• Travel Hacks: Picasso Heads East, Chinese Tourists Staying Close to Home, and More Chinese Travel Trends

    Here’s Jing Travel’s weekly guide to stories that give insight into Chinese travel trends and how they affect the industry’s main players. Read More
  • History with A View: Lisbon Castle Offers Chinese Brochure

    São Jorge Castle, a world-famous medieval castle, has created a Chinese-language brochure for visitors. Read More
  • Royal Ontario Museum takes fresh look at Chinese painting

    Royal Ontario Museum is drawing attention to Chinese traditions of family, religion, and superstition by showcasing ancestor portraits and deity prints. Read More
  • Five Simple Weibo Tips For Museums

    Weibo boasts 200 million travel-engaged users. Developing a strong digital strategy is key for museums and cultural institutions hoping to connect with China’s Free Independent Travelers. Read More
  • Portugal’s Sintra joins UNESCO project in China push

    Parques de Sintra Monte da Lua, located in central Portugal, recently joined the UNESCO project ‘World Heritage Journey’ in an effort to reach more Chinese tourists.  Read More
  • Vancouver Art Gallery Offers Mandarin Tours

    The Contemporary Art Gallery (CAG) provides guided exhibition tours in Mandarin. CAG strives to engage local audiences through informal programming. Read More
  • Parent & Child Travel: A Growth Market?

    Domestic travel agencies provide increasingly specific programs for parent and child travel, Western museums and cultural institutions should follow suit and rethink how they engage with the Chinese family.   Read More
  • Travel Hacks: Tanzanian Tours, Bergdorf Goodman Goes Alipay, Gaokao Getaways and More Chinese Travel Trends

    Jing Travel’s weekly guide to the latest trends in the Chinese travel market and how they affect the industry’s main players. Read More
  • Las Vegas Goes All In on Chinese Tourism

    Las Vegas Conventions & Visitors Authority (LVCVA) has improved its China engagement by creating content for Chinese video platforms. Read More
  • China Institute Promotes Museum Night Via WeChat

    The China Institute used WeChat to promote its part in Night at the Museums, an event that showcases the museums and historic sites in Lower Manhattan. Read More