• Profit Share: Greece Welcomes Chinese Artifacts

    As part of a cultural exchange between China and Greece, 154 rare artifacts were loaned from the Palace Museum in Beijing to the Acropolis Museum in Athens. Read More
  • USS Midway Museum Reels In Chinese Visitors

    The USS Midway Museum, a legendary naval aircraft carrier located in downtown San Diego, California at Navy Pier, has become a major draw for Chinese tourist. Read More
  • California Children’s Museum Gets Creative with AliPay

    The New Children’s Museum in San Diego has recently started to accept cashless payments via Alipay—one of China's most popular virtual payment platforms — to purchase tickets, shop gift items, and more. Read More
  • Benetti Makes Yachts That Caters to China’s Elites

    In an exclusive conversation with Jing Daily, Peter Mahony, General Manager of Benetti Asia, discusses the company’s unique China approach, the current state of the Chinese yacht market, and the contours of its future. Read More
  • The Met Gala Got More Than 170 Million Views in Less Than 48 Hours. Here’s How:

    For this year’s Met Gala, an event that has never wanted for exposure, the Met decided to harness the vast power of the Chinese video-sharing app Douyin, aka TikTok outside of China, to the tune of 170 million views in 48 hours. Read More
  • Air and Space Museum Skyrockets into Chinese Market

    The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C. is working with Destination DC's Welcome (欢迎) China program to procure Chinese visitors. Read More
  • How a Hand Puppet is Becoming One of China’s Most Prominent Travel Influencers & Other Chinese Travel Trends

    From trade war travel concerns to one of China's most prominent influencers, a fox hand puppet, here are our five top Chinese travel news stories for the week. Read More
  • Hong Kong has Spurned the Digital Wallet Craze, But for How Long?

    With only 47 percent of Hong Kongers using WeChat Pay compared to 86.4 percent on the mainland, Hong Kong continues to lag behind when it comes to the adoption of new payment methods such as digital wallets. But for how long? Read More
  • How Viking Cruises Changed Chinese Tourism to Europe

    We spoke to Brendan Tansey, Managing Director for Viking Cruises in China, to learn how Viking applied its experience with the US outbound tourism market to provide Chinese travelers with a new way to explore Europe. Read More
  • Three Things to Know About China’s Superyacht Market

    With a 9,000-mile coastline and a class of millionaires predicted to exceed 20 million by the mid-2020s, is China the next superyacht destination? Read More