Chinese OTA Tuniu reports wider net loss in Q2; Chengdu orders 21.2 million people to stay home.
Covid-hit tourism season deals fresh blow to the economy; Inbound flight bookings surge as COVID restrictions are relaxed.
Artyzen to launch five projects in Shanghai; China’s first sea-crossing high-speed railway completed.
The Ritz-Carlton Club elevated experience launches in mainland China; Loss of Chinese tourists forces Europe’s luxury retailers to rethink.
Meituan reports notable drop in room nights; Hong Kong renews limited curbs.
Thousands of tourists stranded in Tibet; PAG in talks to buy Japanese theme park.
China eases visa ban in boost to Indian students; MGM China to inject $594 million into unit for Macau license.
Trip.com US travelers to Europe have increased by nearly 250%; Chinese regulators hold talks with 11 ride-hailing firms including Didi.
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