Posted by: oliviapontet | April 10, 2017

Americans start to like China

Americans like China more than they have in years, survey finds

Americans’ perspectives of China have turned out to be more positive over the previous year, another Seat Exploration Center review finds.

In front of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s meeting Thursday with US President Donald Trump, the review discovers 44% of Americans have a good conclusion of China, up from 37% a year back.

These numbers may come as a shock, as Trump constantly lashed out at China amid a year ago’s US presidential decision crusade.

Positive evaluation

The development in positive evaluations for China might be expected to some extent to declining worries about monetary dangers from China.

The share of the American open that sees the measure of US obligation held by Beijing, the loss of employments to China and the exchange shortfall with China as intense issues has dropped altogether as of late.

For instance, 61% said the exchange shortage was an intense issue in 2012, contrasted and 44% today. Worries about Chinese cyberattacks have, then again, ascended to 55% from half five years back.

Still, obligation, exchange and employments have not vanished as wellsprings of sympathy toward Americans, and generally speaking about a large portion of people in general (52%) keeps on considering China to be a greater amount of a financial risk than a military one.

China is seen as essentially a military danger

China is seen as essentially a military danger by marginally more than 33% of Americans (36%).

On the off chance that an Asian partner, for example, Japan, South Korea or the Philippines were to end up plainly involved in a military clash with China, most Americans (58%) would back the utilization of drive against Beijing.

About 66% of Republicans (65%) and 62% of independents hold this view. What’s more, by a 52%-39% edge, Democrats additionally support utilizing power to shield an Asian partner.

Monetary and military issues are not by any means the only concerns the general population has about China – many additionally name cyberattacks, China’s effect on nature and Beijing’s human rights strategies as significant issues.

When all is said in done, Republicans hold more negative states of mind toward China and express more grounded stresses over monetary difficulties in the US-China relationship.

Most strikingly, 71% of Republicans say work misfortunes to China are a major issue for the US, contrasted and just 47% of Democrats.

Hard to Brand China

While employments are the top Republican worry about China, among Democrats it is China’s effect on the worldwide condition. More than six-in-ten Democrats (63%) call it a difficult issue, contrasted and just 44% of Republicans.

President Xi gets to a great extent negative evaluations from Americans: 60% have not all that much or no trust in him to make the best choice in world undertakings. Only 31% say they have a ton or possibly some trust in the Chinese pioneer.

Tensions are apparently very high regarding the installation of the missile defense system THAAD that Chinese tourists do not even want to visit the island of Jeju in South Korea.
When a cruise ship docked at the Chinese Mecca in the Korean Strait on Saturday afternoon, the 3,400 passengers on board refused to disembark, to the surprise of the ship’s captain, South Korean customs officers, tourist guides And drivers of 80 tourist buses awaiting transport on the island.
Instead, Chinese tourists stayed on the cruise ship Costa Serena’s 11,000-tonne pendant four hours before departing for their next stop in Tianjin. They were all part of a reward trip that was organized by a Chinese company that had left Fukuoka in Japan in local media.
Their decision not to set foot on South Korean soil was animated by Chinese social media. “When the Chinese bind together, it’s great to see,” a Weibo user writes, receiving over 130,000 pockets.

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According to CGTN, the incident contributed to the Italian cruise ship company canceling two ships to travel to Jeju from mid-March to the end of June, representing 26 canceled visits and up to 120,000 Chinese tourists visiting the island.
Royal Caribbean Cruises and Carnival Corp’s Cruises and Princess Cruises have also cut calls to South Korean ports, including Jeju, replacing them with visits to Japan. Meanwhile, 86 of the 159 flights connecting the resort island to mainland China were also canceled.
While this is good news for Jeju residents who prefer a more peaceful life, these are devastating news for those in the tourist industry. In 2008, Jeju Island implemented a 30-day visa-free policy for Chinese tourists who turned the small island into a Chinese tourism gold mine. 2.6 million foreigners to the Jeju visitor in 2015, not 85.3% are Chinese who are committed to shopping in duty-free shops on the island, landing the departure room of the international airport Of Jeju with impious quantities before leaving.

