China's tourism sector continued to show improvement during the Dragon Boat Festival, but analysts say the "revenge travel" that many have expected is unlikely as concerns over a resurgence of coronavirus infections persist.
During the holiday (June 25 - 27), Chinese tourist sites saw a total of 48.81 million visitors, which was about 50.9 per cent of the number seen in the same period last year, according to data released by the Ministry of Culture . . .
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