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ลงทะเบียนเข้าร่วมกิจกรรมประชาสัมพันธ์การท่องเที่ยวขาเข้าแห่งประเทศจีน “วันท่องเที่ยวจีน”

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UNESCO ประกาศขึ้นทะเบียน การแปรรูปชาแบบดั้งเดิม

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สัมมนาออนไลน์เรื่องการจัดตั้งศูนย์วัฒนธรรมไทยในประเทศจีน

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นักศึกษาและนักวิชาการชาวจีนในประเทศไทยและในประเทศจีนร่วมกันจัดคอนเสิร์ตออนไลน์ ฉลองครบรอบ 100 ปีการก่อตั้งพรรคคอมมิวนิสต์จีน

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วิดีโอการแลกเปลี่ยนวัฒนธรรมจีน-ไทยเป็นที่นิยมกันอย่างแพร่หลาย

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ชาวจีนมาเลย์บริจาคหนังสือให้ศูนย์วัฒนธรรมจีนฯ

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ประชาชาติธุรกิจรายงานวันที่ 1 พ.ค.64: “ดีอีเอส” นำทีม NT-หัวเว่ย เร่งติดตั้งระบบสื่อสาร โรงพยาบาลสู้โควิด

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ซิโนแวค จากจีน 500,000 โดส เตรียมส่งถึงไทย รัฐบาลจีนบริจาคให้ฟรี ๆ

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ผลวิจัยอินโดฯชี้ ‘วัคซีนซิโนแวค’ ป้องกันโควิดได้ 94%

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‘ประชากรจีน’ จะอยู่ในระดับสูงกว่า 1.4 พันล้านคนในอนาคต

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แชร์ประสบการณ์การเรียนวิชา “กู่เจิง”

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ระบำพื้นเมืองตัวตี๋ของอำเภอโจวฉวี่

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ศิลปะการต่อสู้สำนักคงถง

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การแกะสลักน้ำเต้า

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อนามัยโลกรับรองวัคซีนต้านโควิด ‘ซิโนฟาร์ม’

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สุขสันต์วันแม่

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นายกฯ เปิดงาน “Hainan Expo” กำชับความร่วมมือเศรษฐกิจไทย-จีน พร้อมชื่นชมจัดการโควิด-19 อย่างมีประสิทธิภาพ

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ผลงานนักเรียนคนเก่งกับกิจกรรม “แชร์ประสบการณ์ในการเรียนกับศูนย์วัฒนธรรมจีนฯ”

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ตัวอย่างผลงานที่ส่งเข้าร่วมกิจกรรม “รักการอ่าน ชิงเงินรางวัล”

  • ห้องจัดนิทรรศการ

กิจกรรมและประชาสัมพันธ์

  • การเขียนพู่กันจีน
  • การปรุงอาหาร

การท่องเที่ยว

ข่าวสารประเทศจีน.

  • ข้อมูลหนังสือ

ผู้อำนวยการศูนย์

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สำนักงานการท่องเที่ยวแห่งประเทศจีน ณ กรุงเทพฯ

กิจกรรม “คืนชีพโบราณวัตถุ-สัมผัสเรียนรู้วัฒนธรรมดั้งเดิมของพระราชวังกู้กง” จัดขึ้น ณ กรุงเทพฯ

กิจกรรม "คืนชีพโบราณวัตถุ-สัมผัสเรียนรู้วัฒนธรรมดั้งเดิมของพระราชวังกู้กง" จัดขึ้น ณ กรุงเทพฯ

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งานนิทรรศการ“จับจ้องมองจีน:ถอดรหัสยีนวัฒนธรรมดั้งเดิมที่ยอดเยี่ยมของจีน”จัดขึ้น ณ ศูนย์วัฒนธรรมแห่งประเทศจีน ณ กรุงเทพฯ

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กระทรวงวัฒนธรรมและจุฬาลงกรณ์มหาวิทยาลัย จัดสัมมนาออนไลน์เรื่องการจัดตั้งศูนย์วัฒนธรรมไทยในประเทศจีน

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ศูนย์วัฒนธรรมแห่งประเทศจีน ณ กรุงเทพฯ ประกาศรับสมัครเรียนรูปแบบออนไซต์ (on site), ประกาศรับสมัครเรียนคอร์สกู่เจิงรูปแบบออนไซต์ (on site) , ประกาศรับสมัครเรียนคอร์สไทเก๊ก (มวยไท่จี๋) รูปแบบออนไซต์ (on site) , ประกาศรับสมัครเรียนคอร์สภาษาจีนรูปแบบออนไซต์ (on site) .

