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Rushed Travel: A View From The Top

BY MACEAGON VOYCE On the occasion that you have a layover, or find yourself in an unexplored location for a brief period of time, the most productive way to get a “feel” for that place is to climb to the highest point it offers. Now if you find yourself in Nepal, that’s a rather “tall” […]

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July Founder’s Note: Being American

BY WENDY HUNG Last week, I was at a cocktail event in Taipei. The crowd was international and I loved every minute of mingling. That is, until I found myself in a conversation with the wife of a Northern European politician who lived in Taipei for fourteen years but didn’t speak a lick of Mandarin. […]

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AA Becomes The First U.S. Carrier Offering Non-Stop Flights To Hong Kong

BY TEAM JST Travelers holding a United Mileage Plus and frequently flying in and out of Asia from the US might want to rethink about stacking up those UA miles. This week, American Airlines has launched its very first direct flight from its HQ city, Dallas/Fort Worth, to Hong Kong. This giant step sinking into the Asian […]

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[DEAL OF THE WEEK] Which Airline Is Offering 75% Discounts?

BY TEAM JST As JST founder Wendy just came back from a five-day trip to Hainan island in China, we’re also letting you in on Hainan Airlines‘ summer promo offering: Business Class fares with a discount of 5% Economy Class fares with a 3% discount If you book tickets 30 days, 60 days or 90 days in advance, […]

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The China You Haven’t Seen: On The Train To Yellow Mountain

BY DRISANA MISRA This is a piece of China I have never seen before. The train is violent. It cuts through mountains and scales over their rocky skirts with relentless indiscrimination between these mighty structures and the open fields. Every now and then, another train tears past us, and it is the energy radiating between them, […]

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Around The World In 10 Nirvana Inducing Desserts

BY DESIREE CONSTANCE CHOY Disclaimer: A napkin is advised, as you may begin drooling over your keyboard. Reason #987 to travel: dessert! Traveling is the perfect way to explore different cuisines and tastes, and for sweet tooths like me, there’s nothing better than experiencing new sugary treats. Below is a list of some of my all […]

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Peninsula Aims To Be Your Private Access To Art, Fashion And Cuisine

BY TEAM JST Wanna go oyster foraging in New York or enter Beijing’s Forbidden City’s private chamber? This week, The Peninsula hotel launched its newest Peninsula Academy to provide guests the opportunities to dive into local art, cuisine, fashion, style and culture. It’s The Peninsula after all, so you’ve got private helicopter services, chauffeured Rolls-Royce to MINI […]

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