Baidu-backed Chinese online travel agency Qunar sees mobile travel bookings as a crucial part of its strategy to keep grabbing market share and remain China's most-visited online travel website. Qunar - the name means "Where are you going?" in Chinese - is 61% owned by Baidu (BIDU), China's No. 1 search engine. Jenna Qian, deputy general manager of Beijing-based Qunar Cayman Islands (QUNR), told IBD that Qunar, which raised $167 million in a Nasdaq IPO on Nov. 1, wants to provide China's most comprehensive product so consumers can do both search and bookings "at their fingertips." Qian says that, as in the U.S., China's travel bookings are migrating from PCs to mobile devices. Get the full story at Investor's Business Daily