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China's relatively strong economy and its growing middle class means more Chinese citizens have money to travel and spend, according to tourism experts. The middle class in China numbered 247 million people in 2011, or 18% of the population, and is projected to grow to more than 600 million by 2020.
To bring it home to the United States, Chinese tourists spend an average of $2,932 per visit to California, compared with $1,883 for other overseas visitors, according to the latest statistics by the U.S. Office of Travel and Tourism Industries. A big chunk of their spending — about 33% — goes for gifts and souvenirs.
So, reaching this audience before they get to the United States can be a big priority for many brands and marketers. Given the internet firewalls, it can be near impossible to reach Chinese people in China. Facebook and Twitter are pretty much nonexistent; however there are in-country options to consider. We break it down for you.
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