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Here’s The Best Yoga App For Travelers

BY TEAM JST Not every airport has a yoga room like the one in SFO, and not every traveler can create new stretch positions on-the-go. Yoga Studio is an app to the rescue! SEE ALSO: Is “Floga” The New Airport Trend? Gatwick Thinks So Unfortunately, this isn’t a free app. But for USD $4, you’ve got a huge variety […]

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Why The City Of Light Will Never Go Out

BY JERRY ALONZO LEON Why? This oft-repeated question occupies the hearts and minds of every Parisian, struggling to make sense of this unfathomable act. In the wake of Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, memorial services have been held and moments of silence observed, tearful prayers and somber songs fill the once vibrant ambience of the […]

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11 Taipei Neighborhoods: A Breakdown MADE For Travelers

BY WENDY HUNG Traveling to Taipei is an exciting adventure but which neighborhoods should you really explore? Here’s a quick breakdown for travelers who need to know just enough… 1. Xinyi 信義區 Reputation: The Times Square of Taipei. The 411: Besides being the home of Taiwan’s symbolic tower: Taipei 101, Xinyi district is THE place to be in Taipei. Full […]

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[VIDEO] What You’ll See In Paris, The French Unite For Peace

BY WENDY HUNG Not afraid, or “même pas peur!” is what you’ll see across the focal statue in Place de la Republique in the 10th arrondissement in Paris. It is where people have gathered to pay tribute to the innocent lives lost during the horrendous terrorist attacks on Friday night, November 13th. If you’ve arrived in […]

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“What I Hope Remains Unchanged About Myanmar”

BY TRACY CHENG, from Tracy Cheng Photography Burma (also known as Myanmar) – a country I fell in love with during my first visit there in 2010, is currently holding its elections for the country’s next leader. This is the country’s first elections since a nominally civilian government was introduced in 2011. Burma is bordered […]

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Wendy’s November Founder’s Note: Pray For Paris

BY WENDY HUNG This month's founder's note, sharing what's been like in Paris during the attacks 🇫🇷🇫🇷🇫🇷 #PrayForParis #parisattack A photo posted by Wendy Hung (@wendyhung915) on Nov 16, 2015 at 7:18am PST Instagram/wendyhung915 This just happened. Paris under siege. We’ve been told to stay indoors, our eyes glued to the TV. Eleven months ago, […]

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Bhutan Transportation Tips

Transportation Tips! The Best Ways To Get In & Around Bhutan

BY WENDY HUNG There are few options when it comes to traveling to Bhutan or getting around the country. For first-timers, read through the info below so you can make the most adequate plans for your trip! Getting in and around Bhutan is straightforward as you’ll probably be designated with a local guide and a local driver. If […]

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