August 8, 2016
Philadelphia Magazine Partners With Attract China To Reach Affluent Chinese Travelers

Philadelphia magazine and Attract China announced a partnership to reach Chinese tourists and Chinese nationals living in Philadelphia with the magazine’s award-winning content, Attract China’s travel website, XiaoYaoDao.cn (Happy Travel) and high-quality, …

July 28, 2016
New XiaoYaoDao.cn Ideally Serves Chinese Independent Travelers

Thousands of hours of work, an expansive range of engaging and resourceful original content and articles, and countless recommendations led to the launch of the new mobile-friendly XiaoYaoDao.cn, Attract China’s website in China …

July 19, 2016
New CEO to Grow the “Gateway to the Chinese Traveler”

We are pleased to announce that David Becker has joined the company known as the “Gateway to the Chinese Traveler” as Chief Executive Officer to lead Attract China’s expansion plans. The announcement …

July 15, 2016
Helping Concierges Cater to Chinese Travelers

New York City, one of the most desirable tourist destinations in the world, is also the No.1 entry point for Chinese visitors to the U.S. In 2015, Chinese travelers spent US$205.7 billion …

April 8, 2016
David Becker on China-US tourism

The year of 2016 was declared the year of China-US tourism. Join Attract China CEO David Becker and hear his thoughts on Chinese outbound tourism and growth of Chinese tourism market. …

November 3, 2015
Why Do Chinese Travelers Love U.S. and Japan?

Despite the current economic slowdown, Chinese tend to travel more and spend more abroad. China’s outbound tourists reached 107 million in 2014, an increase of 19.49% over 2013. The number is expected …

October 13, 2015
Wealthy Chinese Seek Medical Care Abroad

Chinese are showing up abroad not just with shopping bags and cameras, but also in increasing numbers with their medical records. The easier visa rules and rising income make going abroad for …

September 25, 2015
Mid-Autumn Festival Traditions in China

The Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of China’s lunar calendar, usually in September or October. In 2015, the festival falls on September 27. The day …

September 10, 2015
Five “Chinese” Dishes You Won’t Find in China

Most Chinese dishes in the U.S. are Americanized. Both authentic Chinese food and Americanized Chinese food can be delicious, but you may be surprised to know that some “Chinese” dishes you find …

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