"Everybody wants rich Chinese Tourist"

lundi 27 janvier 2014

Stories about Chinese New year and Chinese travellers

David Jones is the latest in a series of Australian businesses face to face to step into the Chinese tourism market , the launch of a Chinese New Year Promotion and highlighting the Chinese heritage of Jessica Gomes muse .

Stories about Chinese New year and Chinese travellers

The store has adorned its flagship Melbourne and Sydney CBD stores with displays and decorations celebrating the Chinese Year of Horse, and introduces Chinese New Year gift cards online and in stores.
Chinese New Year, which this year falls on Jan. 31 , is the most important festival of the Chinese calendar , and like Christmas in Australia is a time for family gatherings and gifts .
DJ is promoting a range of Chinese -themed gifts in its stores , including the $ 349 -a- bottle Wenjun Tian Xian spirit baijiu and $ 1,129 Jimmy Choo shoes in gold, a traditional color of celebration and good fortune. DJ last week marked the beginning of the week Chinese celebration with an appearance in stores by Gomes, a Perth woman whose mother is Chinese , and two traditional Chinese lion dancers . "It is particularly appropriate that these celebrations are held during the long weekend Australia Day , because it is actually a celebration of pride multicultural Australia ," said Gomes .
DJ last year signed an agreement to accept the Chinese UnionPay credit card , which has more than 3.5 million cards in issue, making it the largest program of cards in the world.
For the next two weeks, the company offers cardholders UnionPay card $ 50 gift DJs for every $ 500 spent on their card with DJs in a single transaction .

700,000 Chinese tourists visited Australia

DJs boss Paul Zahra noted that more than 700,000 Chinese mainland travellers visited Australia each year , and the numbers have been growing rapidly. and 70 000 in Myanmar

"Our customers reflect the proud multicultural heritage of Australia and it is logical for us to celebrate this heritage on special occasions such as Chinese " New Year , said Zahra .
Both ANZ and Pernod Ricard , owner of Australian wine Jacob Creek label Bank added the Chinese characters for display on the court as part of its sponsorship of the Australian Tennis Open , which attracted a huge Chinese public through women's champion Li Na .

China is the fastest growing wine export market of Australia , and is No. 3 in terms of export revenues as well as the largest buyer of premium Australian wine

mardi 21 janvier 2014

France is losing it its appeal for Chinese tourists !

 France is losing it its appeal for Chinese tourists !

The France lose it its appeal for tourists ? So this morning , France NEws reported that London would become the most visited city in the world, to Paris , a study Travelzoo update on the favorite destinations of Chinese in 2014. It appears that France, which still appeared in 8th position in 2013 , comes this year's "Top 10" .

100millions of Chinese will travel abroad this year  , but maybe less in France : via

 sources http://idee-cadeau-original.blogspot.fr/2013/12/7-choses-savoir-avant-de-partir-voyager.html

Top 10 destination ! 

This disaffection Chinese may cause a significant loss to France. China is indeed passed first in 2012 in terms of tourist spending abroad, with a total of $ 102 billion (75.5 billion euros) , stated the World Tourism Organization (WTO) in April. The WTO had explained this record by rising incomes Chinese and relaxation of exit. The number of Chinese travelers abroad has increased from 10,000,000 in 2000 to 83,000,000 in 2012, had said UNWTO. At the same time spending on international tourism of these travelers were almost eightfold . Surprisingly, the preferred destination for Chinese in 2014 will be Japan , despite the Sino- Japanese dispute over the Senkaku - Diaoyu Islands . 29% of Chinese respondents now put Japan ahead of their travel plans , against only 18 % in 2013. It is above all the weak yen that attracts Chinese , very fond of shopping during their travels abroad. It is only relatively recently that Chinese travelers began to enjoy the food and atmosphere of Japan notes Vivian Hong , President, Travelzoo China branch . The easing of visa restrictions put in place after the earthquake in 2012 also helped , he adds .


