How to help China’s poor with travel tips and other relief
China’s poverty rate is on the rise, and the government is working to combat it by creating an international travel program.
It wants to encourage more international travel by making it easier to get visas for overseas trips and to reduce the number of international visitors from China.
A new travel advice website, Travel Aid, aims to do just that, and it’s been launched on the Chinese social network WeChat.
The website is the brainchild of two friends from Shanghai who met while working as students at Shanghai Normal University.
Their idea for the site came from the idea that a Chinese student could learn more about the country’s problems while on vacation.
“We thought, if there are so many Chinese students on vacation, it would be nice if there was a way to help them make better decisions,” Zhang said.
The pair decided to launch Travel Aid in October after studying at a local university in Beijing and they received the first round of funding from the government of the Chinese Communist Party.
They are currently in the process of creating an advisory board of experts to help the government improve the countrys travel policies.
“The first advisory board members are from our university,” Zhang told me.
“They’re mainly from the travel industry.
We are also looking for help from the local tourism industry to build the advisory board.”
To make Travel Aid more useful to the Chinese public, Zhang and the rest of the team have added an additional section to the site, “Chinese travel advice.”
The site includes recommendations for travelers to check out the latest travel news, travel destinations and information on China’s upcoming events.
For example, TravelAid lists the top travel destinations in the world and offers recommendations on where to stay, as well as how to buy tickets for those destinations.
The site also offers tips on how to avoid scams and scams are being reported on the site.
To give the site more reach, Zhang said they are adding a “tips and tricks” section.
Travel Aid currently has 2,600 members.
Zhang said that they hope to add up to 5,000 members before the end of the year.
The Travel Aid team hopes to add 10,000 people to the advisory boards.
TravelAid has also launched a Twitter account, @travelaid, where they are also accepting suggestions and comments on the website.
As for the team’s travel advice, Zhang told us that they are “doing everything we can to improve our product, but at the end we are all professionals.”
He added that he thinks Travel Aid will be a “great tool” for helping Chinese people in their travels.
“Chinese people are very busy, and when they are travelling, they are very stressed,” Zhang added.
“So I think we have a responsibility to offer a good travel advice for Chinese people.
Travel is a very important topic for Chinese citizens.
We think that the Travel Aid is a good tool to help Chinese people.”
Travel Aid has also expanded its travel programs to include more international trips.
“It will help us reach the next level,” Zhang concluded.
“If there are Chinese people visiting other countries, then it will be more useful for us to offer the Chinese travel advice that we know people are looking for.”
This story has been updated to include the names of the two students involved in the creation of the site and the names and email addresses of their universities.