China’s tourism industry is thriving in a country that still has a lot of infrastructure and is still very poor.
Photo: Reuters The country is the world’s third-largest market for tourism, accounting for more than $1.9 trillion in revenue last year.
The Chinese are also the world the biggest exporter of holidaymakers, with nearly 30 million tourists visiting them in 2014.
Tourism in India is on the rise, with a number of Chinese cities now attracting millions of tourists annually.
China has become a major global destination for Chinese tourists in recent years, thanks to a combination of high quality infrastructure and a vibrant tourism industry.
A Chinese tourist is seen arriving at a hotel in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, July 12, 2018.
Tourists from Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore, meanwhile, are flocking to India to see the beautiful sights, enjoy the cultural experiences and enjoy their own cultural traditions.
But for many in India, the biggest draw is a Chinese-speaking minority, which has grown rapidly in recent decades.
China is the largest Chinese-language minority in the world, with around 200 million people speaking Chinese.
According to official statistics, they make up roughly 3.6% of the population.
The largest Chinese minority is in Hong Kong (4.2%), followed by Taiwan (3.3%) and mainland China (2.7%).
In the first half of 2018, there were 1.2 million Chinese tourists visiting India, up from 1.1 million in the first quarter of 2019.
The majority of those Chinese tourists are Chinese citizens, with some 30 million living in the country.
Chinese officials say Chinese are now more than three times the number of foreign tourists visiting the country in the past decade.
In 2017, the number was about 500,000, and the number in 2018 is about 700,000.
But the number is still a minority in a predominantly Chinese country.
India’s Chinese minority has increased significantly in recent times, with its total population nearly doubling between 2004 and 2014.
It has increased to a record high of 1.24 million people in the 2017 census.
China’s official census figures show that China’s Chinese-Chinese population increased from 2.6 million in 2003 to 4.4 million in 2014, the latest year for which data is available.
China’s growth in Chinese-origin people has not been as rapid as in other major Asian countries, but there has been a substantial increase in China’s overall population.
According to official figures, the country’s Chinese population is expected to reach 5.7 million by 2035.
It is not just India that has experienced a significant increase in Chinese Chinese in recent months.
According the Chinese government, the total number of migrant workers from mainland China has increased by nearly 40% since 2014.
More than 40% of migrant laborers in the mainland have been Chinese for at least five years, compared to around 5% in 2014 according to a recent study by the Hong Kong-based Centre for Policy Research and Development.
“This is a very significant development in terms of the number and size of the migrant workforce,” said Nandini Rao, a Hong Kong based scholar at the Institute of Public Policy Studies.
“The number of migrants has been growing steadily for quite a while now, so it is very encouraging.”