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China’s outbound tourism market shows no signs of slowing

Online travel agent Ctrip and China Tourism Academy (CTA) have released a joint report on China's outbound market for 1H2018. In 1H2018, Chinese travellers made...

Ctrip partners Tourism NZ to certify customised travel experts in China

The Ctrip Institute of Customized Travel Business and Tourism New Zealand are joining hands to develop a training programme to help tour experts offer...

Upsurge in customised travel demand for Chinese outbound market

Chinese demand for customised travel surged 300 per cent in 2017, with European destinations most favoured among those eschewing traditional package deals, according to...

Chinese travellers show bigger appetite for food tourism in SE Asia

Gastronomy has been identified as a key focus for the Tourism of Thailand (TAT) as part of its Open to the New Shades campaign,...

Ctrip, iClick team up to help international brands target Chinese travellers

Ctrip has entered a partnership with iClick Interactive Asia Group, an online marketing technology platform in China. With a view to create data-driven and personalised...

Frenemies Ctrip and Booking Holdings deepen partnership

Online travel giants Ctrip and Booking Holdings are extending their partnership, with Gillian Tans, CEO of Booking.com designated as Booking Holdings' observer to the Ctrip board...

Ctrip teams up with Hyatt to launch first flagship store

Major Chinese OTA Ctrip Group is linking arms with Hyatt to open its first flagship store on its website and mobile application, which will...

AccorHotels ties up with Ctrip to better serve Chinese travellers

Ctrip.com International has entered into a MoU with AccorHotels to embark on a deeper cooperation between both companies to "greatly enhance the growing Chinese travellers’...

End of SkySea shows Chinese prefer global cruise brands

The first Chinese cruise company targeting the mid- to high-end mainland China market will be gone by the end of this year, proving a...

Women hold up half the corporate sky

While female participation and leadership in the Chinese workplace is comparatively higher than its Western counterparts, Ctrip's CEO Jane Sun thinks more could still be done for women to totally smash the 'glass ceiling'.

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