performance such as computing efficiency to set new world-class standards. 

The BAT companies have been developing a multifaceted and multi-industry digital ecosystem that touches almost every aspect of consumers’ lives. The functionality offered by their “super apps” has increased about seven times since 2011. In 2016, BAT provided 42 percent of all venture-capital investment in China, a far more prominent role than Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Netflix that together contributed only 5 percent of US venture-capital investment in that year. Beyond China’s big three, other digital innovators such as Xiaomi and NetEase and traditional players such as Ping An are building their own ecosystems. China’s digital players enjoy the notable advantage of close links to hardware manufacturers. The Pearl River Delta industrial hub is likely to continue to be a major producer of connected devices because of its strength in manufacturing hardware.


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lundi 1 janvier 2018

Chinese outbound Education & Tourism in UK USA and Australia

Links between outbound Education & Tourism in UK USA and Australia

Many Article explained this relation pretty Simple

They are students or parents and travel to Education university and them invest in their Kids education

Education is strategic for Chinese Parents



Regarding total numbers, there are around 110,000 EU understudies in the UK, contrasted with around 90,000 from China.


A report from Colleges UK in 2014 evaluated the aggregate an incentive to the UK's economy created by non-English understudies at £10.7bn, including educational cost charges and everyday costs. EU understudies alone contributed £3.7bn and bolstered more than 34,000 occupations.


Understudies from the EU right now pay 'home' charges for UK college courses and approach UK's understudy budgetary help instruments. Understudies from outside the EU pay essentially more for their examinations and don't approach this help. In the event that the present courses of action changed, EU understudies may need to pay full expenses.
The UK is the world’s most recommended English-speaking destination amongst international undergraduate students.

The sector is extremely international, with 28 percent of academic staff (some 74,000 people), 15 percent of undergraduates, and 58 percent of full time postgraduate students (12 percent of which are from the EU) at British universities coming from outside the UK

source telegraph

lundi 11 décembre 2017

The explosion of Chinese tourists in the UK

The expansion of Chinese tourists 

 The explosion of Chinese tourists abroad is very similar to how Japan's middle class was increasingly visible in the hotspots of the world following the appreciation of the yen in the 1980s. The latest statistics show that the weakness of the British pound after Brexit has contributed to the continuation of China's infatuation with London. The United Kingdom's growing popularity with the Chinese has been stimulated by the relaxation of visa rules and the extension of their term from six months to two years. As expected, Chinese visitors mainly visit London during the summer months, but also have a significant presence in the capital in January, when the Chinese New Year falls.

 Tourist attractions



In a period of declining physical retail sales due to the rapid growth of e-commerce, Chinese tourists are a boon to London's trendy shops as well as its museums, art galleries, and other tourist attractions. Interestingly, undisturbed by the weak pound, British tourists are reciprocated; there has been a 40% increase in the last 12 months in the number of British visiting the continent. More Chinese tourists flock to the UK for cheap shopping Britain is on track for a record year for Chinese tourists and tourism spending. The weakness of the pound sterling as a result of the current political uncertainty in the United Kingdom will attract more visitors from China, with cheaper purchases being a major attraction. Britain is on track for a record year for Chinese tourists and tourism spending.

 The United Kingdom will attract more visitors from China


 

The weakness of the pound in the wake of the current political uncertainty in the United Kingdom will attract more visitors from China, cheaper purchases constituting a major asset Long-haul flights to the UK have increased 10% over last year, according to ForwardKeys data. However, the main markets for this growth are the United States, up 19%, and China, up 29%. This puts the UK on the path to a year and a record year in terms of Chinese arrivals. While Chinese travelers to the UK are interested in a variety of tourist activities, which certainly includes tourism, it seems that luxury shopping is one of the biggest draws. For example, it is estimated that 70% of shoppers visiting Burberry's flagship store in London are Chinese tourists.

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