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The China Issue

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This past summer season, a group of travel journalists started a journey to China, courtesy of Best Western International. In this issue you’ll find their tales, starting with Laura Cherry, elderly manager of public relationships, who speaks about exactly how China has transformed over the years, the highlights of her trip and her guidance for interested tourists all set to book.

You’ll also encounter Glenn Haussman going into rapture over the enjoyments of eating abroad, and the very best Peking duck he’s ever had. Megan Sullivan muses on the six traits that stood apart most from her journey, and leads you with an unforgettable voyage to a Mongolian holy place. Shawn Turner advises us just what excellent tourists need to never ever neglected, and Steph Ricca provides suggestions that will conserve you big.

Table of Contents

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Q & A: A Return to the East, 20 Years in the Making.

By Laura Cherry


Chinese Cuisine Reigns Supreme.

By Glenn Haussman

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Confessions of a Food Photographer.

By Glenn Haussman

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Things I Learned in China.

By Megan Sullivan

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Maneuvering in Mongolia.

By Megan Sullivan

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Lost in Translation.

By Shawn A. Turner


China: Before You Go.

By Stephanie Ricca


5 Tips For Taking care of Money in China.

By Stephanie Ricca


View in Pictures: Journalist Photos from the Trip

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