In recent years, waves of Chinese tourists have also led to an increase in crime and uncivilized behavior that has alarmed the residents. More than 11,000 of them signed a petition calling for the end of visa-free entry for Chinese tourists in September. While the government has refused to consider terminating the policy, it seems that they are welcome.
Faced with a neighbor obsessed with nuclear darkness, Seoul considers the US-backed missile defense system THAAD to offer its survival. At the same time, Beijing regards this as a threat to its own national security and a promise to take action against the law and a memory of a nationalist sentiment against South Korea.
With tourists and Kpop artists, as targeted South Korean conglomerate Lotte Group, which accepts the post to build the missile system in the government. More than half of the company’s stores in China have been temporarily closed.



Posted by: oliviapontet | February 27, 2017

Beijing attempt to Punish Taiwan by slowing down the Tourism

Beijing’s attempt to punish Taiwan by curbing tourism from the continent does not have much impact. Taiwan set a new tourism record last year by successfully courting visitors from the rest of Asia.
Tourists agitation on the square at the base of “Taipei 101.” The skyscraper, with its characteristic bamboo shooting design, was the tallest building in the world until 2009 and is a must-see for every tourist visiting Taiwan.
As a group of young Korean women try to take a selfie with the emblematic 500 meters high in the background, Vietnam travelers line up for a group photo and tourists from mainland China hunt their tour guide at Elevators that send them to the observation deck on the 89th floor.
They pass by a group of men and women in bright yellow shirts, who sit cross-legged on the pavement, meditating. They are activists of the Falun Gong religious movement, whose supporters are persecuted in the People’s Republic. Every day, they expect tourists from mainland China, holding great signs of protest to denounce the alleged human rights violations of the Beijing government. Most Chinese look at them surreptitiously, for fear of being watched by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

Confrontations like this with Taiwan’s freedom of speech have been accepted by the Beijing government since it began sending tourists to Taiwan nine years ago. Before 2008, there were not even direct flights between the mainland and the island, which Beijing considers a renegade province.

Dramatic change

But the situation has undergone a dramatic change in a few years, with the number of visitors from mainland China soaring to four million a year. The Taiwanese government, at that time in favor of Beijing, hoped to strengthen its tourism sector, which was rather small compared to other destinations in Asia. Beijing, on the other hand, was interested in expanding its economic influence in Taiwan. Both sides welcomed the increase in the number of tourists as a visible sign of a new policy of “détente”.

Imposing restrictions on tourism !

Nevertheless, the atmosphere reversed completely last year, with an increasing number of people in Taiwan criticizing what they saw as the easing of their mainland government.
After the opposition’s victory in the last elections, Taiwan’s new president Tsai Ing-wen, which was inaugurated in May 2016, refused to recognize Beijing’s Chinese policy. Since then, the authorities of the People’s Republic have tightened the screws on Taiwan at various levels. He tried to isolate the Taiwanese government on the international stage and sent his aircraft carrier to the Taiwan Strait.

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Bug impact on Tourism

It has also had an effect on tourism. Last year, for example, the number of visitors to Taiwan from the continent decreased to 3.5 million, down 18 percent from the previous year. Group travel was particularly drastic, down one third since Tsai took office. Beijing has never stated that it is trying to hinder tourism in Taiwan specially with the Digital Communication. But as the Chinese authorities determine the number of tour groups, they also have the power to reduce their flow to Taiwan.

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Posted by: oliviapontet | January 16, 2017

In Tourism in China, If You Want To Success: Go Digital!

There are several digital marketing agencies in this area but you really focus on these issues to be able to locate a perfect digital marketing business out of all to suit your needs. An experienced digital marketing agency is able to help you reach a large public, which is running from a cool and little regional store or maybe a thriving business in China. If you are looking for a new business, you can get the details of the company’s prospects. You might be interested in finding the perfect digital marketing agency in Little Neck NY for a while.

You should find an agency that will implement the application of digital marketing analysis to measure the answer and maintain a track on what exactly works and it is not. These are marketing and marketing services. A good idea is to start marketing business using a promotional and web development plan.

