MACAU, China, 27 May 2020: Known as the godfather of Macau's tourism and gambling industries, Stanley Ho died Tuesday at the age of 98, Chinese and English language dailies in Hong Kong reported. He was the...
SINGAPORE, 26 May 2020: China’s hotels are starting to see the green shoots of recovery according to STR’s week hotel performance update released on Monday. The first to suffer the impact of Covid-19 and the first...
SINGAPORE, 18 May 2020: STR reports hotel occupancy in China reached 40% from 6 to 10 May due to the partial resumption of business travel. In Beijing, occupancy increased after the government eased restrictions and the...
SHANGHAI, 15 May 14, 2020:  Online travel services provider, Trip.com Group announced, Thursday, its lead role in overseeing the implementation of safe travel protocols created by the World Travel and Tourism Council. Following the...
SINGAPORE, 14 May 2020: FCM Travel Solutions has announced the appointment of Calvin Xie as general manager for China based in Shanghai. He has been the CFO for FCM in North Asia since 2018, focusing...
SINGAPORE, 1 May 2020: Domestic air travel in China has been recovering slowly in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak according to research from ForwardKeys, but that is about to change. Following Thursday’s news...
BANGKOK, 24 April 2020: Chinese airlines will resume international flights in May planning one weekly service per country to start the process of rebuilding their route networks. China Southern has filed timetable information showing it will increase...
BANGKOK 21 April 2020:: A new survey of consumers in China's first-tier cities has concluded that 53% of respondents would like to travel overseas later this year, possibly during Q3 and Q4. Those surveyed cited August,...
SHENZHEN, China, 15 April 13: Non-contact body temperature detection developed by Hytera could be another important tool to deploy at immigration checkpoints to fight Covid-19. The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has affected all of us. Given the...
SHANGHAI, 2 April 2020: The international outbreak of Covid-19 has been met with encouraging support from many countries, but unfortunately, xenophobia and anti-global tendencies have also become more apparent than ever, says Trip.com chairman and economist, James Liang.