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China developers building Six Flags-sized gamer theme park
The park is slated to open in 2022.
Evergrande Hotels & Resorts joins APacCHRIE, fostering branding
To meet the demand of fostering branding, industry communication and talent training, Evergrande Hotels & Resorts had many rounds of discussions with APacCHRIE and finally decided to join the council.
ChinaTravelNews annual roundup: Major events of year 2017
In 2017, the World Tourism Alliance was set up, ITB debuted in Shanghai, China banned tours to S. Korea, Priceline invested in Meituan to compete with Ctrip, and local home-sharing is on the rise while Airbnb is slow to localize...
China's Hainan island plans a $3 billion medical tourism hub
China's southern island province Hainan is attracting RMB 23 billion (USD 3.3 billion) to build a medical tourism destination and lure wealthy Chinese patients, who might otherwise travel abroad for health care, reported Bloomberg.
Evergrande splurges $7.3 billion on Children’s World theme park
Evergrande is the latest developer to start building theme parks in China, where only 10% of the country's 2,700 parks were reportedly making profits.
Trump Hotels aims to open 20-30 hotels in China
Although negotiations have yet to bear fruit, Trump Hotels has made confident predictions this year about opening 20 or 30 luxury hotels in China.
Evergrande to build 100 five-star hotels in the next ten years
Evergrande Group is a leader in property development in China and now aims to create a high-end hotel brand with hotels in all the major, second, and third tier cities of China.
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