Shoppers in Tokyo's Ginza district, which saw an upsurge in duty-free sales over Chinese New Year. (Shutterstock)

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Shoppers in Hong Kong's Kowloon district. (Shutterstock)

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Shoppers on Hong Kong's Canton Road in December 2014. (Shutterstock)

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China's top shopping and gambling hotspots face setbacks as Chinese travelers have increasingly easy...
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Japan saw a Chinese tourist rebound in 2014 as shoppers flooded into Tokyo, pictured above, to take advantage of a weak yen. (Shutterstock)

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As many Southeast Asian countries saw slumping Chinese visitor numbers due to political strife, Chin...
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