All eyes are on tourist movements in China now, as they not only serve as the first indication of recuperated demand, but also as a trajectory for how domestic and outbound travel may eventually recover.
Midscale and economy hotels are driving the recovery of China's hotel market; Cathay Pacific's brand merger hits roadblock from Chinese regulator.
Passengers with temperature of 37.3°C or above will be denied boarding.
In fact, the HK$40 million Hello Hong Kong campaign sets out to encourage locals to travel around their hometown and explore the city from new perspectives.
Jin Jiang International has completed a major restructuring to consolidate its limited-service hotel businesses; Air China is planning to operate 24 international routes between June 1 and July 1.
The NBA season has been suspended since March, but the league has been making a push to resume action, potentially in one unlikely location.
Ideal online exhibitions should use various new internet interaction technologies, such as more images, audio, video, virtual reality and flash animation.
Many Middle East travel professionals will be looking for insight into the current state of the market and more importantly, how and when to start planning for inbound Chinese visitors.
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