Southeast Asia feels the burn as virus keeps Chinese tourists at home

16.2.2020

Southeast Asia feels the burn as virus keeps Chinese tourists at home



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😢i feel it, burnt a hole in my pocket cos majority biz owners taking advantage of current climate, mark up its paper products which ive been buying weekly for 8 consecutive yrs😪

Southeast Asia feels the burn as virus keeps Chinese tourists at homeElephant parks unvisited, curios at markets unsold as tuk-tuks sit idle: Southeast Asia is facing billions of dollars in losses from a collapse in Chinese tourism since the outbreak of a deadly new coronavirus. From Luang Prabang in northern Laos to Pattaya in Thailand, Hoi An in Vietnam and the Cambodian

China toll leaps past 1,600 as first death reported outside AsiaThe death toll from the new coronavirus outbreak surpassed 1,600 in China on Sunday, with the first fatality reported outside Asia fuelling global concerns. More than 68,000 people have now been infected in China from a virus that emerged in central Hubei province in December before spreading across govsingapore : don't wear mask! chinesePneumonia

First coronavirus death outside Asia as China toll leaps past 1,500The death toll from the new coronavirus outbreak jumped past 1,500 in China on Saturday as France reported the first fatality outside Asia, fuelling global concerns about the epidemic. More than 66,000 people have now been infected in China from a virus that emerged in central Hubei province in December

Coronavirus: Asia firms with China staff coping despite travel curbsVietnam Lee & Man Paper Manufacturing, which makes packaging paper in the south of the country, gave an extended break this year to 16 Chinese employees who had returned home for the recent Chinese New Year holiday.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Southeast Asia feels the burn as virus keeps Chinese tourists at homeElephant parks unvisited, curios at markets unsold as tuk-tuks sit idle: Southeast Asia is facing billions of dollars in losses from a collapse in Chinese tourism since the outbreak of a deadly new coronavirus. From Luang Prabang in northern Laos to Pattaya in Thailand, Hoi An in Vietnam and the Cambodian

Coronavirus: South-east Asia's elephant parks deserted, tuk-tuks idle as China tourists stay homeLUANG PRABANG, LAOS (AFP) - Elephant parks unvisited, curios at markets unsold as tuk-tuks sit idle: South-east Asia is facing billions of dollars in losses from a collapse in Chinese tourism since the outbreak of a deadly new coronavirus.. Read more at straitstimes.com.



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