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BANGKOK China National Tourism Administration opened a bureau in Bangkok, last week, the authority’s 22nd overseas office according China Radio Online.

Officials attending the opening ceremony said the two countries enjoy strong two-way travel.

The opening of the China National Tourism Office in Bangkok will also encourage more tourism exchange and provide support for projects linked to China’s “one belt, one road” policy.

In related news the Chinese news agency reported, 13 June, that the Yunnan Tourism Development Board plans to cooperate with Vietnam, Laos and Myanmar to develop tourism projects in the three countries.

The commitment by Yunnan provincial officials was made during a cross-border tourism cooperation meeting held during the China-Southeast Asia trade fair in Kunming.

Yunnan will cooperate with the three countries to facilitate cross-border travel for tourists. It will include support to develop basic facilities, public services and the opening of self-drive tourism.

One of the priority issues is to resolve security for tourists, mainly Chinese who want to drive to neighbouring countries.

With the exception of Laos, where Chinese cars are a common sight particularly in Luang Prabang province, there is virtually no self-drive travel from China to Myanmar and Vietnam.

The same applies to Thailand, which turned the tap off on what was a lucrative travel trend, through regulations that were designed to deter Chinese car owners. Authorities claimed there had been too many accidents.

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Thailand is a neighbor of China, and the friendship between the two countries has a long history. Many Thais like Chinese tourism culture very much. “China Tourism and Culture Week” was held in Thailand recently.

On September 8th, 2022, the opening ceremony of the promotion activity of "China Tourism and Culture Week" was held at the Chinese Cultural Center in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Chinese leaders in Thailand, as well as Thai government leaders and representatives from the tourism sector gathered here. The event aims to present a comprehensive and authentic image of China, and play a role in resuming the exchanges between China and Thailand after the pandemic.

Que Xiaohua, the director of Chinese Cultural Center in Bangkok said, “The purpose of holding the China Tourism and Culture Week is to publicize China's culture and tourism resources and attract more Thai people to visit China in the future, further boosting the tourism industry in China.”

At the ceremony, certificates were also presented to the selected "China Travel Enthusiast" and "China Tourism Promotion Envoy" in Thailand. Han Bing, a Thai Internet celebrity with more than 2 million followers won the title of "China Travel Enthusiast" in 2022. He expressed that the event allows more Thais to learn about the latest Chinese tourism resources and share their feelings about China.

Han Bing expressed, “I feel this is a very good opportunity. Because usually Thai people only know China is a good place to have fun, but they don’t know exactly what the interesting things and places in China are. Through this activity, they can learn about these specific aspects.”

The promotion activity included themes on intangible cultural heritage, poverty alleviation, rural revitalization, urban construction, as well as the culture of the Yellow River and Silk Road. The "China Tourism Course" online training was also officially launched at the opening ceremony, introducing the overview of Chinese tourism, theme tour routes, practical travel guides and other content for Chinese tourism insiders and travel agents.

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Introduction

The China Cultural Center in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, is the first of its kind established by China in Southeast Asia. The center is located on Wenhua Road, Hui Huang District, Bangkok, with the Thai National Culture Center on its right side. The center serves as a base to promote Chinese culture, a platform for cooperation and cultural exchanges, and a bridge of friendship between the two countries.

The center covers a total area of 8,222 square meters and a building area of 7,900 square meters. It is the largest cultural center built overseas by China. The overall construction of the center features a blend of Thai and Chinese classical architectural language, using both Chinese column beams and Thai temple styles.

The China Cultural Center in Bangkok is equipped with an exhibition hall, theatre, classroom, library and restaurant. All kinds of services will be provided for the local people to learn more about Chinese culture.

The exhibition hall is 3.8 meters high, covering an area of 288 square meters with a display area running 110 meters long; where exhibitions of calligraphy and painting, photography and objects of small and medium size are held.

