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NEW YORK
, Sept. 9 (Xinhua) -- Shanghai designer Taoray Wang's newest creations at the New York Fashion Week on Saturday were a visual feast as the beautiful clothes impressed visitors with a unique blend of Chinese and Western cultures that were manifested in the designs.


On the third day of the fashion week, Wang fused East and West, modern and classic, masculinity and femininity into the SpringSummer 2018 collection, named "Shanghai Baroque."


"The inspiration came unexpectedly as I was listening to a concert in which a group of a very young fashionable Chinese musicians were playing Baroque British court music," said Wang.


Her namesake brand
, Taoray Wang, first appeared at New York Fashion Week in the fall of 2014, and soon won applause for attaching great importance to combining modern art and traditional Chinese elements.


Wang, who studied fashion in Japan after graduating with a degree in history, has a diverse background and a global point of view. Still, she once said that Chinese culture is deeply rooted in her
, as can be seen from the tailoring and the colors she uses.


"I'm so proud of being Chinese. Chinese culture is something you have to take time to discover and understand," said Wang.


Tiffany Trump, the younger of U.S. President Donald Trump's two daughters, was among the celebrities who watched Wang's show in the front row on Saturday.


She told Xinhua that clothes designed by Wang are impeccable, and the way Wang incorporates strength and fluidity into the clothes "is something that a lot of designers can't do."


The 23-year-old first daughter was wearing a Taoray Wang dark strapless frock and white sash from the brand's latest collection on Wednesday.


In January, she wore a white double-breasted coat from the designer at her father's inauguration.


Wang said she was surprised to see Tiffany wearing it on that big day and she is thankful to Tiffany for her trust and choice of the Chinese brand.


Peter Brant Jr.
, son of a fashion model and a billionaire, was wearing a white outfit with line embroidery from the new Taoray line on Wednesday.


"I love the collection. It's post-modern with classic fabric," said the model.


He loved Chinese fashion because Eastern and Western elements are now coming together in a unique way in Chinese fashion brands, he said.


"Western arts had so much influence from the East historically and now Asia is re-purposing all kinds of Western styles and making their own," said Brant.


Indeed, Wang herself once said
, "fashion transcends cultures, time and geographies."


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, on January 31. Photo: CFP

While Chinese tourists have won a bad reputation abroad for being noisy, not queuing properly and spitting on the ground, there's no denying that many countries are trying to woo them, eager for the money they spend. Countries have loosened visa rules, adapted menus and offered services in Chinese to be more accessible and friendly. China sends more tourists abroad than any other nation, but on the other hand
, the ancient civilization has seen decline in visitors. Strict visa controls, choking smog and the appreciation of the Renminbi have all been cited as deterrents.


On October 28, Tunisia announced that Chinese tourists traveling as a group will not need to apply for a visa to the country as long as they each hold valid passports and hotel reservation forms.


Three days later, a ceremony launching a new joint Ireland-UK visa scheme was held in Beijing, which will allow Chinese tourists to visit both countries with only a single visa.


These programs make up just a small part of the efforts that countries eager for Chinese visitors have made to attract visitors from China. These countries have all recognized the economic benefits that millions of Chinese tourists can bring.


The rise of the middle class in Asian countries is the largest factor contributing to global tourism growth, according to David Scowsill
, CEO and president of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC).

Travelers line up for their flights in Qingdao, Shandong Province on April 30 during the Labor Day holidays. Photo: CFP

"Once you have enough disposable income to buy your refrigerator and your car, then you start to travel domestically and, ultimately, you start to travel internationally," Scowsill told the Global Times.


According to statistics released by the China Tourism Academy (CTA) under the China National Tourism Administration
, the number of outbound trips from the Chinese mainland totaled 98.19 million last year, up by 18 percent since 2012. Chinese tourists spent $128.7 billion abroad in 2013.


Since 2012, China's spending on international travel has surpassed that of Germany and the US, meaning that the country's tourists spent, in total, the most on vacations of any country in the world.


But on the other hand
, the number of tourists visiting China has declined, and the CTA estimated that China's tourism services trade deficit would surpass $100 billion this year, much more than 2009's deficit of $2.3 billion.

Graphics: GT

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This year, several countries - including France, Italy and Britain - have further simplified their visa application procedures for Chinese .
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