For an average Chinese person, preparing for outbound trips can be a daunting task. Chinese is not as globalized a language as English, and visa arrangements are more complex than for most Western travelers.
QYER started off in 2004 as an online community of overseas Chinese exchanging travel information. Now, it is China’s largest one-stop travel platform, with 80 million registered users. It is enabling a new generation of independent Chinese travelers.
Co-Founder: Bryan Xiao
Founded in: 2004
Latest financing: USD 57 million series D
Registered users: 80 million
Here’s a video interview with Bryan Xiao:
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