The stage of the theatre is ten meters in depth, 20 meters in width and 4.8 meters in height, equipped with specialized stage lighting, sound and projection equipment. The theatre boasts 317 seats. Performances, movie showings and conferences are held at the theatre.

In the teaching and training area, a total of seven classrooms are available for members to take courses on Chinese language, calligraphy, painting, dance and music, martial arts and tea arts, as well as traditional Chinese medicine. Among classrooms, the dance studio covers 140 square meters; the other six rooms each cover 56 square meters.

The library covers an area of 470 square meters, with a capacity of 40,000 books. It is an open library where prints, multimedia readings and information services are provided.

Banquets and demonstrations of Chinese cuisine classes are held in the restaurant, which covers 95 square meters. The restaurant also has 14 VIP rooms.

The center also boasts an underground parking lot that can hold 40 automobiles. In addition, an open-air square of over 1,000 square meters is available for visitors and members to take part in outdoor activities and cultural exhibitions.

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On 27 June 2019, the One-Day Tourism Seminar on “China-Ready” was successfully held in Bangkok, Thailand. H.E. Mr. Chen Dehai, Secretary-General of ASEAN-China Centre (ACC),  H.E. Mr. Chote Trachu, Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Tourism and Sports of the Kingdom of Thailand (MoTS), Ms. Chang Yumeng, Cultural Counsellor of Chinese Embassy in Bangkok, Ms. Zhang Xinhong, Director of China National Tourist Office in Bangkok and around 110 participants of local tourism stakeholders, university teachers, immigration officers and provincial tourism staff attended the Seminar.

Cultural Counsellor Chang Yumeng delivered a speech congratulating on the convention of the event in Bangkok and briefed on the development of people-to-people exchanges between Thailand and China. She said that the Seminar co-organized by ACC and MoTS served well the needs of Thailand-China tourism  market and sustainable growth of the two-way tourist visits.

Secretary-General Chen Dehai thanked MoTS and the two academic partners of China, Beijing Union University (BUU) and Guilin Tourism University (GTU), for their contributions to the Seminar. He stated that Thailand and China enjoy cultural affinity and brotherly friendship, which is vividly reflected by “Jeen Thai Phee Nong Gan (Thailand and China are brothers)”. The all-round Thailand-China cooperation has delivered tangible benefits to the peoples of both sides. China is not only the largest source of inbound tourists for Thailand, but also has contributed the biggest sum of tourist expenditures in Thailand. This Seminar could bring concrete benefits to the tourism sector and help improve Thailand’ s global competitiveness and sustainable growth, he said.

On behalf of MoTS, Permanent Secretary Chote Trachu extended warm welcome to the ACC delegation and spoke highly of this Seminar which helps Thai tourism stakeholders better understand Chinese culture and the behaviors of Chinese tourists. As China is now the biggest source of inbound tourists for Thailand, he observed that Chinese tourists have a remarkable impact in the economy and tourism trend in Thailand. He thanked ACC for its efforts to improve the quality of tourism cooperation between the two countries, and truly believed that Chinese tourists would have wonderful experience traveling in Thailand because of the great relationship between the two countries.

The One-Day Tourism Seminar on “China-Ready” is one of the flagship projects of ACC conducted in the 10 ASEAN Member States. Experts from Beijing Union University and Guilin Tourism University gave four lectures focusing on Chinese culture, outbound travel trends, tourism product analysis, tourism quality services and new media marketing. How to take full advantage of the tourism resources and potentials of the country and how to guarantee the quality of tourism service through capacity building were among the hot topics discussed during the Seminar. On the same day, an awarding ceremony was also held, during which the 4 lecturers from BUU and GTU and the representatives of local participants were presented certificates by Secretary-General Chen Dehai and Ms. Jiraporn Prommaha, Director of International Affairs Division of MoTS.

During his stay in Thailand, Secretary-General Chen Dehai also exchanged views with H.E. Mr. Lyu Jian, Chinese Ambassador to Thailand on deepening cooperation in various fields between Thailand and China.

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Tel:0082-2-7730393

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Chinese outbound travel recovery lags due to costs, visa snags

PUBLISHED : 17 Jun 2024 at 09:18

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BEIJING/SHANGHAI: A recovery in Chinese overseas travel from the Covid-19 pandemic is fading as rising costs and difficulties in securing visas cement a preference for local and short-haul destinations.

