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Daily Review, September 26: Pound Hits All-Time High; Central Bank of Malaysia announces new measures to combat scams; HK braces for increased travel after quarantine lifted

Let’s catch up on the stories of the day. The pound fell to a record low against the dollar on Monday (September 26th), sparking speculation of an emergency response from the Bank of England. Fears that high interest rates could hurt growth also sent Asian stocks down to two-year lows, …

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Japan Highlights – KESQ

CNN Editorial Research Here’s a look at Japan, a country of islands off the eastern coast of mainland Asia. About Japan (from the CIA World Fact Book)Area: 377,915 km² Population: 124,214,766 (2022 est.) Middle age: 48.6 years (2020 estimate) Capital: Tokyo Ethnic groups: Japanese 97.9%, Chinese 0.6%, Korean 0.4%, other …

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MSU’s Ant Curator contributes to the Global Biodiversity Map Project

Contact person: Meg Henderson STARKVILLE, Mississippi — A Mississippi state ant science illustrator and curator contributes to a world map of insects, while using his talent to design covers for a leading science journal. Mississippi Entomological Museum Ant Curator Joe MacGown is part of a team creating a groundbreaking map …

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These 10 new hotels will be your reason to revisit Japan in 2023

This Japanese hotel comes from Okura Nikko Hotel Management Co., Ltd., which is a subsidiary of Hotel Okura Co., Ltd. Designed as a perfect rest and regeneration stopover for lovers of skiing, snowboarding, trekking, mountaineering and other adventure sports, it will be ready to receive clients looking for skiing opportunities …

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With Amazon, DMM.com, Mercari, DoorDash and others

company logo Dublin, Sept. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Japan B2C E-commerce Market Opportunities Data Book – 100+ KPIs in E-commerce Verticals (Shopping, Travel, Food & Beverage, Media & Entertainment, Technology), Market Share by Key Players, Market Analysis sales channels, payment instrument, consumer demographics – Q2 2022 Update” report …

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The Emperor and Empress of Japan will attend the Queen’s state funeral

Japanese Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako will travel to the UK to attend the Queen’s state funeral. Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno said the Japanese government asked him to accept the British royal family’s invitation to attend, given the close relationship between the two countries’ royal families. Traditionally, a Japanese …

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Five airlines offering child-free cabins and quiet areas

Some airlines have created cabin classes to avoid the mix of cantankerous babies and intolerant travellers. Photo/Getty Images “Why aren’t there any adult-only flights? I would pay SO much money.” Such was the fate of a woman whose three-hour flight was punctured by the cries of an unhappy toddler. With …

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World Cup: How Qatar plans to welcome a million fans to football’s biggest event

Already there are reports of rising costs and a lack of suitable housing. For example, there are 21 properties available on online travel agency Booking.com for the first three nights of the tournament, with prizes starting at $1,000 per night and reaching $51,000. “Our goal has always been to provide …

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Asian currencies in turmoil | FinancialTimes

This article is an on-site version of our Disrupted Times newsletter. register here to receive the newsletter directly in your inbox three times a week Good evening The widening chasm in interest rate policies around the world has caused turbulence in Asian currency markets. The yen plunged to its lowest …

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Rajnath Singh discusses ways to strengthen defense ties with the Gursed of Mongolia

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh met his Mongolian counterpart Saikhanbayar Gursed on Tuesday and discussed ways to give new impetus to defense cooperation between the two countries. Defense Minister Singh is on a five-day visit to Mongolia and Japan from Monday in a bid to expand India’s strategic and defense …

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Storeless bookstore celebrates a decade of selling books

Calling itself an “airline bookstore”, Ika Bunko is a bookstore without a real physical storefront. Instead of selling his own books, the manager organizes book fairs in bookstores for a fee and sells original items. Now celebrating its 10th anniversary, Ika Bunko is going strong, earning the respect of booksellers …

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Labor Day Travelers Step Out During California Heat Wave

As a dangerous heat wave blankets California and the Southwest, many people are eager to travel over Labor Day weekend. As a farewell to summer, around 12.7 million passengers are expected to fly this weekend, according to Hopper, an online travel site. Hopper predicts that Los Angeles, Atlanta and Denver …

