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China’s travel industry ‘paralysed’ by coronavirus sees tour guides turn to live streaming

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]As a train whizzed through a residential building at Liziba Metro Station in the southwestern Chinese city of Chongqing last week, local tour guide Xiong was there to live-stream the awe-inspiring engineering feat as part of a virtual tour on Douyin, China’s Tiktok.The station has become popular with tourists who before the coronavirus pandemic would line up to gawk at the train passing through a gap between the sixth and eighth floor of the 19-story block of flats.After explaining the history…

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As a train whizzed through a residential building at Liziba Metro Station in the southwestern Chinese city of Chongqing last week, local tour guide Xiong was there to live-stream the awe-inspiring engineering feat as part of a virtual tour on Douyin, China’s Tiktok.The station has become popular with tourists who before the coronavirus pandemic would line up to gawk at the train passing through a gap between the sixth and eighth floor of the 19-story block of flats.After explaining the history…

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