China will limit the importation of Wine

The comment, made by Zhao Yu, deputy secretary of the Chinese Association for the Distribution of Alcoholic Beverages and Spirits, came at a time when the market confidence in wines resembled China’s wine production was En Decline over the years.

IMPORTED WINES WON’T TAKE UP 40% OF MARKET IN CHINA

Domestic wine production suffered four years of consecutive losses, down 1% to 11.37 billion liters in 2016, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. At the same time, wines imported into the country rose 15% year on year to 638 million liters last year.

Imports of bottled wines, in particular, increased by 21.8% year-on-year in volume to 481 million liters.

Chinese wines still dominate the market

Despite the strong momentum, Chinese wines still dominate the market with a current share of 70%, said the official, adding that the image and quality of domestic wines have been greatly improved.

“Although wise production, there is no increase in domestic wines, based on research and market research, its market share has come to stabilize, oscillating around 70%. Proposed in terms of product quality, marketing and sales, especially with lesser known brands of second or third level.

Zhang Xu, deputy director of Shandong Yantai’s Vine and Wine Bureau, said that the growth rates of imported wines in 2016 were higher than those of 2015 (45% in volume and 34% in value). “This means imported wines,” Zhang told the newspaper.

Slowdown in the Chinese economy

Judging by the general slowdown in the Chinese economy, a full recovery and strong growth for the Chinese wine market in the coming years is obviously too optimistic, Zhang added.

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35% of Chinese travellers admit stealing Stuff in hotel

35 percent of Chinese global travelers admit to steal Stuff in Hotels when they travel.

Crazzy but Real according to a survey of hotels.com

Most items looted are towels; Sheets, books and magazines, but the mainland Chinese guests take a step further, often removing furniture, lamps, clocks and even pictures of the walls, according to a site by the site of booking From hotel.com hotels.com.
So possess. Do you take hotel rooms? It does not seem that slippers and toiletries are fair – they can not be given to the guest when used anyway – but it seems almost nothing nailed often with guests, even furniture and works of art. ‘art.

What they pay for?

So what exactly is included in the price of the room and what remains hotel property? Perception varies according to nationality. Last year, while I participated in a Tsim Sha Tsui hotel mainly deals with mainland visitors, I realized the attitudes of the customers at the hotel property is a mobile party. We did not hear about the literally stripped the room and removed anything that was not nailed down. When challenged, they asserted that they rented and owned the room for the night. It is a great place to stay. We had a great time. This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.source SMP

Happy endings ?

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Invariably these arguments were judged by the police and were disagreement. Most hotels deal with this by signing a disclaimer on damages and payment for items removed from the rooms upon check-in. Read the fine print, it is usually there.
But the hotels in China and some in Hong Kong now go a little further, and have a price list posted on the back of the room door. This item can be everything from a napkin to a pillowcase. This way, there is no doubt: remove the hair dryer or bathrobe and your credit card will be charged.

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Nevertheless, the survey of hotels.com found that Hong Kong, Taiwanese and Singaporeans were among the least light-fingered guests of the hotel. Travelers from Hong Kong consider the Asia-Pacific region to be the most honest, sharing fourth place globally with Brazil and Quebec in Canada. Only 19% of guests surveyed from three countries admitted that hotels and guests in Hong Kong complained that they had stung their sheets and towels, as did Canadians. Brazilians prefer books and magazines.
Taiwanese guests ranked ninth in the honesty of hotels, with 78% saying they never stole anything, and Singaporeans ranked eleventh with Argentine and Irish at 75%. When they’re done, it’s books and magazines.
Most of the honest were the Danes – with 88 percent claiming never to have pocketed hotel ownership. Second, the Dutch are 85% and the Norwegians 84%. The worst of all, in 29th place, was the Colombians, with only 43 percent claiming to check empty handed, although only seem to remove books and magazines.

Chinese Middle Class

In fact, most of the customers from around the world who admitted to the election of things only took sheets and towels or books and magazines except the mainland. They are in a category of their own, with 34 percent, one-third, with furniture, art objects such as lamps, clocks and works of art. The Americans shared the 23rd place for the overall honesty of the hotels with the Chinese, but the Americans decided to remove the linen and towels rather than the furniture. Hotels in China

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The Mexicans come in second place from the bottom. In their case, 60% 100 claim to leave the hotel rooms intact, which means that 40% 100 withdraw things – but they only go for magazines and books, not furniture.