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Schools in China face third year of disrupted schedules, demand COVID checks

Students in China are facing a third year marked by unpredictable schedules, as schools across the country postpone classes in a bid to bring COVID-19 outbreaks under control. Schools in major cities – including the southern tech hub of Shenzhen, panda-rich Chengdu in the southwest and the northern port hub …

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Bowman’s Travel File: Necessary and Unnecessary Complaints

Last week, the Department for Transport revealed that complaints about air travel were on the rise. In June this year, nearly 6,000 complaints were filed, which is a 40% increase from last year and a whopping 270% from 2019. There were more complaints in the first six months of 2022 …

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PGA Tour season wraps up at East Lake with Tour Championship

Comment this story Comment Course: East Lake GC. Footage: 7,346. By: 70. Prize money: $75 million FedEx Cup bonus. Winner’s share: $18 million. Television: Thursday to Friday, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Golf Channel); Saturday, 1-2:30 p.m. (Golf Channel), 2:30-7 p.m. (NBC); Sunday, noon-1:30 p.m. (Golf Channel), 1:30 p.m.-6 p.m. …

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Why it’s actually a good thing

MANILA, Philippines — In the late 1980s, Cebuano dynamo Ric-Ric Marata was signed by the Vancouver Nighthawks, a World Basketball League (WBL) team. Jojo Lastimosa also received a contract but passed up the opportunity to play in the WBL, a minor professional league in the United States and Canada that …

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Amid tensions between Ukraine and Russia, US Treasury official to visit India

A senior Treasury Department official is due to make his first official trip to India next week since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began. Amid tensions over India’s neutral stance on the invasion that began in late February, the United States wants the meetings to focus on how to deepen …

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Global Youth Hostels Market Report 2022: Growing Interest in

Dublin, Aug. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Hostels Market: Analysis by Booking Channel (Online Travel Agencies (OTAs), Offline Intermediaries, Offline Direct, Hostel Websites), by Region Size and Trends with COVID-19 Impact and forecasts until 2027″ report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offer. A hostel is a low-cost, short-term …

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The right way to take a solo trip if you’re single like me

He texted me the next morning thanking me “for pointing out that it was a mean thing to do”. I replied that it was certainly the case: “I went out. Goodbye.” Block. And that, my dear readers, was exactly the moment I decided to stop time on dating apps forever …

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For young Japanese, more complex issues of war and peace

For post-war Japanese generations who took peace for granted, the conflict now raging in Ukraine has given many a new perspective on the cost of not being drawn into war and sacrifice. it takes to fight back. Kentoku Kojima is perhaps a classic example of this changing mindset as young …

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This small Japanese town is a haven for vintage vending machines

Editor’s note – Monthly ticket is a CNN Travel series that sheds light on some of the most fascinating topics in the world of travel. This August, we’re stepping back in time to revisit some of the greatest retro travel experiences. (CNN) — There’s a reason Sagamihara, Japan isn’t listed …

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Retired skater Kevin Reynolds salutes Hanyu’s quadruple axel pursuit, the skill of Japanese duets (Pt. 2)

Kevin Reynolds, who won the 2013 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships, is seen at Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium on February 9, 2013. (Mainichi/Kenji Konoha) TOKYO — Known as a lover of Japanese games and cartoons, retired Canadian figure skater Kevin Reynolds, 31, spoke …

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Thailand’s Gay Romance TV Dramas Help Revive Ailing Tourism Industry | Thailand

There is a table in Soontaree Thiprat’s Phuket cafe which is always full. Most of his customers at the Dibuk restaurant want to sit in the corner, at the place with the red tablecloth and the purple flower. This is the table where male student characters Teh and Oh-aew, played …

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How to Save Money at Disney World

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles that we think our readers will find useful. We earn commission from affiliate partners on many offers, but not all offers on Select are from affiliate partners. Subscribe to the Select newsletter! Our top picks delivered to your …

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LVMH announces sales of $37.15 billion for the first half of 2022

LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton reported revenue of 36.7 billion euros ($37.15 billion) in the first half, up 28% compared to the first six months of 2021, the French luxury goods group touting “organic growth double-digit revenue” for all of its business groups in the first half and strong growth …

