VizEat, an Airbnb-style platform that connects travellers with local hosts offering home-cooked meals, looks set to reach more Chinese customers through a partnership with smartphone giant Huawei.
Chinese car-hailing services provider Didi Chuxing aims to expand in Japan as it tries to launch online car-hailing services in Tokyo in 2018, Japanese publication nikkei.com reported on Monday.
Six Flags Entertainment Corp. just announced three new parks for 2020 in China, on top of four it already has in the works.
China’s chauffeured car service provider UCAR announced its plan to buy 318 million shares of CAR Inc., a provider of car rental services, for HK$ 2.262 billion (RMB 1.917 billion).
Customised travel services are seeing a surge in popularity, forcing China’s travel agencies to place emphasis on the quality of travel itineraries to retain customers, according to a Hurun Report.
China’s ride-booking App Shouqi Limousine & Chauffeur has secured RMB 600 million from a subsidiary of China Oceanwide Holdings Group, which now holds a 11.67% stake in the company.
Two Chinese bike-sharing startups have announced their merger – the first in China to do so – signalling new competition to unicorns Mobike and Ofo, the two market leaders.
China's high-speed rail has carried 7 billion passengers since the Beijing-Tianjin high-speed rail service was inaugurated in 2008. The traffic volume has been growing at an annual rate of over 35%.
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