Surprisingly, after the Danes and Norwegians scored heavily, (88 and 84 percent), only 65 percent of Swedes said they never nick hotel stuff.
“While we all love holiday feelings, it seems that travelers in some countries are taking a little too far and removing a variety of items from their hotel room to transmitter with them as a souvenir of their stay, Said a hotel. Com spokesman.
I am surprised that anyone can check into a hotel with a lamp or clock in their bag. Staff always inspector and signatory

How to be Successful in China

Be strong online or Died !

Most startup or business needs to have a better online presence to expand its business or to establish brand identity. In order to achieve this goal, impeccable digital marketing techniques and trust in customers are very important. In China, it is found that there are many startup companies compared to any other country. All budding businesses need the help of digital marketing professionals so that, services become virtual and will have an avalanche of chances to get successful. source

Micky Fung, founder of the interactive content company, presents his recipes for success in the Chinese market.

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How to make your viral services!

In order to get more customers and also traffic to the site, one must focus on more information about SEO in China. Because it’s just when SEO practices are properly implemented, search engine algorithms crawl into your website. This is where your web listing will appear in the first page of search results. There are many factors that are professional SEO. Thus, the chances of increased return on investment, sales will be increased.

His number one priority? Creating an open work environment with a horizontal communication mode.

“During my years of work, I have always worked with my team as a family,” he explains. “I have 400 employees, they all call me Micky and I know most of them by their first name. “I have drivers, but often I get my employees by car. Chinese culture is very family-centered and this is reflected in the way we like to behave in business.

“I take the time to communicate my vision, to try to convince my interlocutors and to give them the feeling of being fully involved in every project. I realized that it was important to be available to help whenever necessary. My team in China is more reassured by seeing me more implicit than I am in the United States. ”

Encouraging risk-taking

Micky Fung’s leadership style also aims to encourage the risk price of his team, a strategy of habit in a very cautious Asian market.

“Chinese culture does not teach you to take risks,” observes the leader of Gentlemen.

Philip Qian “You will be reproached for having committed a fault rather than forholding anything tried. The result is that people are paralyzed by the fear of making the wrong decision.

Be pragmatic and efficient !

Each business for unique and non-scientific business purposes can only be obtained in practice simply the success tricks of other companies. The avalanche of factors includes, keyword research appropriate, engage content, SEM practices and all the other factors that is included in digital marketing. Get simple tips to make use of email marketing to attract the user’s interest and provoke for a call to action. Ultimately, the main objective of each company is to reach its public domain. Have a strategic approach and then you can get the required success in no time, regardless of the challenges ahead.

Beijing Destroy the Great Wall

A portion of the Great Wall of China has been restored, or rather massacred: eight kilometers of the famous line of fortification have been clogged with cement. A “renovation” that made Chinese Internet users jump.

Renovation Really?

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Was the work done by restorers or building workers? This is the question one is entitled to ask when one sees what the “renovated” portion of the Great Wall of China looks like.

Located in the north-east of the country, the eight-kilometer section of Xiaohekou, built in the Ming Dynasty and considered to be one of the most beautiful parts of the wilderness, is unrecognizable. The steps of the guard road and the battlements of the fortifications disappeared, covered with a thick layer of cement.

“Might explode all this”

A “renovation” that scandalized Chinese Internet users on social networks last week.

“It looks like the work of people who have not even finished primary school”, one of them indignantly, “in view of the result, so much to explode all that.” Others denounce the sacrilegious transformation into skateboard ramp or bike track of this monument classified as a world heritage of humanity by Unesco.

The restoration was actually carried out between 2012 and 2014, but the case broke out only last week, when photos were spread on social networks.

It was not a matter of restoring but of consolidating and preserving the flood work, according to the authorities in Liaoning Province where the section is located.

Two years after the damage, the national administration of the historical heritage promised to punish the possible culprits.

