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Patriotic tourism booms in China

In 2013, 786 million tourists visited revolutionary sites in China - a 17.3% increase from 2012 - with the sudden growth expected to generate $32 billion. Renewed interest in China's revolutionary past has fuelled visits to the scenes of famous battles and victories.

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