With the Lunar New Year holidays in China starting Monday, a busy period for retailers as Chinese tourists to Japan increase around this time of year, concern is spreading among retail businesses over a lowering of Chinese consumers’ desire to spend money this year due to the slowdown of Chinese economic growth and the recent strengthening of the yen.
It’s been said that walking the length of Ongpin Street in Binondo—from the Minor Basilica of St. Lorenzo Ruiz to the Sta. Cruz Church—takes just 10 minutes.
China’s transport authorities are busy getting ready for the Spring Festival travel rush starting Monday, with 3 billion trips expected to be made.
China is set to mark the Year of the Pig with a film starring “Peppa Pig,” the popular cartoon character that fell foul with its censors.
Spring Festival has become a golden week for global tourism, with Chinese travellers this year visiting at least 800 destinations in more than 70 countries and regions in Asia, North America, Europe and Australia during the seven-day break, according to a new report.
Let’s celebrate love these last few days of February! Apart from Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year, so many birthday celebrations and store openings filled my social calendar this month of hearts.
F1 Hotel Manila celebrates the Chinese New Year with the traditional Lion Dance as they welcome the Year of the Earth Dog last February 16,
In celebration of man’s best friend, here we round up how your furry friend could give your health a boost this Year of the Dog.
The Waterfront Manila Pavilion (formerly Manila Hilton) ushers in the Year of the Dog with a series of treats by chef Maurice Toh, who will recreate the well-loved dishes of chef Lee Yan Feng, the kitchen whiz of the hotel’s former Peony Garden Chinese restaurant.