An investigation has been opened. The Department of Protection of the Cultural Heritage of Liaoning assures that he had duly controlled the works … which he himself had ordered. Some local heritage officials could pay for this massacre on the concrete mixer.

 

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https://tripsinchina.wordpress.com/2016/04/14/why-chinese-tourists-are-so-keen-on-traveling/

https://tripsinchina.wordpress.com/2015/10/30/basic-tips-to-know-before-traveling-in-china/

https://tripsinchina.wordpress.com/2015/10/09/why-local-digital-marketing-agencies-are-more-popular-among-brands-in-china/

 

 

Thailand attracted 7.93 million Chinese tourists+27% this year

Chinese Travellers arrivals up 17.8% in the last quarter of 2016 year-on-year, according to the Tourism Council on Monday, driven mainly by an increase in Chinese visitors are expected.

Tourism accounts for around 10% of GDP in Thailand and has been a rare bright spot as the second largest economy in Southeast Asia has been driven by exports and sluggish domestic demand.

The forecast comes as Thailand expects to receive a record 33 million visitors this year.

Chinese tourists can not seem to get enough of Thailand, with the increasing number of visitors last year.

A wave of bombings in southern Thailand center and south during the last month appear to have had limited impact.

Last week, the central bank cut its forecast for tourist arrivals by 400,000 to 33,600,000 this year due to the bombing and repression of so-called zero dollars trips, or very cheap tour packages, among other issues.

The October-December quarter is the high season, when hordes of tourists descend on palm-fringed beaches and hot rods and visit its many gilded Buddhist temples.

“The last quarter is a peak season for us. It is the season when tourists from China, Europe and other regions come,” Council President Ittirit Kinglek Reuters.

“We hope that more arrivals than last year mainly due to Chinese travelers.”

The Council expects at least 600,000 arrivals from China during “Golden Week” holidays next month.

Last year, Thailand attracted 7.93 million Chinese, a record. This year, the Council expects about 10 million Chinese.source

Angry Chinese Lady Scolds ‘Shameful’ Chinese Tourists In Viral Rant

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Buzz on Chinese Social Networks

A Chinese lady has become a hit on social media after the shooting go on a destructive and expletive-laden rant about the misbehavior of their holidaying Lands.

Sister Big Bin

In video they posted on Facebook, Bin Bin Ji, also “Sister Big Bin” shouted a volley of harsh criticism of another Chinese woman directed that a large piece of wanted to take wood at home, on the beach of his beloved in Phuket rattled, Thailand. Rep told the lady not to take the wood, but she would not listen, so kicked Ms. Ji. In the end the lady gave a long dispute.

If Thailand does not have laws, I can tell you to put the Lovers’ beach, within a year we will put Chinese all its sand back home in the aquarium to breed fish, “said Ms. Ji in the video:” take everything. Everything. Always like that.”

“What is the system of rules? What is the system of rules? We have said it again and again. Is not that the incident of the person to death a few days ago still bitten bloody to be?” She said with respect to the death of a woman mauled by a tiger in a Beijing Safari Park last month. Many Chinese saw that death as an example of what can happen if you do not adhere to the rules.

“Why are these kinds of Chinese becoming more and more? It’s f- shameful”, Ms. Ji said at the end of the video.

After Ms. Ji video published last Sunday on their Facebook page, the video 443,000 views and 14,000 people won. Your personal page has 5728 followers now. Facebook is in China but blocked Ms. Ji posted the video, while she was still in Thailand.

The video is also on Weibo, a Chinese social media website is a bit like Twitter have been reposted. It received wide praise from Chinese netizens.

“Said Genial! I am very happy that has your behavior Chinese people image effectively protected”, a writing called Sc, Lizhijianfeishaonian.

“Grown overnight riches, but people do not capture the quality has” another person wrote Walker Min named.

Chinese tourists have a bad reputation abroad for headlines with bad etiquette like skipping lines, spat on the floor and litter to make. But as China’s economy progresses and educational levels rise, people will know this and better behavior from their Chinese mainland demand.

