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In the wake of the pandemic’s impact on global tourism, Southeast Asian nations Cambodia and Myanmar have embarked on initiatives to woo back Chinese travelers, a key demographic for their tourism industry. However, despite their strong diplomatic ties to China, these countries face uphill battles due to reputations tainted by crime and safety concerns. Striving for Chinese Traveler Engagement On August 4, Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism unveiled “China Ready,” a comprehensive program targeting seven facets of the tourism industry. This initiative aims to enhance Chinese-language services across categories such as hotels, restaurants, travel guidance, resorts, and souvenir shops. The overarching objective is to ensure that frontline service personnel can converse in Mandarin and offer standardized services to Chinese visitors. Collaborative Efforts: China-Cambodia Partnership This program is part of a larger collaborative endeavor between China and Cambodia. The two nations initiated efforts to increase Chinese tourism earlier this year, including plans…

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