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Minutes after arriving by bus at an outlet mall in Cabazon, a dozen or so Chinese tourists hustled out to buy luggage that they planned to stuff with high-end clothes, shoes and bags. But not Guoshing Cui, a Samsung supervisor from Guangzhou. He made...
You can fly round trip from LAX to Guangzhou, China, in late summer and part of the fall for $942, including all taxes and fees. The fare, on China Southern, is subject to availability. There is a minimum five-night stay for travel Sept. 6-Oct. 5 or...
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BEIJING -- A U.S. consulate in China was forced to suspend some operations after an envelope was found containing a suspicious white power. The envelope was discovered Monday by a staffer in the office that issues visas and handles American citizen...
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The W Hotels chain, famous for its coolness factor, is known for targeting tech-savvy, globe-trotting travelers who are plugged into what's new and now. It's hoping that formula works in China, where the chain just opened W Guangzhou, the first W Hotel...
GUANGZHOU, China -- Gov. Jerry Brown bid adieu to dozens of government and business officials who crossed the Pacific to travel with him around China this week. One last time, this group assembled in an opulent five-star hotel – this time the...
GUANGZHOU, China -- It’s easy to feel good traveling through China with Gov. Jerry Brown this week. Multimillion-dollar business deals between Chinese and California companies have been announced, and cooperation on environmental policy is...
Supermodel Kate Moss turned 39 on Wednesday and reportedly plans to celebrate later this year via a wine tour of California's Napa Valley with rocker husband Jamie Hince. [The Sun] In its February issue, Vogue features police, fire, hospital and utility...
GUANGZHOU, China — Like wedding guests separated across the aisle, the protesters assembled on either side of a gated driveway at the headquarters of the embattled Southern Weekly newspaper. To the right, several dozen supporters of the newspaper...
L.A. NOWThe Los Angeles County clerk's office in Norwalk is a busy place. But Wednesday was busier than usual, especially for the volunteers who perform civil marriage ceremonies. Seventy 12-12-12 wedding ceremonies were scheduled in the office's chapels. Susan...
World NowBEIJING -- Anti-Japan protests spread to dozens more Chinese cities Sunday, as thousands of demonstrators agitated by the Japanese government’s plan to buy several uninhabited islands near Taiwan marched in front of diplomatic compounds, attacked...
World NowChinese officials canceled a post-play discussion of L.A. Theatre Works' "Top Secret: Battle for the Pentagon Papers" during the show's Beijing performance. Officials said the discussion at Perking University was canceled for fear of "unforeseen...
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