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2012 Year of Dragon from tour-Beijing.com

Friday, January 20th, 2012
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In two days we’ll say goodbye to the rabbit year of 2011 and enter the dragon year of 2012 which starts from Jan 23, 2012. Before turning to the new page to write our new history, we at tour-beijing.com (Beijing Xinhua Tours) look back at the passing year of 2011 with a light heart.
 
The year 2011 fell into a dormant period for China inbound travel market. China’s inbound travel for the first time stopped to grow since the year 2003 of SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) outbreak which had greatly affected tourism industry. The sluggish inoming travel market has been caused by several factors: 1) Turbulences in Middle East 2) Europe”s debt crisis 3) America”s slow economic recovery, which have resulted in the declining market for China incoming travel in the passing year.
 
No matter a market is good or not, some companies will make better or worse business and management performances. Some enterprises still go to bankruptcy even a market is generally very good; some will survive and develop very well even if a market is not good. So what is important is not only the market itself, but how to do it, the mode of business matters! You cannot change the global market as a whole, but you can still do something to make the market a better place to develop your companies.
 
In 2011 Tour-beijing.com made great efforts to build a micro climate to cultivate the internet market by adding more useful information and put online more value added tour packages. We did received very positive response from our valuable clients. Our travel business has acheived over 10% increase over the year 2010.
 
The prediction for the coming year of 2012 is not promising with these three major factors beiing still there slowing the recovery of global travel industry. We will not stop our marching steps sticking to the motto “Creativity is the engine of each market”. We’ll make more helpful China travel information and create more marketable tour packages that could give more valuable experiences for our clients.
 
 
At the door of ushering the new year of 2012, Beijing Xinhua Intermatonal Tours sincerely hope our old and new clients will be in good shape and make progrees on your owm work.
 
 
Let’s grow together! 
 
Each staff member gets a toy of dragon for good luck for the year 2012 

Each staff member gets a toy of dragon for good luck for the year 2012

 
Each staff member gets a toy of dragon for good luck for the year 2012 (2)
 

Each staff member gets a toy of dragon for good luck for the year 2012 (2)

2011 Beijing Xinhua International Tours Head Office Gala Dinner

Friday, January 20th, 2012
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Today, Jan 19, 2012 Beijing Xinhua International Tours Head Office holds its annual gala dinner to celebrate the past year 2011. As one of the oldeast travel agencies based in Beijing, Beijing Xinhua Tours has survived many twists and turns along its 23 years’s path.
 
In the year 2011 Beijing Xinhua has made steady progress with yearly business income totalling RMB270,000,000. It has now 170 employees that comprise 16 operating units. For incoming travel, it has received over 20,000 oversea tourists; for outbound travel, it has orgainzed over 5,000 Chinese travelers going abroad.
 
Apart from traditional travel service (in and out), Beijing Xinhua has been very successful in operating the high-end market – Meeting and Incentive travel. it has strong ties with several international companies like Philips, Legend, Legend…
 
The process of the new year gala dinner is quite simple with old routine – Lottery and Dining. We have prepared lottery prizes for tonight worth RMB25,000, including electric hair dryers, beard trimmers, humidifiers, Samsum digital cameras and 41 inch flat screen tv.
 
 
Prizes are piled up on the stage

Prizes are piled up on the stage

 
 
Ms Wei Wei wishes everybody tonight to win a prize.

Ms Wei Wei wish everybody tonight to win a prize

 
 
Mr.Xing Lu, duty general manager gives a opening speech. 

Mr.Xing Lu, duty general manager gives a opening speech.

 
Mr. Wu, the host for tonight interacting Beijing Xinhua staff.

Mr. Wu, the host for tonight interacting Beijing Xinhua staff.

 
 
A table of dishes, over RMB 120 per person

A table of dishes, over RMB 120 per person

 
 
Vivi Tong has won a hair dryer

Vivi Tong has won a hair dryer

 
 
Ms Li Xuan has won a beard trimmer, but I don’t think she needs it.

Ms Li Xuan has won a beard trimmer, but I don't think she needs it.

 
 
Mr.Shiyi is singing a song to entertain us.
 

Mr.Shiyi is singing a song to entertain us.

Chinese Paper Cuts for Window Decoration

Saturday, January 14th, 2012
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Chinese Lunar New Year (popularly known as Chinese Spring Festival) 2012 is around the corner, which falls on a 7-day holiday Jan 22 – 29, 2012. One way to jazz the festive atmosphere, is to stick paper cuts to windows. Chinese paper cutting decorates windows, are also colloquially called “Chuang Hua”, literally meaning”Window Flowers”.
 
Paper cuts crafters cut paper with scissors or knife. Paper cutting reflects many aspects life such happiness, prosperity, health or harvet and with more designs and characters in different styles. Most of the papercuts form a symmetrical design.
 
Every year we at www.tour-beijing.com would purchase some paper cuts to decorate the windowns in our office. Beside window  cutting, new year pendants and couplets are also
used to decorate our office.
 
The paper cut is stuck to the window in my office with a backdrop of the surounding area. The Chinese characters mean “First Fortune under the world” with two symmetrical dsign of dragons and fish.
 

The paper cut is stuck to the window in my office with a backdrop of the surounding area

New Year’ pendents with good wishes.  

New Year' pendents with good wishes.

The door couplets are attached to the two sides by the door and one above the door.

The door couplets are attached to the two sides by the door and one above the door.