Winning the Chinese Tourist & China Tourism Blacklist

Winning The Future Chinese Tourist

The AGB Webinar hears from Professor Wolfgang Arlt of COTRI, Shirley Tam of Okada Manila and Desmond Lam of UMAC to discuss future expectations of the Chinese tourist and the impact of the “China Tourism Blacklist.”

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