Chinese question why their tourists behave badly

From faking marriage certificates to get honeymoon discounts in the Maldives to letting children defecate on the floor of a Taiwan airport, Chinese tourists have recently found themselves at the center of controversy and anger.

Thanks to microblogging sites in China, accounts of tourists behaving badly spread like wildfire across the country, provoking disgust, ire . . . → Read More: Chinese question why their tourists behave badly

Pakistan: Tourism for national development

The Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW) on Wednesday said the government needs to turn tourism into a key driver for socio- economic development and poverty reduction.

At present, 25 million Chinese are travelling each year; the number is expected to double by 2020. This means that they would be spending $590 billion per annum, said Dr. . . . → Read More: Pakistan: Tourism for national development