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China’s duty-free shoppers rush to tropical Hainan as Hong Kong and Seoul off travel list

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Chinese tourists who traditionally rush to duty-free outlets in South Korea or Hong Kong for holiday shopping are being lured to southern China’s island province of Hainan this year as the coronavirus continues ravaging most of the world.Long queues are a common sight at shopping malls such as the Haitang Bay Duty Free Shopping Complex in Sanya city, photos and videos posted on social media show. For the first five days of the eight-day “golden week” holiday that lasts from October 1-8 this…

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Chinese tourists who traditionally rush to duty-free outlets in South Korea or Hong Kong for holiday shopping are being lured to southern China’s island province of Hainan this year as the coronavirus continues ravaging most of the world.Long queues are a common sight at shopping malls such as the Haitang Bay Duty Free Shopping Complex in Sanya city, photos and videos posted on social media show. For the first five days of the eight-day “golden week” holiday that lasts from October 1-8 this…

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