April 12, 2015 – “Japan, China, South Korea agree to boost tourism despite diplomatic rift” (South China Morning Post)

“Japan, China and South Korea briefly put aside territorial and historical disputes on Sunday for rare trilateral talks announcing a bid to boost tourism numbers in the three countries to 30 million visitors in five years… The meeting — the first by tourism ministers of the three countries in four years, according to Jiji — came ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea and Japan’s 2020 Summer Olympics…  In Beijing, Chinese state media on Saturday announced it will create a “blacklist” of its tourists who behave badly overseas after a series of embarrassing incidents involving Chinese travelling abroad…”