“If all people have your consciousness, our people will not worry about Chinese tourists wherever we … out of the country goal we are a family, we can do some acts of high quality and not allow China to face to lose?” a -Wazi called Xiansheng said on Weibo.

The misdeeds of Chinese tourists are a headache for the government that takes care abroad through their image. The state media and authorities have both the propaganda and Chinese people the law used to say, how to act when they go on vacation. In 2015, the China National Tourism Administration (CNTA) public transport began including interfere without detecting bad behavior of tourists on the local customs and damaging cultural relics.

“The bad behavior of outbound tourists Chinese people image is affected to some extent,” CNTA said on its website.

In a report last year, the state-run media outlet Xinhua asked for the people, “to pack her bag of etiquette and civilization before they embark on a journey.” Said Xinhua earlier this year that the number of negative reports recently declined and the behavior had improved.

 

http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2016/08/12/angry-chinese-lady-scolds-shameful-chinese-tourists/

Top 10 cities with beaches in China

Discover the beaches in China!

In China, the cities by the sea are many, however, they do not all offer quality beaches to spend a good time.

Here is a list of the 10 most famous cities of China to enjoy the sun, sea and sand. Each of these cities offers a natural and pleasant, attractive beaches and many attractions for a great holiday. Booming tourism in China!

1) Sanya

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It is the ideal destination to enjoy the sandy beaches, their palms, and their clear water. This rich city in cultural diversity is also known for its mountains and hot springs, and offers some of the finest scenery in the world. On site, this paradise allows you to practice many sports and water activities.

Note : Sanya is however a very expensive city to live in, because it lives almost exclusively from tourism.

2) Qingdao

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It is a famous city of the Shandong Peninsula to its seaport. Also known for its beer : Tsingtao, it is a tourist destination where it is very pleasant to stroll in the streets and houses of the old concessions. The beaches along this scenic coastal city are many and very lively, with many places to eat, refresh and entertain.

Note : Huiquan is the Asia’s largest sandy beach with its 3.6 hectares.

3) Qinhuangdao

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This city is located in the northeast of Hebei province and bordered by the Bohai Sea in the South, Qinhuang Island is an important port for foreign trade in North of China.

Note : The « Gold Coast »with its 52,1km along, offers sandy beaches bordering large forests. Other famous beaches can be mentioned those of Beidaihe and Nandaihe.

4) Zhuhai

Zuhai

This city is not only known to be a very pleasant coastal city in southern of Guangdong province, but also to offer a selection of beautiful beaches.

Note : Golden Beach is one of the most attractive beaches in Zhuhai.

In addition, the island also offers Hebao sumptuous seashores with crystal clear waters.

5) Rizhao

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This city is also part of Shandong Peninsula, and is located on the coast of the Yellow Sea against Korea and Japan. It is famous for its blue sky and golden beaches. Rizhao has the sandy beach the longest in the country, extending for 60 km. It also has many scenic spots as a national forest park and numerous mountain area.

6) Xiamen

The city faces at the ast China Sea and the Taiwan Strait, the Strait of Xiamen is located in Fujian province. Being surrounded by the sea, it offers wide sandy beaches and numerous natural and cultural landscapes.

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Note : This « City on the Sea » is one of the most popular seaside resorts of China.

7) Beihai

This city is famous for its long beaches, islands, lakes, forests and hills. Beihai Silver Beach is 10 kilometers from the city center and extends over 24 kilometers.

Note : This city is one of the five most beautiful resorts of the country, it is often considered the most beautiful China Beach for its white sand, its clean and warm water, and gentle waves.

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8) Dalian

This city is known for its natural attractions, especially for its beaches. The city is home to many shores which are known for their natural beauty, which are breathtaking, and thrilling for water activities that can be practiced there.

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Note : Fujiazhuang is certainly the most popular beach in Dalian with its golden sand, turquoise sea and its many reefs, on a long stretch of 550 meters. Islands and forests make Fujiazhuang beach even more enjoyable.

9) Haikou

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It is the capital of the island province of Hainan, which also houses the city of Sanya. It has four main beaches : Holiday Beach, Xixiu Beach, Baishamen Beach and Guilinyang Beach.