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Visa requirements for Taiwan – Lonely Planet

Whether you prefer hiking in the mountains, exploring temples or bathing in hot springs, Taiwan is an island of endless temptations. Asia’s most vibrant democracy is also relatively relaxed when it comes to immigration rules, unlike China’s more onerous visa policies across the strait. Generally, visa requirements to enter Taiwan …

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Our Travel Writer’s Favorite Post-Adventure Food

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Contributor Tim Neville has spent years on the road finding off-the-grid destinations to write about for Outside. So when he says these are the most memorable meals he’s had after a day of adventures, that really means something. The meals a world traveler can’t help but dream of Tim …

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The 80th anniversary of Guadalcanal, a catalyst for the revival of tourism in the Solomon Islands

The tour schedules, primarily from August 7-12, have been designed to incorporate many key battle sites in and around Honiara and will also include a visit to the famous Tulagi Blue Beach and Tokyo Bay in the islands of Florida. On the heels of the official reopening of its border, …

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KKday boosts its Series C to $95 million as travel resumes – TechCrunch

When travel platform KKday raised the first part of its Series C in September 2020, the travel landscape was very different. Now, as KKday announces that it has added $20 million to the round, bringing its total to $95 million, travel trends are changing, with more people going on domestic …

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Online tour takes visitors to hidden areas of Himeji Castle

HIMEJI, Hyogo Prefecture – Himeji Castle is arguably one of the best-preserved feudal-era castles in Japan, but visitors rarely get the chance to explore the entire medieval complex. But that has now been taken care of, thanks to a Tokyo-based startup that has worked with other companies to digitally recreate …

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Antony Blinken will offer his condolences to Abe during his visit to Japan next week

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will pay a brief condolence visit to Japan next week following the assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the State Department announced on Sunday. Blinken will travel to Tokyo on Monday to pay tribute to the former leader …

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5 things to know on Friday

Ex-Japanese leader Abe dies after being shot during campaign speech Shinzo Abe, the former leader of Japan, died Friday at the age of 67 after he was shot during a campaign speech in western Japan, hospital officials confirmed. Japanese television NHK earlier reported Abe’s death. It was a shocking attack …

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The return of direct international flights is essential to Hawaii’s economic recovery

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) — It may seem like tourists are back in full force, but state officials say the vast majority still come from the United States and not from international markets like Japan, which they say are essential for economic recovery. More direct flights could change that. On Friday, All …

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Young street protesters turn to climate ‘villains’

Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, more than 6 million people took to the streets in 2019 as part of the mass Fridays for Future protests, aimed at forcing governments and businesses to act faster to reduce emissions and curbing climate change. But while the protests have raised public awareness of …

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Overseas flight searches surge after China shortens quarantine

Travelers walk through a terminal at Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing, China March 23, 2022. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BEIJING, June 29 (Reuters) – Online searches for air tickets on international routes to China surged after Beijing unexpectedly announced it would lower …

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On 5 Years Anniversary and Future Plans – Billboard

AmPm, which celebrated its fifth anniversary on March 16, recently announced its plans for 2022, including the release of its debut album, the launch of a new project, and more. On June 24, they released “Tokyo On My Mind feat. Nathan Hartono”, which you can listen to here. The concept …

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Fire and dance as the show returns to Paris fashion

Published on: 06/23/2022 – 19:40Amended: 06/23/2022 – 19:39 Paris (AFP)- With contemporary dance prowess and fiery orbs launched from cranes, two of the most flashy menswear brands brought back some show at Paris Fashion Week on Thursday after a few lackluster years. Japanese Issey Miyake, known for his innovative and …

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VOX POPULI: A half-baked look at the government’s COVID response led to a bad report

A “fast movie” is an illegal online video in which a feature length film has been edited up to approximately 10 minutes in length. The practice of fast forwarding movies while watching them is said to be a growing trend among young people today, who apparently want to see as …

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Japan top destination for Taiwanese tourists in post-COVID era: survey

Taipei, June 20 (CNA) Japan is the number one destination Taiwanese tourists want to visit in the post-COVID-19 era amid a recovering travel market as countries gradually lift border restrictions, according to the results of a survey by a local travel agency showed on Monday. South Korea, Europe, Asia/Africa and …

