•  PopupDesign_2013

    Did you know 31% of the travelers make destination research and selection 3-5 months before their vacation

    Access the CNTO Tourism Research Reports

China at the New York Times Travel Show

The China National Tourist Office (CNTO) exhibited at the 2014 New York Times Travel Show, which was held February 28 through March 2 and featured more than 350 exhibitors, travel experts and more at the Javits Center. China was highlighted at the Asia Pavilion of the exhibit hall, with representatives from many tour operators including Wendy Wu Tours; Pacific Delight Tours; Access China Tours; Victoria Cruises, Inc.; President Cruises; Ritz Tour; Champion Holidays; China & Asia Travel Service; Chinatour.com and China Travel Service (U.S.A.) Inc., as well as airlines including Air China; China Eastern Airlines; and Sichuan Airlines.

In addition to the many travel companies representing China, the Consul General of China in New York, Sun Guoxiang, visited the China exhibition booth on Friday, February 28. The CNTO booth, which featured an “Ancient Treasures, Modern Wonders” theme, presented visitors to the booth with information about China’s incredible historic offerings as well as its vibrant modern culture.

While Beijing, Shanghai and Xi’an are some of the more well-known cities in China, other Chinese cities, such as Chongqing, Chengdu, Shenyang and Dalian, were also highlighted in the China booth for North American consumers and trade professionals to discover. The CNTO booth was an exciting location within the 2014 New York Times Show, not only for the vibrant images of China and experienced travel professionals, but also due to the dance performances and paper-cutting art that were displayed during the show.

Xue Yaping, Director of CNTO New York, hopes that events like the 2014 New York Times Show and other activities to promote China will bring additional North American visitors to the destination in 2014.

The Consul General of China in New York, Sun Guoxiang (center) visited CNTO’s booth at the New York Times Travel Show.

The Consul General of China in New York, Sun Guoxiang (center) visited CNTO’s booth at the New York Times Travel Show.

Back to China News >

China in the News Archive >

News


  • 07/02/2015 China International Travel Mart 2015 Exhibitor Registration Open...Read More
  • 07/02/2015 China’s High-Speed Railway Continues Development, Improving Transit...Read More
  • 07/02/2015 Great Wall in Need of Additional Protection and Visitor Education...Read More
  • 07/02/2015 Taiwan Residents No Longer Need Visa-like Permit to Enter Mainland...Read More
  • 07/02/2015 Hilton Garden Inn Opens in North China...Read More
  • 06/26/2015 USA Today Names China to “Hottest Destinations for Summer 2015” List...Read More
  • 06/26/2015 Massive Permanent China Exhibition Opens at Chicago’s Field Museum...Read More
  • 06/26/2015 Tianjin Joins 14 Chinese Cities in Offering 72-hour Transit Visa Policy...Read More
  • 06/26/2015 New Hotels Continue to Debut throughout China...Read More
  • 06/22/2015 Beijing’s Forecast Looks Clear and Bright...Read More
China in the News Archives