Can Tourism Save China’s Small Villages?
By Siyang Ding and Noah Gilligan
China is in the midst of a rural tourism boom. Villages want to take advantage to revive their economies, but that's easier said than done.
China’s ‘Zero-COVID’ Restrictions Curb May 1 Holiday Travel
By Ken Moritsugu and Emily Wang
With lockdowns in multiple cities, including Shanghai, travel during the five-day holiday is expected to be down 60 percent.
With Plane Load of Chinese Visitors, Thailand Kicks off Attempted Tourism Revival
By Sebastian Strangio
But the stringent conditions of the Special Tourist Visa meant that the sector's recovery will be slow.
As COVID Restrictions Ease in China, Silk Road Tourism Blooms Again
By Chen Zhixin and Tim Winter
The BRI has led to a dramatic uptick in Silk Road heritage projects in China.
'Dream Town': China's Charming Villages
By Eugene K. Chow
The Chinese government is hoping branded, themed villages can revitalize the countryside.
Chinese Consumers Will Change the Global Economy
By Matthias Lomas
As China's massive population begins to spend more, the world will take notice.
A Chinese Town Gets Rich From an Unlikely Resource: Twins
By Patrick Scally
The annual Mojiang International Twins Festival brings visitors -- and money -- from across China.
Xi's US Trip, Revisited
By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, updates on the Guangxi bombings, China's new style of science research, and the "golden week" begins. China links.
Australia, Japan Top For Tourists
By Anthony Fensom
Tourism remains an area of great potential for the Asia-Pacific.
Tourists Behaving Badly: China's Image Problem
By Jin Kai
There is a disconnect between China's growing national power and the international image of the Chinese people.
Hainan: Chinese Resort Dreams
Hainan, in the South China Sea, is a resort center with international ambitions.