The delay in a revival to pre-Covid levels by China's outbound travellers, the world's top spenders on international tourism and airlines, is hitting travel-related companies, hotels and retailers globally.

Eighteen months after China dropped strict zero-Covid policies and reopened its borders, the recovery in overseas travel is lagging behind market expectations and the shape of Chinese travel is changing, with a surge in domestic trips.

Pressured by a prolonged property crisis, high unemployment and a gloomy outlook in the world's second-biggest economy, Chinese consumers have become more frugal since the pandemic, prompting discount wars on everything from travel to cars, coffee and clothes.

Chinese people took 87 million trips abroad last year, down 40% from pre-Covid 2019, and industry observers say the pace has slowed since the Lunar New Year in February. China's travellers spent 24% less last year than in 2019, while US travellers' spending was up 14%, according to UN Tourism data.

The Chinese lag is bad news for countries like France, Australia and the United States, which were among the top destinations for Chinese travellers before the pandemic.

Liu Simin, vice president of the tourism branch of the China Society for Futures Studies research institute, forecasts China's international travel might not recover to pre-pandemic levels for another five years.

"The recovery is a lot slower than expected," Liu said. "The devaluation of the Chinese yuan combined with inflation in the US and Europe is a double blow."

The Chinese currency has fallen more than 2% against the dollar since the start of the year, raising costs in yuan terms for Chinese travellers abroad.

Consultancy Oliver Wyman last month pushed its estimates for China's international travel recovery to late 2025, half a year later than it forecast last year.

"I would actually argue that consumers are even more cost-conscious than last year, and you'll also see that feed into travel trends," said Imke Wouters, Hong Kong-based partner at Oliver Wyman.

To be sure, overseas travel is rebounding, with Chinese travellers again the world’s top spenders on international tourism last year after falling behind the United States in 2022, according to UN Tourism data.

This summer 8% of flights at Chinese airports have been international, up from just 1% in 2022, according to aviation data provider OAG.

Flip to domestic travel

That recovery, however, is overshadowed by the surge in domestic trips, which hit a record 295 million during the five-day May Day holiday, up more than 20% from 2019, official data showed.

Domestic airlines seats were up 16% in May from the same month in 2019, while international flights were down 30%, Cirium data shows.

Wouters at Oliver Wyman said 40% of those who travelled abroad in 2023 for the first time since borders reopened had decided not to travel internationally again this year, mainly due to inconvenience and long visa processing times for many European destinations.

Beijing resident Wang Shu, 38, vacationed domestically after cancelling a trip to France because he could not get a visa, despite trying to book a visa appointment months ahead.

"I tried booking the interview in late March, as I planned to attend the French Open tennis in late May, but the earliest date that I could book was June 19," Wang said.

Wang instead vacationed in Changsha, the capital of Hunan province, known for its spicy food.

"The food was great, I watched a concert and spent one-tenth of the money I'd have spent in France," he said.

Australia's top source of tourists before Covid, China is now number four, with arrivals down 53% in March from March 2019, said Margy Osmond, chief executive of Tourism & Transport Forum Australia.

Chinese travellers to France, the most visited country in the world, have reached only 28.5% of 2019 levels, according to airport operator ADP.

Capacity on US-China routes remains down more than 80% from 2019 levels, weighed by intensifying bilateral political tensions. The US National Travel and Tourism Office expects Chinese tourism to the US to recover fully only in 2026.

By contrast, countries with visa-free policies have received strong growth in Chinese visitors.

These include Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, where flight capacity has also increased.

Switzerland, growing in popularity with high-end travellers on Trip.com, boasts a seven-day visa process, said Jane Sun, CEO of Trip.com Group.

Japan has also received a surge in Chinese travellers this year, boosted by a plunge in the yen's value.

"We are not just seeing a market re-growing, we are seeing a market re-shaping," Gary Bowerman, director of tourism intelligence firm Check-In Asia, told an OAG webinar last month.

