What’s Driving Chinese Wanderlust during the Lunar New Year?
Chinese wanderlust will be alive during the Spring Festival as 6.5 million people are expected to travel overseas instead of going home to spend their Lunar New Year with nosy relatives.
Although it’s still a fraction of those choosing to go home, the trend has been growing, according to data from China’s largest online travel services provider, Ctrip.com International Ltd.
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