The United States also attract more Chinese . They were 25% consider overseas trip in 2013 , they are 29% this year and are at par with Japan.
Taiwan, considered a breakaway province by some Chinese, also the dimension and password from fourth to third place of the most popular destinations in 2014. Now, residents of large cities in China , can go only so far in Taiwan while they were forced to go in groups. In addition , Mandarin, used by many Chinese, is widely understood in Taiwan. Conversely , Australia has lost six places in the ranking and the Maldives 4. Finally, in Europe , Italy, Switzerland and Greece are the bunch tail the Top 10


jeudi 9 janvier 2014

Appeal to Chinese local tyrants in Nepal "Bai Fu beauty" advertising

Appeal to Chinese local tyrants in Nepal "Bai Fu beauty" advertising

Now foreign tourism propaganda has not only confined to relax visa policy, in order to attract Chinese tourists, many countries abroad cities and scenic spots have tried it a killer.

Nepal shop "Bai Fu beautiful love" slogan

In recent years, because of the beautiful and rich in humanity, geographical location convenient wait for a reason, Nepal has gradually become one of the popular destinations of Chinese citizens outbound travel.In Nepal each big tourist city, many shop signs in Chinese customers, some shops also posted out the latest popular attract eyeball "modern Chinese", "god horses are floating clouds", "Bai Fu beautiful love", "fire oh, kiss!"Such as AD attracted many Chinese tourists.

samedi 4 janvier 2014

In 2014, Chinese tourists will be civilized !

In 2014, Chinese tourists will be civilized ! 

Do not put your fingers in the nose , do not spit or throw their trash are some of the recommendations made by the Chinese government . Its nationals travel enthusiasts welcome these instructions with kindness.
Spitting in public , urinating in a bottle or tag historic sites are just some of the "incivilities" prohibited under the guide of good manners for the use of Chinese tourists. Taking advantage of the increase in their standard of living , the Chinese are more likely to go on holiday abroad. However, their sometimes boorish manners " damage the image of the Chinese people " , said in May the Vice -Premier Wang Yang .

National Tourism Bureau ! 

Hoping to get back on track , the National Tourism Administration on Tuesday released a detailed manners guide on its website , on the occasion of the holiday period of the Golden Week , which marks the Chinese National Day. The detailed 64-page document calls on passengers in the second world power to " behave properly " and to " comply with the standards of civilized travel behavior ."
Thanks to its phase of " golden development" China totaled $ 102 billion in spending on travel abroad in 2012 , making the country the largest contributor to the tourism industry, according to figures from the World Trade Organization tourism. And the Chinese have made ​​over 80 million trips abroad last year. Several countries, including in Europe in crisis, has eased their administrative procedures for tourist visas to attract affluent Chinese and these often willing to spend . However, their behavior is sometimes inadequate . In May , a 15 -year-old scandal in Egypt, but also in China, etching his name in Chinese characters on a monument during a visit to a temple in Luxor . In February , a mother of mainland China had caused astonishment by her child urinate in a bottle in the middle of a restaurant in Hong Kong. The Chinese have adopted a number of practices in their country, that may shock abroad ... So they spit plenty in the street. And it happens to see mothers holding their children above the bins stores to enable them to make their needs.
No chrysanthemums in France

 The Guide !

The " good high tourist guide " recommends to avoid getting your fingers in the nose, picking his teeth with the fingers, or to throw his trash in the street , smoking or get shirtless public places, having a dirty appearance to slurp noodles at his meals in restaurants or airplanes. The guide also enacts rules or practices to be observed in some countries in particular: "Do not give chrysanthemums or yellow flowers when you're invited to a dinner in France ," not to claim pork in Muslim countries , or call Africans " blacks " or "black" and avoid touching people of the left hand in India.
These recommendations be acted upon ? "I do not think the new rules are unreasonable. Tourists represent a country. It is therefore important that we were representing well, "says a visitor to Hong Kong from Guizhou , interviewed by Hong Kong newspaper South China Morning Post. And add it always ensures that his son holds well when traveling abroad " . When we escalators , I told him to stay right not to block the passage " A another Chinese tourist preparing a trip to Thailand , quoted by people's Daily , says he learned about the use of tips before departure. " Lacking tipping culture , we are not accustomed to give in exchange for services in China. But I do not want to be considered a rude Chinese when traveling abroad , " he says , adding that he " ashamed when Chinese spit or scream in public. "

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