Posted by: oliviapontet | January 15, 2017

Record number of Chinese travellers visiting the UK

Many Chinese tourists head for London in the last sign of remarkable resilience of the Brexit-time capital.

The plunge into the book after the referendum vote and a simpler visa system to contribute to China’s flight reserves skyrocket, according to new figures today.

Record number of Chinese tourists flocking to London after Brexit sparks plunge in the pound


“London is open” message to reassure the rest of the world is proving a success.

D & D London, owner of restaurants like Le Pont de la Tour and Quaglino, today announces a big jump of recipes.

Tourism bosses hope that the end will appear shocks to 2016 and the start of good to 2017 sign another year of record for tourism.
The number of flight reserves in China is up 81 percent from January 2016, most planning trips in the period before the start of the cock year on January 28.


For the first three months of 2017, reserves are already 43 percent ahead of the year ForwardKeys.

Some restaurants, among others, the German gymnasium, 100 Wardour Street, Bluebird and Sartoria have increased by 30 percent in 2015, said D & D London.

The company also had the Prime Minister “£ 1 million day” on December 14.

Gunewardena, President and CEO of D & D London, said: “We are very pleased with the December trade after what was a topsy-turvy year.

Tesco, Marks & Spencer and John Lewis all negotiating reports and the Bank of England Governor Mark Carney report to the MPs that growth forecasts may be improved next month.

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They are particularly delighted by the service of Chinese reserves after years of courtesy and travel to the more populous country of the world, which have traditionally favored Paris on London.

Jo Leslie, who runs the Chinese welcome program for the VisitBritain government agency, said: “Chinese tourists in London spend twice as much and they have lost the police in continental Europe, spend twice as much money and the number Increases to twice the rate

London is cheaper

London is 11% cheaper this year for Chinese following the fall in the value of the book against the yuan as a result of the outcome of the shock referendum.

A major overhaul of the visa application process, including the extension of visa requirements from six months to two years and the opening of new application centers, also encouraged visits by China.

The Casino in Leicester Square yesterday.

Simon Thomas, owner and general manager of the Hippodrome, said the growing number of Chinese visitors had helped the casino record the numbers over Christmas.

He wrote: “London is booming, the week that runs until Christmas has been a joy, while the week between Christmas and New Times

The Chinese New Year celebrations from 27 to 29 January are widely praised as the most sumptuous in the world outside of Asia, with hundreds of thousands expecting to rush to the West End.

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan said: “With the spectacular lion parade from Chinatown to the heart of the capital, Trafalgar Square, live music, the best of Chinese dance, entertainment, markets And Family workshops. London is a Chinese New Year celebration. ”

VisitBritain’s Director Patricia Yates said: “China is the biggest outbound market in the world for Britain.

Posted by: oliviapontet | January 15, 2017

China’s education is changing !

The Chinese education market is large and is expected to expand further in the coming years as Chinese families prepare their children to compete in an economy that is incredibly different from the one in which they grew up. Already 1.6 billion RMB in 2015, should almost double to 3 billion RMB (450 billion dollars) by 2020. Education is the first priority for desperate parents to help their children to progress in the China competitive and modern.


The growth of the education industry of China is world leader. Investment cases rose from 190 in 2014 to 270 in 2015 – an increase of 42 per cent – and the number of mergers and acquisitions and IPOs increased by 165 and 76 per cent, respectively.

In line with this growth there is a significant demand for educational services abroad that highly competitive consumers experience and quality of expertise abroad. A lot of discussion revolves around attracting Chinese foreign students, but domestic, Chinese investment in education is often lined, this is surprising as it presents incredibly lucrative investment opportunities.


The years of rapid economic expansion were previously based on the masses of low-cost workers. Now, with a growing middle class, higher disposable incomes and higher living standards, China is making the transition to a more mature development model. The Chinese state is concentrating more on creative innovation, domestic affairs, services and skilled labor, richer families investing in education to meet this demand and adapt to modern Chinese expectations .

