Mo Hong'e Xinhua 05/04/2011
The Smoking Gun 05/04/2011
My FOX DC 05/04/2011
Sarah Treleaven National Post 05/02/2011
It’s 4 p.m. on a Friday in an unfamiliar city. It’s been a struggle to communicate with taxi drivers, and you’re always pretty sure that you’re heading in the wrong direction. You’ve had to work all week, scheduling meetings in corporate towers and engaging in enough small talk to last you a lifetime. Now, back in your hotel, all you want is to collapse into a wingback chair, and eat some freshly baked scones with clotted cream while someone in formal attire sneaks up beside you to silently pour some hot Orange Pekoe into a real china cup.
Mark Caswell Business Traveller 04/29/2011
Kurt Nimmo Infowars.com 04/28/2011
Duncan Mavin Wall Street Journal 04/22/2011
A Hong Kong airline is making all its cabin crew take kung fu lessons to help them to deal with drunk and unruly passengers. Hong Kong Airlines said all staff had been invited to undergo training in wing chun -- a form of kung fu used in close-range combat -- but it was only compulsory for cabin crew, the Sunday Morning Post reported.
Dave Nethers Fox8 04/19/2011
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