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How to attract Chinese students? http://t.co/RKcaAdRUPL #china pic.twitter.com/WA81KMV7g9However, aware of the image of the nation abroad, the Chinese government issued a 64-page manual for Civilised Tourism in October containing safety tips and etiquette for its citizens abroad. Along with some helpful tips booklet rules include: "Do not fly the aircraft life jacket", "Do not leave any traces on toilet seats", "Do not take more than you can eat buffet breakfast "and" Do not dry your smalls more shade from the hotel. " There are also some specific advice for each country, such as the alert travelers to the United Kingdom than asking the British people if they ate was "deemed impolite" and counsel women tourists wearing earrings while in Spain, otherwise "they will be considered naked". source
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Offline or online for your fashion Brand in China ? http://t.co/kSwsb8SFYj #fashion #China pic.twitter.com/RQTL3sPZCUInstead of flying high in China, the city is seeing a growing number of visitors with heavy luggage hoarding space in its subways, its buses and sidewalks. "Hong Kong is essentially losing market share" of wealthy Chinese, said Mariana Kou, an analyst at CLSA. Those go to Japan, South Korea and Europe, while tourists coming to Hong Kong today are spending less, she said. While spending on luxury items fell last year, medical sales, cosmetics and supermarkets have seen so much as a 9.3 percent gain, government data shows. This is helping companies like YATA Ltd, an operator of seven department stores, which saw Chinese tourists buy shampoo and groceries on its shelves, according to CEO Daniel Chong. The new shopping habits is so riling residents.
— Olivier VEROT (@Olivierverot) 3 Mars 2015
To attract Chinese,it is vital to be in social media bz they plan their vacation online http://t.co/0xDR60WXfJ pic.twitter.com/CBvhlp0XsL
— Nico en Chine (@AimelaChine) 5 Mars 2015
Fil Control, leader in China in electronic devises for Textile machine http://t.co/1OHH9JyhJ6 http://t.co/H20R45ctEw pic.twitter.com/K6i4nbrVoF
— Mr industrie (@Industriechine) 27 Février 2015