I spent the day in my new hometown of Cochin, India, and the first thing I noticed was how the country is completely different from most other places in the world.
Cochin is known for its large, sprawling mountains and its natural beauty, but it’s also the home of one of the world’s biggest virtual tourism companies, Tencent, which has made a name for itself with the Chinese-inspired, addictive virtual world of WeChat.
Its WeChat virtual tours, which offer a 360-degree view of India and its surrounding regions, are so popular that it’s now attracting a second generation of Chinese tourists.
It’s a market worth watching.
But what makes Cochin special is that it has a much higher ratio of Chinese people to Indians.
There are roughly 30,000 Chinese in India, making it the country with the highest ratio of the two groups.
Cochins high concentration of Chinese is what makes it such a desirable vacation destination for Chinese families.
Coochi is home to more than a million Chinese people.
They’re among the most prolific consumers of the country’s popular virtual travel sites like Tencent and YQ, which cater to their needs.
Cochiians also travel extensively, particularly for festivals.
According to a recent study by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, nearly half of the Chinese in Cochin are holidaymakers.
“Cochin is home for Chinese tourists,” said Teng, who spent the afternoon with his family.
“It is the first Chinese destination I’ve been to.”
He also said the company’s WeChat tours are a good way to learn about the culture and history of Coochia.
He also has a passion for history, which he shares with his wife, Nanyu.
“They’re like my parents,” he said of his wife.
“My parents are from Cochin.
They grew up in Cooch.
They are also from Cooch.”
The couple also share the same love for the local culture.
They said they love the way they’re able to see the beauty of the mountains through the picturesque and colorful landscapes they have seen in the region.
“I really love Cochin because we have so much beauty here,” Nanyua said.
“We love Cochiamas people, too. “
But I really love the city of Cochia,” she continued.
“We love Cochiamas people, too.
We have this really amazing city, so much fun.”
I also met up with Nanyun, who is from the Cochin city of Kangjie.
She said she loves visiting Cochin for its cultural and historical attractions.
She also loves to visit the temples and other historic sites.
“When I go to the temple, I see everything that’s been done here,” she said.
I also spoke with her daughter, who said she was born in Cochiah but has been living in Cocho for years.
She’s from a family of six.
She says she enjoys spending time in the city, and she has friends who have also been there.
She is also fond of visiting Cocho’s museums and museums, and loves the local cuisine.
“A lot of people come here for cultural tourism,” she explained.
“And for tourists, I like visiting the temples.
But I also like visiting all the places in Cochi because it’s a really beautiful place.”