Tujia aims to build an ecosystem of house sharing in China.
Emerging players in all niche markets of online travel, hotel and tour package booking are posing a threat to Chinese OTA giants like Ctrip and Qunar.
One of several recent incidents in which passengers have accused Qunar and Ctrip of selling invalid airline tickets and hindering their travels.
Following the resignation of Qunar’s former CEO, China Eastern and Air China ended their cooperation with Qunar on Monday, citing passenger complaints about ticket orders.
China’s leading travel site’s former CEO Zhuang Chenchao wrote a letter to explain why the whole administration of the company have all left after acquisition initiated by its rival Ctrip last October.
It’s reported that an earlier deal attempted back in May between Ctrip and Qunar fell through mostly because Ctrip and Qunar disagreed over the future of Zhuang and the Ctrip team. Are they are agreeable more and how their cooperation will go?