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China Travel Market Trends and Analysis Report 2021

The growing spending power of Chinese residents and an upgraded tourist industry structure led to steady growth of domestic and outbound tourism. In addition to steady growth of inbound tourism, outbound tourism posted the highest volume sales increase in 2017, which reflected the positive outcome of the Chinese government’s efforts to improve international cooperation and partnerships to encourage both inbound and outbound tourism. 189 more words


Most Chinese family live and work under a social form known as Danwei (literally means working unit) before the economic reform. It can easily arouse nostalgia among those 50s and 60s across the nation, which now looks like an utopia-like communism community which is formed upon a working unit, facilitated with exclusive kindergarten, hospital, commodity market, even leisure venues.

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If Tenement Museum at Lower East Manhattan traced you back more than a century ago when the first dispatch of immigrations from Eastern Europe set foot on the land of freedom and liberty, in the four-storey museum building, the decoration of the narrow hallway, sewing machine beneath the window which witnessed the once bustling market on Orchard Street tell a story of a specific immigrant family, as well as the great cosmopolitan.

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There are more than 4000 museums in China, vary from disciplines, but some find little share, like sex museum.

If you’ve visited the sex museum on the Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York City, you may find it is a lovely and busy place, creatively educational and inspirationally amusing. 295 more words

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