Chinese travelers are relatively inexperienced with overseas trips, but thanks to decades of increasing prosperity, along with the recent easing of visa restrictions, they are making up for lost time. If recent adverse economic events have Mainland households protecting their savings, overseas travel does not seem to be the first budget item to be trimmed, according to a new report from travel industry research authority, Phocuswright. Chinese travelers spent US$205.7 billion, or ¥1.3 trillion, on outbound trips in 2015. China Unbounded: The Rapid Rise of China's Outbound Millions is a first-of-its-kind look at Chinese travelers' shopping habits and travel preferences, based on a recent Phocuswright survey of more than 3,000 who took outbound trips in 2015. As they explore further from home, mobile has quickly become the platform of choice, thanks to the country's well-developed travel m-commerce marketplace and to the influence of young, tech-savvy consumers. The steady growth of Chinese outbound travel is also bolstered by a rich digital environment of travel providers. These travelers are bringing their mobile-savvy habits with them when they search, shop and buy outbound travel products. Mobile is used widely, regardless of the distance traveled and whether trips are booked piecemeal or as a package. Get the full story at Phocuswright