China faces an aging population due to the long-term effects of the one-child policy, however to counter these laws have been changed, parents can now have two children without incurring fines from the state. Of the 1.37 billion citizens in China, 17 percent are between 0 and 14 years of age, equivalent to about 230 million in need of education. Parents of almost a quarter of a billion children are on average significantly richer than 10 to 20 years ago, so education spending has increased to become the most valuable commodity in an extremely Competitive,

The one-child policy also encouraged parents to invest heavily in the education of their children, the official slogan of the party was “a child but of better quality”. The culture of pooling family resources for the development of their children’s education remains common.

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Posted by: oliviapontet | August 26, 2016


The robe is a garment inside ample long sleeve which is closed either by rail, a buttonhole or a belt at the waist. He sometimes has patch pockets and length stops between the knee and ankle. He slips on like a coat and is worn crossed for most. It is the garment of choice which is generally refuge in the bathroom. It is made with different fabrics but the most popular is the one that is 100% cotton terry because it is soft, comfortable and absorbent. It is said that women are the true followers bathrobes, this is not entirely true because men too are fond especially if they are made with good quality fabrics like terry bathrobe man.

The use of terry bathrobe man

All robes have their own uses. They can be a garment that is used to wipe the cold or protect themselves before or after a bath, shower or swim. They can be worn over sleepwear. They can be worn at home for a relaxing day. The robes are also used in hair salons in order to protect the client’s clothes or in some sports such as clothing before and after delivery. And for sponge bathrobe man in particular, apart from its practical side, there is a design clothing a man can wear with class and style to showcase her beautiful body. And since this is a terry bathrobe, one can say that it is comfortable to wear even during the hottest season of the year because it does not choke and very good perspiration absorption.

How bathrobe sponge man?

The sponge bathrobe man is made with terry 100% pure cotton or Egyptian cotton. It comes in a beautiful range of colors. It is sweet, soft and comfortable. It is made with a material of high quality, pure and noble. It has an extraordinary absorption capacity because the terry absorbs a reasonable amount of water. It can have different models like terry bathrobe with shawl collar bathrobe sponge neck kimono, terry hooded bathrobe. It can be long or short. And to maintain, can be washed in the machine.

The sponge bathrobe man is very practical but also very classy.

Posted by: oliviapontet | August 17, 2016

Discover the contempory art in China

The market of the Chinese contemporary art has known these last few years a strong increase. This could be explained by the economic growth form the Chinese economy, which was significant and helped the Chinese to become richer. With a higher purchasing power, and the emergence of the middle class, the Chinese are looking for more diversified hobbies and center of interests. And thanks to the western influence, the interest of the Chinese are becoming stronger, always looking for more social prestige. And regarding the security policy in the country, it is definitely for the Chinese a good way to express themselves and the less censored one in China. We can find for instance the denunciation of tortures of red guards, which is not related in the history books of the country.

The beginning of the Chinese contemporary art

The Chinese contemporary art takes its origins from the time of Mao. Indeed, until his death in 1976, the artists were only making masterpieces representing the “socialist realism”, the totalitarian art that needed to serve the interests of the communist party.

The Chinese art knew a new era with the arrival of Deng Xiaoping in the Chinese government, bringing a new opening from 1989. It is characterized by a certain freedom expression and a boom of creativity. Some new artistic movements are arising, like the “Xiamen dada” and the “policial pop art”.


The events occurred in Tiananmen have shocked the Chinese artists, who took the decision to leave for foreign countries. This was the born of an hybrid art, a good mix between western and eastern art.

The boom of the Chinese art

The market of the Chinese art has really exploded in the 2000s, with the emergence of the masterpieces delivering messages. The content of those are implicating more contextual messages. Between 2004 and 2006, the sales of Asian contemporary arts from Sotheby’s and Christie’s, professionals in this industry, are currently escalating. These sales increase from 22 to 190 million of dollar! Most of these sales are Chinese, and half of the most popular artists are Chinese.

Nowadays, these artists have become multimillionaire. We can find Wang Guagyi, who owns a Jaguar car, and a mansion of 10 000 m² in Beijing, and many other galleries all around the world like in the 798 neighbor in Beijing, made from old weapon factories and transformed.

Among the biggest Chinese artists, we can today find the Gao brothers. These former activists from Tiananmen, sometimes censored, have nowadays more than 798 galleries and have an international dimension worldwide. They are the author of remarkable performances, like the one where they destroy a Mao status with women’s breasts.