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Thailand’s former Prime Minister Thaksin is in trouble again as he’s indicted for royal defamation

FILE - Thailand's former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra arrives at Don Muang airport in Bangkok, Thailand, Aug. 22, 2023. Thai prosecutors said Thaksin was formally indicted Tuesday, June 18, 2024, on a charge of defaming Thailand's monarchy in one of several court cases that have unsteadied Thai politics. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit, File)

FILE - Thailand’s former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra arrives at Don Muang airport in Bangkok, Thailand, Aug. 22, 2023. Thai prosecutors said Thaksin was formally indicted Tuesday, June 18, 2024, on a charge of defaming Thailand’s monarchy in one of several court cases that have unsteadied Thai politics. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit, File)

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BANGKOK (AP) — Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra was indicted and arraigned Tuesday on a charge of defaming the country’s monarchy in one of several court cases that have rattled Thai politics. He was granted bail.

Thaksin is the unofficial power behind the party leading the government, Pheu Thai, despite being ousted from power in a coup 18 years ago.

He reported himself to prosecutors Tuesday morning and was indicted, Prayuth Bejraguna, a spokesperson for the Office of the Attorney General, said at a news conference.

Thaksin, 74, voluntarily returned to Thailand last year from self-imposed exile and served virtually all of his sentence on corruption-related charges in a hospital rather than prison on medical grounds . He was granted release on parole in February.

Since then, Thaksin has maintained a high profile, traveling the country making public appearances and political observations that could upset the powerful conservative establishment that was behind his 2006 ouster.

His removal from power had started a deep political polarization in Thailand. Thaksin’s opponents, who were generally staunch royalists, accused him of corruption, abuse of power and disrespecting then-King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died in 2016.

Participants wave flags celebrating equality in marriage at government house in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, June 18, 2024. Thailand's Senate voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to approve a marriage equality bill, clearing the last legislative hurdle for the country to become the first in Southeast Asia to enact such a law. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

Prosecution of the long-ago lese majeste case is seen by some analysts as a warning from Thaksin’s enemies that he should tone down his political activities.

Thaksin’s lawyer, Winyat Chatmontree, told reporters that Thaksin was ready to enter the judicial process. The Criminal Court, where Thakisin was arraigned after being indicted, said Thaksin’s bail release was approved with a bond of 500,000 baht ($13,000) under the condition that he cannot travel out of Thailand unless approved by court. His passport was confiscated.

The law on defaming the monarchy, an offense known as lese majeste, is punishable by three to 15 years in prison. It is among the harshest such laws globally and increasingly has been used in Thailand to punish government critics.

Winyat said his client is “not worried, and he’s always maintained that he hasn’t done anything wrong. He’s come here with full confidence in fighting his case.”

Thaksin was originally charged with lese majeste in 2016 for remarks he made a year earlier to journalists in South Korea. The case was not pursued at that time because he went into exile in 2008 to avoid punishment from cases he decried as political.

His case is just one of the several that have complicated Thai politics since the Pheu Thai government took office after the Senate — a conservative, military-appointed body — successfully blocked the progressive Move Forward party, which captured most votes, from taking power last year.

Move Forward is now facing dissolution after the Election Commission asked the Constitutional Court to rule whether it is guilty of attempting to overthrow the system of constitutional monarchy by campaigning to amend the lese majeste law.

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin, who is from Pheu Thai, meanwhile is being probed over his appointment of a Cabinet member who had been imprisoned for bribery. If found culpable, Srettha could be forced out of his position.

Thailand’s courts, especially the Constitutional Court, are considered bulwarks of the royalist establishment, which has used them and nominally independent state agencies such as the Election Commission to cripple political opponents.

The Constitutional Court on Tuesday held procedural hearings on both Move Forward’s and Srettha’s cases, scheduling further proceedings for July 3 in the former case and July 10 in the latter.

The court also ruled on Tuesday that the regulations guiding the partially completed, three-stage voting process to select a new Senate are legal.

The term of the current Senate, appointed by the junta that toppled a previous Pheu Thai government in 2014, expired last month, opening up an opportunity to make its membership more democratic.

Forty members of the interim Senate were behind the petition against Srettha, a move that is seen as favoring a pro-military political party in the coalition government.

