The Chinese discovered paid holidays only fifteen years ago. Today, they are 400 million to take advantage of these two precious weeks, which they call “the golden weeks”. Far from Western standards, in China, owning a motorhome is the height of luxury. And on the beaches, the latest fashionable accessory is a balaclava, which protects the face of vacationers from the sun. In Hainan, an island located in the south of the country, Wang Dafu, a 45-year-old billionaire, has created housing complexes and marinas for the new rich. But for Chinese who dream of traveling abroad, Paris remains the destination of choice.
Director: Clémentine Marcoz