This is what 7,000 Chinese tourists look like

By James Griffiths, May 29, 2014

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On Monday we reported that the biggest ever Chinese tour group had descended on the western United States, with more than 7,000 employees of Perfect (China) Company visiting Los Angeles. 

Though for most of the trip the huge group has been split up, Netease reports that all the tourists gathered together for one meeting, during which they posed for photos and sang the Chinese national anthem. 

A survey of the tour group members found that they had spent on average 62,540 yuan ($10,000) so far on the trip. 

[Images via Netease/Weibo // h/t Chris Buckley]

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