10) Ningbo

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It is a coastal city in Zhejiang Province in China. It is located South of the Yangtze River delta, and faces the East China Sea in the East.

Note : The range of Mount Songlan is certainly the most noteworthy with its landscape of mountains facing the Sea Many islands are also the delight of tanning and relaxation lovers.

Why Chinese tourists are so keen on traveling

Our dear Chinese tourists, an eternal love history

Nowadays, while there is a Chinese economy’s slowdown, one of the sector which is not affected by the crisis is the Chinese tourism. Indeed, more than six million of people left China during the weekend long holidays for the Lunar New Year according to Ctrip. This rate increase of 15% since the last year in order to reach 5.2 million of travelers this year.

Even if the Chinese economy is weaker than the last years, big Asian cities, such as Singapore or Hong Kong, are not in endangered. Indeed, surveys noticed China is the fifth country in which tourists travel so much by flight with 120 million of travelers in 2015.

Further information: China New Year travel

Favorite destinations of Chinese people

luxury brands in china

Chinese tourists are more in more interested in travelling for shopping. Indeed, for the last years, travelers from China are very attracted by countries which propose luxury goods at lower costs than their own country. The consumption’s tourism became the new trend and it is very smart’s symbol to come back in China with products came from abroad.

Moreover, they have their favourite countries to visit. Chinese travelers prefer to go to Japan and South of Korea in order to do shopping especially since bad events in Paris on the last November. These both countries are considered to be very safe compared to the France’s capital. Unfortunately, Europe is less attractive although this the only continent to offers this quality of shopping. Chinese tourists have to wait for easing tensions to hope to make shopping in Western countries as soon as the next year.Read more:

Read more: Top 10 Destinations For China’s Big Spending Tourists

Chinese Government Crackdowns on corruption

The Chinese leadership strengthened the country’s censorship especially concerning corruption which involved a decreasing of benefit regarding some activity sectors. Indeed, Chinese consumers don’t trust in Chinese quality’s products because of many troubles concerning food and fake markets which exist in China. Chinese populations want more authenticity and have new expectations when they are purchasing products. That’s why they prefer foreign products which proof its quality.

Chinese girls tourists

Also, we noticed sales of luxury watches for men fall down although these ones of fashion women’s accessories increased. That’s why Chinese market has to progress in the jewelry items. Many foreign luxury brands penetrate the Chinese market which represents a huge challenge. Therefore, prices are more expensive than in Western countries which explain the consumption Chinese tourism trend. Consequently, these brands have to line up their costs in order to be more accessible.

 

80 best Tips to learn Chinese in Beijing

How many CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, you may think that speaking Chinese as a second language?

Learn Chinese if you live in Beijing … You should be able to think about it

The Internet is still buzzing after Mark Zuckerberg unveiled its latest product: its own Mandarin skills.

The majority of the online community was impressed by his dedication – he studied every day, as you should too – and with the courage to stand up in front of a crowd and spend 30 minutes to communicate in a language that it speaks imperfectly.

Public speaking impress Chinese

Public speaking is deeply frightening to many. In fact, it is at the top of the list of most survey responses regarding our greatest fears. It is also something that the Facebook CEO was not particularly good at the beginning of his career. But public speaking in a second language, the one you are not fluent? This is the stuff of nightmares.

Expat life in Beijing

Melanie, I began weekly Mandarin lessons. All other children in the class had been exposed to the language of infanthood, and just two hours a week of Mandarin teaching English in my other life was ineffective. Despite my best intentions, I eventually fell in the fifth year.

I will now try to build a life in China, and over the years have tried almost everything to become fluent in the language, including private tutors, self-learning with ribbons, college classes, and language buddies. Twenty years after I first set foot in my childhood Mandarin class, I’m finally on my way to master the language.

Here are the main lessons I learned along the way. If you avoid my mistakes, and focus on measures that really makes a difference, we hope that your trip to Mandarin fluency will not be quite as difficult or convoluted than mine.

Why Mark Zuckerberg really learn Mandarin ?

Why did he do that? We know it has been studied Chinese for a while, but why someone so powerful1 put themselves in a vulnerable position to criticism, even attack? For that matter, why study Chinese in the first place?

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