Xiaohongshu, also known as Little Red Book or RED, is arguably the most important social media platform for Chinese travel in the post-pandemic era. In our June webinar, get to know how it works and how to maximize engagement for your account.
The post-pandemic recovery of the Chinese outbound tourism market has only just begun. What do you need to know about marketing strategies, changing consumer demands, and the top challenges to recovery?
Dragon Trail’s Chinese Tourism Recovery To-Do List is an essential starting point for destinations and brands to check they’re ready to reengage with the world’s largest tourism source market, starting with an inventory of digital assets.
Chinese New Year is a peak season for marketing and social media use in China. Let's take a look at a few Chinese New Year campaigns and activities from 2023, with design and promotion by Dragon Trail International.
The long-awaited recovery of the Chinese outbound tourism market has already begun. Dragon Trail's CEO and co-founder George Cao shares his recommendations and insights for travel brands to get their marketing right during this important period.
Dragon Trail is now offering high-tech filming and broadcasting services in Beijing at Dragon Trail Studios. The new facility expands our production capabilities for virtual and hybrid events, with state-of-the-art design, event management, and online distribution.
On 21 September, the 2022 TMW Awards recognized travel brands from around the world for outstanding global travel marketing teams and creative campaigns, in a hybrid ceremony held in Beijing and online.
We spoke with the World Travel and Tourism Council’s Regional Director for Asia, Sarah Wang, about how to connect with a Chinese audience, top trends in travel and marketing, and which Chinese demographic will be first to travel internationally.
International hotel brands in China must embrace localization, making strategic choices about marketing, partnerships, and even amenities and design to best suit their target audiences. How are these five hotel brands successfully localizing for the Chinese market?
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