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Beaches, skiing and tai chi: Club Med, Chinese style

Tai chi, mahjong and karaoke are on the menu alongside more traditional offerings such as sailing at Club Med's new resort on the Chinese island of Hainan, as the French holiday group -- now Chinese-owned -- adapts its European formula for the market. The all-inclusive village near the resort town of Sanya is the company's fourth in China, and it is in talks to open around 15 more in the next four years.
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