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Duty-Free Retail Market Size Expected to Grow by USD 6.04 Billion | The growth of online duty free shops will become a key market trend

To get the exact annual growth variance and annual growth rate, Talk to our analyst. Key Market Dynamics: Market trend: the develop online duty free shops is a trend in the duty-free retail market that is expected to have a positive impact in the years to come. Leading vendors in …

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New York law protects abortion providers serving out-of-state residents

Governor Kathy Hochul, a Democrat, signed a law that protects medical professionals who perform abortions from arrest, extradition and prosecution in other states that may ban abortions by banning New York State and local courts and law enforcement to cooperate in most scenarios. . AP: New York State will protect …

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Asia in the global book market

Dolly Parton and James Patterson discuss their new book ‘Run, Rose, Run: A Novel’ at the 2022 … [+] SXSW Conference and Festival in March. Patterson’s books are selling well around the world. (Photo by Rick Kern/FilmMagic) MovieMagic The immense wealth of the Asia-Pacific region was highlighted again in the …

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Right Now: New Works by Kohei Nawa Address How We See Things in the Information Age | New

Internationally acclaimed sculptor Kohei Nawa described his current exhibition at Pace Gallery in Palo Alto very succinctly: “My idea is to establish a connection/relationship between photography and sculpture. It sounds simple, but the 16 artworks in the exhibition refer to things as varied and complex as the information age, DNA …

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No fare hike until TRA improves: minister

By Shelley Shan / Staff Reporter The Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) would be allowed to raise ticket prices in 2024 if its safety and punctuality record improves, Transport and Communications Minister Wang Kwo-tsai (王國) said yesterday.材) during an online talk show. Wang was invited by Yahoo TV host and political …

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“Insta” travellers: Is your travel destination “Instagram-worthy”?

About five years ago, Isa Khan successfully ran a coaching institute. The Delhi-based economics professor traveled from time to time and shot videos of his destinations and posted them on his Instagram page. Life was good until 2020 when the pandemic hit and her coaching institute closed. He decided not …

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How to negotiate while traveling

Placeholder while loading article actions If the thought of haggling over that exquisite silk pashmina you picked up in a Delhi bazaar makes you a little uneasy, you’re not alone. While most consumers aren’t shy about comparing prices between retailers for the lowest price, many travellers, myself included, aren’t comfortable …

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Your travel horoscope for June 2022

Work can bring its share of travel as meeting partners and suppliers will take you to different parts of the country from Delhi to Jaipur and Mumbai to Surat. It will keep your schedule busy and hectic. For some, your career needs expert discussion and advice from seniors and colleagues …

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How I Explored Bookstores Around the World Via Bookstagram

With travel restrictions still in place, bibliophiles missed hanging out and browsing bookstores, libraries and their favorite reading cafes. But a community of online book lovers is furiously scrolling to fill up such spaces around the world. I’m talking about bookstagram, a community of bibliophiles and book lovers who have …

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Coronavirus Morning News Brief – May 27: Holiday weekend, Americans travel despite resurgence in cases, Japan will reopen to tourists, somehow

Lobby of the Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston, Mass. Hello. This is the report by Jonathan Spira. Now here is the pandemic news from around the world on the 778th day of the pandemic. Despite a dramatic rise in new coronavirus cases and major storms predicted for parts of the …

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Refugee claimants call double standard for Ukrainians

Foreign nationals seeking refugee status in Japan and those supporting them raise questions about the Japanese government’s preferential treatment of Ukrainians who fled Russia’s invasion of their homeland. The rain of support and attention they have received from private businesses, civic groups and various levels of government has led some …

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FirstFT: the SEC will crack down on “greenwashing” by funds

Hello. This article is an on-site version of our FirstFT newsletter. Subscribe to our Asia, Europe/Africa or Americas edition to send it straight to your inbox every morning of the week The US securities regulator is set to crack down on overblown environmental, social and governance credentials in investment products, …

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India-Japan Dialogue Coming Soon: Prime Minister Modi’s Bilateral Talks Strategic and Global Partnership Focus

