国庆节,你都上哪儿玩儿了?

国庆节,你都上哪儿玩儿了?

2017-10-09    13'14''

主播: 英语直播间

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Topic1: Tourism booming during China's National Day holiday (by LNJ)   Official data shows tourism has been booming in China during the National Day holiday, benefiting the economy of China and many other countries. The National Day holiday saw a surge in tourist revenue along with passenger flows. This year the holiday was extended by one day as the Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Cake Festival, fell on Oct.4. The China National Tourism Administration (CNTA) said, a total of 705 million tourists traveled around the country during the holiday, generating about 584 billion yuan (about 88 billion U.S. dollars) of revenue. The two figures represented increase of about 12 percent and 14 percent year on year respectively. Provinces with major scenic spots have seen rising numbers of tourists, with southwestern Guizhou having hosted over 46 million tourists who spent 30.5 billion yuan during the eight days, up 42 percent and 43.5 percent year on year respectively. Inner Mongolia in north China was visited by 106 million tourists who spent 8.3 billion yuan, up 24.5 percent and 38.3 percent respectively. Internationally, Russia was the most popular destination for Chinese tourists, followed by Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore and Malaysia, while Moscow was the most popular city, followed by St. Petersburg, Bangkok, Pattaya, and Singapore City. China's domestic tourism industry earned about 3.9 trillion yuan in 2016, and the country plans to raise tourism revenue to 7 trillion yuan by 2020. Talking points: 1. What did people spend their money on? -Most Chinese have chosen to indulge in food, cultural and rural tourism this year. Theme parks, museums and traditional culture streets have also seen an obvious growth in the number of visitors. 2. Busy traffic: - over 110 million trips by railway have been made since the holiday travel rush started on Sept. 28. - airports have seen a growing number of passengers, and highways have been burdened by more vehicles. 3. The nation will work to develop tourism into a major driver of economic transformation. By 2020, investment in tourism is expected to grow to 2 trillion yuan, and the sector will contribute more than 12 percent of GDP growth, according to a State Council five-year tourism plan (2016-2020). 4. How to better manage tourist sites so that it won't be so crowded? ************************