While China is littered with the virtual carcasses of startups that attempted to do business in the country and then gave up or were shut out. This hasn’t stopped Airbnb from doubling down on its own strategy to broaden its stake in the travel industry in the world’s most populous country. Airbnb China is one of the four businesses Airbnb has prioritized (along with its core “homes” business, its activities-driven “experiences” business, and its push into luxury rentals). Partly, this is because of the country’s size. Consider that China has more millennials than the United States has citizens, and many are traveling for the first time, so their ideas and habits about where and how to travel haven’t been fully formed. Get the full story at Wired