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A new age of Chinese travel

Chinese people look further afield to avoid holiday overcrowding

By Yuan Ren   June 2016

The Chinese national flag flies near a section of the Great Wall of China prepared to be lit by blue light to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the creation of the United Nations. The wall is a hugely popular tourist destination among the Chinese, says Yuan Ren ©Ng Han Guan/AP/Press Association Images

The Chinese national flag flies near a section of the Great Wall of China prepared to be lit by blue light to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the creation of the United Nations. The wall is a hugely popular tourist destination among the Chinese, says Yuan Ren ©Ng Han Guan/AP/Press Association Images The Chinese flag flies near the Great Wall of China, lit in blue to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the creation of the United Nations. The wall is a hugely popular tourist destination among the Chinese, and visits there during…

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