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Break Away From Business To See The Sights In Guangzhou

By Sharon King Hoge

Despite its reputation as “strictly business,” Guangzhou provides some rare opportunities for sightseeing. Two modern monuments face each other across the Pearl River: the iconic “twist” of the Canton Tower and the renowned “double pebble” Opera House designed by Zaha Hadid. Steps from the Opera House, find the graphic façade of… [read more]


Tour And Taste Wine In Spain’s Murcia Region

By Kimberly Krol

Murcia’s Jumilla is known for its wines, earning its own Denominación de Origen. In this region, the coast gives way to the La Mancha plains. While visiting, take time to taste at BSI-Bodegas San Isidro, founded in 1934 by a group of grape growers. Winemaking in Jumilla dates back more… [read more]

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Cheonggyecheon: Restoring The Heart And Soul Of Seoul

By Richard Newton

Seoul’s great leap into the modern world began in the 1960s. Shaking off the trauma of the Korean War and riding roughshod over centuries of tradition, the city rapidly transformed the downtown area with highways and high-rises. The planners showed little regard for history or nature. Old districts were leveled,… [read more]

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Get To Know The Local Art Scene In Manila

By Chadner Navarro

The art landscape in Manila is not nearly as dynamic as what you’d find in cities like Hong Kong or Tokyo, but collectors are showing an interest in Filipino artists. At Christie’s recent Asian 20th-century and contemporary art sale in Hong Kong, works by Philippine-born artists fetched thousands of dollars.… [read more]

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Hamilton, Bermuda, Serves Up A Feast Of Fine Dining

By Gregory McCluney

Bermuda is home to more than 150 restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars with cuisine from around the world — a testimony to its location as a crossroads in the Atlantic Ocean. Epicurean delights await at Marcus Bermuda, the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club’s new restaurant from famed New York chef… [read more]


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