Wang Suqi, president of Total Travel International Travel Service in Beijing, said that the weakened Chinese yuan was hardly an issue. “I do not see any impact on travel because the Chinese are very rich. They will continue to travel and spend money,” Wang said. Tony Li, managing director of Beijing-based Deluxe MICE Tour and Luxury Travel, shares the same observation: “There are many first-time travellers in China and they are all eager to see the world. Their concern isn’t about the cost because they can afford it, rather they are worried about the safety and security of the destination.” Get the full story at TTG Asia