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Times Staff WriterNEITHER snow nor sleet nor hurricanes nor dismal dollar-euro exchange rates are discouraging Americans from making their appointed foreign rounds. Based on statistics from U.S. airlines, 2005 looks as though it will end up as a record year for globe-...
Times Staff WriterBEIJING — Looking to mine the vast economic riches of East Asia, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa launched a first-of-its-kind city tourism office here today on the inaugural leg of a 16-day trade mission through China, South Korea and Japan....
Special to The TimesYou think airports are crowded now? Just wait. More than 1.6 billion people world- wide fly annually on business or leisure trips, according to the International Air Transport Assn., an industry group based in Montreal that represents 270 airlines. By...
Sun Foreign StaffGUANGZHOU, China - Deng Deliu couldn't believe it when the government came for his pheasants. It had been a lazy morning at the animal markets, with only a few shoppers perusing the snakes, turtles, rabbits, cats, dogs, badgers, ducks, geese, frogs,...
Tags: Conservation, Animals, Hong Kong, Nature, Gallbladder
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