Why are Chinese tourists avoiding trips to the U.S.?

The number of Chinese visitors stateside is waning—due to geopolitical pressures Image: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Natasha Frost

Reporter, Quartz

Dan Kopf

Reporter, Quartz


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