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China’s domestic tourism industry on course for ‘orderly recovery’ as Ching Ming Festival boosts travel, box office revenues

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A three figure percentage increase in the number of trips undertaken in China during the recent three-day weekend points towards an “orderly recovery” of the domestics tourism industry, further underlining post-coronavirus recovery in the world’s second largest economy. The Ching Ming Festival, more widely known as Tomb-Sweeping Day, took place in China on Monday, and according to data from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, 102 million trips were recorded over the extended three-day weekend…

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A three figure percentage increase in the number of trips undertaken in China during the recent three-day weekend points towards an “orderly recovery” of the domestics tourism industry, further underlining post-coronavirus recovery in the world’s second largest economy. The Ching Ming Festival, more widely known as Tomb-Sweeping Day, took place in China on Monday, and according to data from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, 102 million trips were recorded over the extended three-day weekend…

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