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  1. News - Hong Kong - TOURISM

    'Improvements' to Hong Kong multi-entry permits eyed, Greg So says after Beijing talks

    Posted Jun 24th 2014, 04:25am by Emily Tsang and Phoenix Kwong

    ... numbers could reach 100 million by 2023, a big majority of them from the mainland. Rising visitor numbers have led to protests in Hong Kong about overcrowding on the streets and public transport ...

  2. Business - Economy - TOURISM

    Channel mainland tourism, don’t shut it off

    Posted Jun 18th 2014, 11:31am by DAVID DODWELL

    ... manifestation of this- and this boom is just in its infancy. Our challenge is not to build a wall against it but to channel it as fluently as we can. For a measure of the sheer scale of the tourism ...

  3. News - China Insider - TOURISM

    Great Wall pancake vendor quadruples prices for foreign customers

    Posted Nov 15th 2013, 03:35pm by Olivia Rosenman

    ... Olivia Rosenman olivia.rosenman@scmp.com Twitter: @olivesophierose A pancake vendor on the Great Wall has been caught inflating prices for foreigners to more than four times the price ... spot on the Great Wall. When one of the Germans ordered a pancake from a small stall, Lin was shocked when the vendor asked for 65 yuan (HK$83). The pancake, called a jiânbǐng (煎饼), ...

  4. News - China Insider - TOURISM

    Hongkongers clash with mainland parents after toddler urinates in Mong Kok street

    Posted Apr 22nd 2014, 05:41pm by Chris Luo

    ... Chris Luo chris.luo@scmp.com Couple arrested on suspicion of theft and assault A dispute between mainland Chinese tourists and locals over a toddler urinating in a Hong Kong street has ... couple, carrying their two-year old boy, locked in a fierce quarrel with two local Hong Kong young men, as one of whom took photos of the scene at Sai Yeung Choi Street South in Mong Kok. Watch ...

  5. News - Hong Kong - TOURISM

    First drop in number of mainland visitors to Tuen Ng festival in three years

    Posted Jun 06th 2014, 04:06am by Amy Nip and Jessie Lau

    ... overcrowding problem, he said. However, he added that the city needed "balanced development", asking: "Is it healthy for 80 per cent of shops on the street to be jewellery chains?" ...

  6. News - Hong Kong - TOURISM

    Travel firms urged to embrace smartphones to hold off mainland rival

    Posted Jun 06th 2014, 06:21pm by NG KANG-CHUNG

    ... and gloom for high street travel agents. “Many traditional travel agencies have their bricks-and-mortar stores in residential areas and transportation hubs. Many consumers still find it convenient ...

  7. News - Hong Kong - TOURISM

    Think tank tells Beijing number of mainlanders visiting Hong Kong could be cut

    Posted May 29th 2014, 06:57pm by Gary Cheung

    ... to the streets on July 1, 2003 to oppose a national security law that critics said would have limited people's freedom. The scale of the protest caught the Hong Kong and central governments off ...

  8. News - China Insider - TOURISM

    6,000 guests and 70 flights: 'Biggest Chinese tour group to US' touches down

    Posted May 26th 2014, 11:55am by Andrea Chen

    ... where a couple got arrested for letting their child urinate on a busy street. Aware of potential frictions between the world’s first and second-most disliked tourists, CITS has come prepared. ...

  9. News - Hong Kong - TOURISM

    How to behave in Hong Kong: Xinhua publishes tip list for mainlanders

    Posted May 10th 2014, 02:59am by Jennifer Ngo

    ... their toddler to relieve himself in a busy Mong Kok street. Xinhua listed six dos and six don'ts for those coming to Hong Kong, including warnings against overzealous bargaining and spitting. ...

  10. Business - China Business - TOURISM

    Taiwan emerges as new playground for mainland China tourists

    Posted May 05th 2014, 05:38am by Victoria Ruan

    ... Kong people want controls to slow the inflow. An incident sparked by a mainland child urinating on a Mong Kok street last month was seen by many as a sign of growing anger at mainland tourists. ...




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