The objective of the bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart on Tuesday will be to further enhance the special strategic and global partnership between India and Japan. Prime Minister Modi is leaving for Tokyo to attend the QUAD leaders’ summit and later have bilateral meetings …

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A city’s COVID money was sent to a man by mistake. He bet everything

TOKYO — Residents of a rural Japanese town were each anxiously awaiting a $775 payment last month as part of a coronavirus pandemic stimulus package. But a city official mistakenly transferred Abu’s entire COVID-19 relief budget, nearly $360,000, to a single recipient on the list of low-income households eligible to …

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Australian opposition leader Albanese says he will go to Quad if he wins election

Australian Labor opposition leader Anthony Albanese has said if he wins Saturday’s general election he will travel to Tokyo for a meeting of the Quad group of the United States, Japan and India, scheduled three days later. The centre-left Labor party’s lead over Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s Liberal-National government fell …

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Japan Loyalty Programs Market Report 2022: Vendors Are

Dublin, May 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Data Book on Market Intelligence and Future Growth Dynamics of Loyalty Programs in Japan – Over 50 KPIs on Loyalty Program Trends by End-Use Sectors, Operational KPIs, Sales Product Dynamics in Retail and Consumer Demographics – Q1 2022 Update” report has been …

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How to get the most out of your tips

Tipping for services rendered while traveling is common in the United States, but not so much in countries like Japan and Brazil, among others. But if you’re traveling to distant lands — or even to another U.S. state — this summer, it pays to know a few rules of the …

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Wales’ entry into a new competition will forever change the Autumn Internationals and come with a catastrophic threat of relegation

Plans for the biggest change to test rugby since the advent of professionalism are being discussed in Dublin this week. The sport’s main unions will meet World Rugby to commit to the new competition – which is expected to be a two-tier format that would reshape the global calendar – …

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London ice-cream shop with ‘queues on the street’ where people travel from Australia, Japan and China to eat at

London is home to some of the best bakeries and dessert shops in the world. From artisan pastries to traditional baked goods, city dwellers can find what they’re looking for. But not all dessert shops can stand the test of time and remain popular in the eyes of Londoners. However, …

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10 destinations that will take you to the world of Pandora in ‘Avatar’

Waiting for the release of the second Avatar film, Avatar: The Way of the Waterdiscover some places on Earth that offer landscapes as breathtaking as in the original film itself! In 2009, a movie took the world by storm. The world of Avatar, the movie, impressed many with its stunning …

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Norman Mineta, 1st Asian American Cabinet Secretary, dies

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Norman Mineta, who broke racial barriers for Asian Americans in top government positions and ordered the grounding of commercial flights after the September 11 terrorist attacks as the country’s federal transport secretary, died on Tuesday. He was 90 years old. John Flaherty, Mineta’s former chief of …

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PM rules out wealth tax ‘this term’

The prime minister says the government has “no intention” of introducing a wealth tax “this term”. Her announcement came this afternoon after she reiterated her pledge this morning not to introduce a capital gains tax while she was prime minister, but did not rule out a wealth tax, claiming that …

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The world’s 15 best Michelin-starred restaurants revealed

The 15 best Michelin-starred restaurants in the world have been revealed, including two on the list of favorites located in London. Search by Money.co.uk dug into the restaurants listed in the Michelin Guidecomparing the cheapest menus on offer with the percentage of good reviews posted about them online to find …

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Cunard Announces Growth for North American Market with Queen Anne News

Matt GleavesCunard’s new commercial vice-president – North America and Australasia, underscored the importance of North America as an increasingly key market for Cunard, citing the opportunity for 40% growth potential in the United States and Canada with the introduction of Queen Anne to the fleet. The addition of a fourth …

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The X Games make their debut in Japan as action sports fans flock to Chiba

Chiba- When Yuto Horigome and other elite skaters made their sport’s Olympic debut at the Tokyo Games last year, they only played for each other within the confines of the “bubble” without precedent that allowed the biggest sporting event in the world to take place amid the coronavirus pandemic. Nine …

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Long lines to renew passports frustrate applicants in Vancouver