There is also Yue Minjun, a “realist cynic” really appreciated from the Chinese patrons. Its masterpieces are also available at the Cartier foundation in Paris.

Liu Bolin is also a famous artist coming from China with a solid reputation in the art industry? After its factory has been shut down in Beijing, and the interdiction of exposing its pictures, he started his own “silent revolution”. He also camouflaged himself in the urban scenery in order to protest against the government.

Liu Bolin

An uncertain future

The contemporary art in China stays very rich: you would be able to find some other interesting artists. You can find some masterpieces at the Loft gallery and some other design objects from China at the Chinart gallery as well.

We don’t know if this trend is just a fad or is destined to become a more durable trend along the time. Regarding the events China went through recently, and the changes the Chinese society is facing, we can definitely expect some other changes in the art industry and more creativity in the next few years.

Posted by: oliviapontet | August 4, 2016

Robbers use teargas in raid on Chinese tourists near Paris

Located in central Paris, in the Rue de Provence, sits the bar and restaurant Stan & Co. It is a dimly lit, cozy French bistro with wooden ceilings and stained glass trim. The waiters are busy croques Monsieurs and mugs cafe au lait hidden in tables are in cozy bay.


Stephanie Verret has run the place for 25 years. But it’s started to change only in the last few, the Rue de Provence. “Sold on the street their shops Chinese All men,” she says. “Before, it was like a small village with people coffee and croissants in the morning.”

Now lucrative Chinese restaurants and duty-free shops line the street. Masses of Chinese tourists crowd the narrow footpaths, following flag-wielding guides down, pushing in a race past each other to come forward.

Stephanie found daily in a scene that looks as Paris more like downtown Beijing. “They do not say hello, they do not speak French, they do not speak English,” she says incredulously.

Who time in France will testify that perhaps the most important word is “Bonjour” spent. It means more than a greeting – it is also a marker of civilized encounter.

“A woman came here and spat on the ground,” says Stephanie. “I just have a napkin, put it in her hand and said in French:” Take it ”



With hundreds of thousands of Chinese travelers now embarking on their first trip abroad, Stephanie Street is a microcosm of the clash of cultures occurring in many countries. But far from being against the masses of tourists flock each day past her restaurant, Stephanie is sympathetic.

“It’s not their fault, they are two different cultures,” she says. “No one tells them how we live, what our habits are.”

When I went on tour with a Chinese group, I saw that she was correct in most cases. Operators had to educate little interest to customers about French customs or culture. For them, the Chinese market is a numbers game: the number of people you get on a bus, the number of places you visit as little time as possible can in.

They do not make good job of tourist monuments or museums take. On the big tours, this stops for 40 minutes at most to be planned. And Paris is not very responsive to Chinese visitors. For example, more than 800,000 visitors from China last year, despite the Musée du Louvre will have no Mandarin audio guide.

Chinese tourists are literally afraid of nothing — not even a swamp of hungry crocodiles.

Online photos showing a group of Chinese tourists on a flimsy looking raft and feeding a swarm of crocodiles have made everyone else very uneasy.

The group of tourists were visiting the Elephant Kingdom park in Chonburi while on a trip to Thailand.


Photos show men, women and children standing aboard the raft situated in the middle of a green swampy lagoon. The raft appears to be made of plastic barrels, metal railings and wooden beams.


The Chinese tourists were given sticks with meat dangling from them to feed the crocodiles.  Over a dozen large crocodiles can be seen encircling the raft in the photo.

chinese-tourists-crocodile-thailand6While no one was injured from the excursion, safety concerns have been raised about the park.

chinese-tourists-crocodile-thailand9Elephant Kingdom was consequently shut down by local authorities for 90 days in order to conduct safety inspections.chinese-tourists-crocodile-thailand3

The Chonburi tourist park is home to 4,000 crocodiles, according to an Elephant Kingdom spokesperson.


The Chinese tourists’ apparent disregard for safety has been denounced by netizens on Weibo, with one commenter asking:

“What if those people got pulled down or even fell into the lake accidentally?”



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