The situation is a stark reminder of the challenges Pheu Thai faces from forming alliances with its old enemies , said Napon Jatusripitak, a political science researcher and visiting fellow at Singapore’s ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute. He said it also reflects “a highly lopsided balance of power between elected and unelected forces in Thailand.”

“Thai democracy is once again being held hostage by forces that are unaccountable to public interests,” he said.

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China’s Lust for Durian Is Creating Fortunes in Southeast Asia

Demand for the fruit, known for its rich taste and intense smell, has reshaped parts of Southeast Asia, where it has long been a staple.

Durian is to fruit what truffles are to mushrooms: Pound for pound, the fruit has become one of the most expensive on the planet. Credit... Gabriela Bhaskar for The New York Times

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Thomas Fuller and Gabriela Bhaskar reported from durian orchards in Malaysia and Thailand. Fuller has been writing about durian for more than two decades.

  • Published June 16, 2024 Updated June 17, 2024

Before he started a company 15 years ago selling the world’s smelliest fruit, Eric Chan had a well-paying job writing code for satellites and robots. His family and friends were puzzled when he made the career change.

The fruit, durian, has long been a cherished part of local cultures in Southeast Asia, where it is grown in abundance. A single durian is typically the size of a rugby ball and can emit an odor so powerful that it is banned from most hotels. When Mr. Chan began his start-up in his native Malaysia, durians were cheap and often sold from the back of trucks.

Then, China acquired a taste for durian in a very big way.

Last year, the value of durian exports from Southeast Asia to China was $6.7 billion, a twelvefold increase from $550 million in 2017. China buys virtually all of the world’s exported durians, according to United Nations data. The biggest exporting country by far is Thailand; Malaysia and Vietnam are the other top sellers.

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Demand for durians is transforming lives — and landscapes — in Southeast Asia.

Workers pick durian at a farm in Chanthaburi.

The fruit is often grown in plantations like this one, which is spread over 1,000 acres in the Malaysian state of Pahang.

Today, businesses are expanding rapidly — one Thai company is planning an initial public offering this year — and some durian farmers have become millionaires. Mr. Chan is one of them. Seven years ago, he sold a controlling share of his company, which specializes in producing durian paste for cookies, ice cream and even pizza, for the equivalent of $4.5 million, nearly 50 times his initial investment.

“Everybody has been making good money,” Mr. Chan said of the once-poor durian farmers in Raub, a small city 90 minutes from Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian capital. “They rebuilt their houses from wood to brick. And they can afford to send their children overseas for university.”

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“Everybody has been making good money,” Eric Chan said.

Farmers in Southeast Asian durian orchards say they can’t recall anything like the China craze.

The surge in durian exports is a measure of the power of Chinese consumers in the global economy, even though, by other measures, the mainland economy is struggling. When an increasingly wealthy country of 1.4 billion people gets a taste for something, entire regions of Asia are reshaped to meet the demand.

In Vietnam, state news media reported last month that farmers were cutting down coffee plants to make room for durian. The acreage of durian orchards in Thailand has doubled over the past decade. In Malaysia, jungles in the hills outside Raub are being razed and terraced to make way for plantations that will cater to China’s lust for the fruit.

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In Chanthaburi, Thailand, a small distribution center is brimming with durians.

Packing odd-shaped durians can be a game of Tetris.

Pickup trucks stuffed with the fruit clog the roads of Chanthaburi.

“I think durian will be the new economic boom for Malaysia,” said Mohamad Sabu, the country’s minister of agriculture.

With so much money at stake, the race to plant more trees has spawned tensions. Land disputes have broken out over durian orchards. Some roadside orchards are surrounded by coils of razor wire. “Thieves Will Be Prosecuted,” a sign outside an orchard in Raub said, with a drawing of handcuffs.

China is not only a buyer. Chinese investment has flowed into Thailand’s durian packing and logistics business. Already, Chinese interests control around 70 percent of the durian wholesale and logistics business, according to Aat Pisanwanich, a Thai expert in international trade. Thailand’s own wholesale durian companies could “disappear in the near future,” he said at a news conference in May.

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Durian is to fruit what truffles are to mushrooms: Pound for pound, the fruit has become one of the most expensive on the planet. Depending on the variety, a single durian can sell for anywhere between $10 to hundreds of dollars.

