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Chinese lift French tourism

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France is enjoying a boom in Chinese visitors - nearly one million came last year. Many hotels are now having to adapt what they offer to cater for visitors from Asia including providing Chinese food.

Rajan Datar discovers this influx of tourists from China has helped offset some of the loss in visitors from the Middle East after France banned the burka.

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