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Australian government to spend millions attracting Chinese tourists
Australia will spend more than $5 million advertising to young Chinese urbanites to persuade them regional Australia isn't dangerous and they should come despite the lack of free WiFi.
 
China is Australia's biggest source of tourists and international students but there were fears last year these two important export industries could be damaged amid tension in diplomatic relations.
 
Chinese tourists are worth A$11.5 billion ($11.95b) a year to the economy.
 
A major tourism advertising campaign on billboards and metro stations in Chinese cities begins this week with colourful imagery of Australia's natural scenery – plus a crocodile – and the slogan "Too Australian for words".
 
  Source: Stuff

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