But Chinese demand, which has pushed up prices fifteenfold over the past decade, has frustrated Southeast Asian consumers, who see durians morphing from a plentiful fruit growing in the wild and in village orchards to a luxury commodity earmarked for export.

Countries are exporting a fruit that is an integral part of their identities and cultures, especially in Malaysia, where it is a unifying national icon among its many ethnic groups. “God gave us a desire for durian,” said Hishamuddin Rais, a Malaysian film director and political activist.

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Eating an entire durian, which for most people is too rich and filling to do alone, is often a social event in Southeast Asia. The act of opening a durian, which requires a very sharp knife or machete, feels festive and brings friends together the way that sharing a bottle of fine wine does in other cultures. Mr. Hishamuddin pointed out that a traditional expression declares it a tragedy if a Malay person doesn’t like durian. The fruit is even embedded in the country’s financial lexicon: The Malay word for a windfall is durian runtuh, a term that offers the joyous image of durians collapsing to the ground.

The China surge is reshaping the durian supply chain. It’s relatively easy to deliver the fruit in the back of a truck to regional destinations like Kuala Lumpur, Singapore or Bangkok. But shipping it to Guangzhou, Beijing and beyond, especially when the fruit is ripe and most flavorful, can be perilous. The fruit’s potent smell can resemble a gas leak.

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Some Chinese consumers have complained that durians are arriving unripe. Thai authorities have begun to crack down, requiring durian farmers to bring in samples of their fruit for inspection.

Durians are inspected to check their ripeness before they can be picked for export at Khao Khitchakut District Agricultural Extension Office.

A prematurely harvested durian can be as tasteless as a green banana.

One of many examples of durian-incited emergencies was in 2019, when a Boeing 767 passenger jet took off from Vancouver, British Columbia, with a shipment of durians in the cargo hold. According a report by Canadian regulators, the pilots and crew “noticed a strong odor throughout the aircraft” soon after takeoff. Fearing a problem with the plane, the pilots strapped on their oxygen masks and told air traffic controllers that they needed to land urgently. Once on the ground, the durian was discovered as the culprit of the foul smell.

Malaysia has tried to solve the transport problem by freezing the fruit before shipping. One of the pioneers of the process was Anna Teo, a former flight attendant who noticed on her travels that durian was not available overseas.

She quit her airline job and experimented with cryogenic freezing techniques in a rented warehouse, hauling her children to durian farms on weekends. She found that freezing not only mitigated the fruit’s odor but also prolonged its shelf life.

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Hernan, based in Malaysia, is a major producer and exporter of durian products.

Anna Teo, a former flight attendant, is the chief executive and founder of Hernan.

The mixture for durian pies is prepared.

Today, in a suburb of Kuala Lumpur, Ms. Teo oversees more than 200 employees at the company she founded, Hernan, which exports frozen durian as well as mochi and other durian products.

Thailand, by contrast, has been shipping fresh durian in refrigerated containers for many years. The Thai durian industry is centered in Chanthaburi Province, near the border with Cambodia. During peak harvest season, in May and June, heaping piles of durian are everywhere.

Around 1,000 shipping containers of durian leave packing houses throughout Chanthaburi every day, creating durian traffic jams that rival manic Bangkok intersections. Some containers are loaded onto what the Thai media calls the Durian Train, a cargo railway service that connects Thailand and China using tracks that China built for a high-speed rail.

Because the demand from China is so great, containers often return to Thailand empty — to be quickly reloaded with more China-bound durian.

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“Actually, just last night at 3 a.m., I had a durian,” Jiaoling Pan said.

Jiaoling Pan, the chief operating officer of Speed Inter Transport, a company based in Bangkok that uses American-made refrigerated containers to ship durian, said two-thirds of her containers came back empty.

At her packing house, durians are passed under a laser that etches a serial number onto the skin of each fruit. Retailers in China want the ability to trace any bad fruit back to its orchard.

Ms. Pan was born in Nanning, in southern China, and went to Thailand for college. She stayed after falling in love with durian, which she had never seen before. She compared her obsession with durian to an addiction.

“Actually, just last night at 3 a.m., I had a durian,” Ms. Pan said cheerfully in between calls from Chinese customers seeking empty shipping containers.