Breadcrumb Links News National Local News People online complain about getting conflicting information from officials in person from online information Publication date : April 22, 2022 • 4 hours ago • 3 minute read • 5 comments Dozens of people line up outside the Service Canada office on W. Broadway …

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Thai Airways International Public: and major travel agencies in Japan, South Korea and Australia move forward together to promote land-based tourism

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited recently held a networking conference under the theme “THAI Networking: Discover Brand New Sky” attended by key local and overseas travel agencies from Japan, South Korea and Australia. . Mastercard was the official sponsor of this event along with other top sponsors such as …

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Aspire Lifestyles takes concierge services to new levels

With COVID-19 hitting the international travel industry particularly hard, including flights and hotels, Aspire Lifestyles, a company that serves travel and loyalty customers, has not been spared. In fact, he saw a 46% drop in customer inquiries at the height of the Asia-Pacific border closures. An immediate task force …

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The Wrap: Accor’s distribution agreement with Traveloka, Bear Luxe Japan’s merger with Saber, renewed Cebu Pacific-Singapore partnership

The Wrap: Accor’s distribution agreement with Traveloka, Bear Luxe Japan’s merger with Saber, renewed Cebu Pacific-Singapore partnership 04/13/2022, by Corinne Wan, in Destination Marketing, Marketing, News, Territories, Sectors, Social, Startups THE Wrap is a roundup of travel and tech industry news – new partnerships, product launches, aviation industry updates, innovative …

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Logo and Slogan Design Contest for the 50th Anniversary of ASEAN-Japan Friendship and Cooperation | Travel

business thread TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–April 10, 2022– The ASEAN-Japan Center (AJC) has launched the online application form on its website to accept entries for the Logo and Slogan Design Contest for the 50th Anniversary of ASEAN-Japan Relations organized by the governments of member states of ASEAN and Japan, in collaboration with …

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Do I need a visa to go to Indonesia

Even without the complications of the pandemic, the rules for obtaining an Indonesia visa have always been constantly changing and confusing. But it’s a welcome sign that things are getting back to normal as we ask the same old questions again: Do I need a visa for Indonesia? It’s free? …

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When can I travel to Japan? Borders reopened in March 2022

Even countries that once had the strictest travel rules are finally reopening. After Australia, Thailand and Bali, Japan has started to welcome at least some international travelers too.Starting tomorrow (April 8), overseas residents, business travelers and international students from 106 countries are now allowed to enter Japan. This includes the …

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Sensex, Nifty to slide; L&T, Tata Steel, NTPC, U GRO Capital, MakeMyTrip, Nazara Tech shares in sight

Here are the key things investors should know before the market opens today: Wall Street tumbles on concerns over the hawkish Fed In overnight trade, all three major U.S. indexes ended lower, weighed down by losses in growth-focused tech stocks, as the Federal Reserve official stoked fears of more aggressive …

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Live Updates: Asian stocks trail US lower as inflation fears and Ukrainian tensions affect sentiment

Asian stocks fell on Friday morning, following a decline in US stocks that saw Wall Street close its worst quarter since the start of the pandemic. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index was down 2% in early trading, while Japan’s Topix and South Korea’s Kospi were down as much as 1.3% …

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Larry Ellison-backed sailing competition draws 6,000 to SF waterfront

The SailGP Championship event, which will hold its final on Sunday with a top prize of $1million, had 5,000 people in the stands, while a further 1,000 people on boats watched bespoke catamarans blaze through the waters turbulent San Francisco Bay. Thick fog rolled in front of the Golden Gate …

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The Socceroos are in a state of paralysis. Australian rules football has a lot to learn | 2022 World Cup qualifiers

Jhere is a special corner of Twitter that spends much of its time lamenting the failings of football in this country. It’s referred to – in equal parts affection and frustration – as #SokkahTwitter. This heady sphere of pandemonium is a quiet but deafening concoction of joy, rage, intellectual acuity …

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The global luxury goods market will reach $296.9 billion by 2026

What’s new for 2022? Global competitiveness and percentage market shares of main competitors Market presence in multiple geographies – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial Peer-to-peer collaborative online interactive updates Access to our digital archives and the MarketGlass research platform Free updates for one year Editing: 19; Published: February 2022Executive Pool: 18630Companies: 175 – Players …

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