Around the corner from her business is 888 Platinum Fruits, a company that specializes in durian and is planning to list on the Thai stock exchange this year, a first for the durian industry.

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Workers pack durian late into the night in the rush to meet Chinese demand. The durians are also less likely to ripen too quickly — and emit more odor — in the cooler night temperatures.

Natakrit Eamskul is the chief executive of 888 Platinum Fruits.

At the 888 Platinum Fruits packing house in Thailand, workers are busy sorting durian, sending only the highest-quality ones to China.

Natakrit Eamskul, the chief executive of 888 Platinum Fruits, offered a measure of the industry’s growth in Chanthaburi: Two decades ago, the province had 10 durian packing houses — today there are 600.

Across Chanthaburi, the signs of durian wealth are everywhere: modern houses and new hospitals. A shopping mall, inaugurated two years ago, hosted a car show in April.

“When you’re from another province and you arrive here, you come to realize that durian farmers are very, very rich,” said Abhisit Meechai, a car dealer who, on a recent afternoon, was selling MG vehicles, the venerable British brand owned by SAIC Motor, a Chinese automaker.

“Never judge a book by its cover,” Mr. Abhisit said of his customers who are durian farmers. “They come with dirty clothes and dirty hands. But they pay for their cars with cash.”

Durian products on display at a store.

Poypiti Amatatham contributed reporting from Thailand. Li You contributed research from Shanghai.

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China keeps lending rate unchanged as data show housing market is still struggling

The Associated Press

June 17, 2024, 6:14 AM

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BANGKOK (AP) — China’s central bank kept a key lending rate unchanged on Monday, choosing not to loosen credit as data for May showed signs of persisting weakness in the world’s No. 2 economy’s manufacturing and real estate sectors.

The central bank kept its rate for 1-year medium-term lending facility loans, used as a benchmark for other lending rates, at 2.5%. The decision aligned with expectations: instead of cutting already low interest rates Beijing has focused on channeling spending to areas considered to be high priorities such as high-tech industries.

The government reported Monday that factory output fell 5.6% in May from the year before, slowing from 6.7% in April, though analysts noted some impact due to more work days in this year compared with the year before.

Property investments fell 10% year-on-year and home sales sank 30.5%, suggesting a raft of measures to try to turn around a real estate slump have yet to take hold.

Home prices in major, so-called Tier 1 cities like Beijing and Shanghai, fell 3.2%.

The downturn in the property industry followed a crackdown on excessive borrowing by property developers several years ago. That led many to default on their debts as they meanwhile have struggled to deliver apartments that buyers had already paid for. That also hit contractors and suppliers of building materials, appliances and other household goods.

“This data was certainly on the disappointing side and may ring some alarm bells, as May’s policy support package has not yet translated to a slower decline of housing prices, let alone a stabilization,” Lynn Song, chief economist for Greater China at ING Economics, said in a commentary.

Disruptions and job losses during the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with falling prices for homes — a staple form of investment for most Chinese families — have left many Chinese unwilling or unable to spend, sapping the economy of another major driver of business activity.

“Although the external environment is complex and changeable and the domestic economy is also facing some troubles and challenges, the fundamentals of economic recovery and long-term improvement have not changed,” Liu Aihua, spokesperson for the National Bureau of Statistics, told reporters in Beijing.

She pointed to rising retail sales and investments in various high-tech industries as signs of progress. A program encouraging Chinese families to recycle old appliances and trade in their cars for new, electric vehicles is helping revive consumer spending, Liu said.

Sales of products online, which account for about a quarter of all retail sales, rose 11.5% in May, while sales of household appliances and “audio-visual goods” such as televisions rose nearly 13% in May.

Chinese buyers also have returned to auto showrooms, with vehicle sales climbing 8.3% from a year earlier to nearly 11.5 million units in January-May, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers reported last week. Auto sales rose 1.5% in May.

“Buying capacity and consumer confidence needs further improvement, but there are many favorable factors supporting continued growth of the consumer market,” Liu said.

Liu said there would be more policies to support the ailing real estate market, following moves to reduce mortgage rates and down-payment requirements for some property purchases, among other recent moves meant to help ensure that home buyers are able to get the properties they have purchased.

“We must also see that the implementation time of some policies is still relatively short,” Liu said.

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