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New Yorkers in Paris: Part 3
Today we started our day with our second attempt to eat at Fuxia (fresh Italian cuisine) and enjoyed a tasty lunch of meat lasagna and rigatoni with eggplant, mozzarella, and ...
June 20, 2009
New Yorkers in Paris, Part 2
New York Epoch Times Staff take a break from Manhattan to savor the City of Lights.
June 18, 2009
New Yorkers in Paris, Part 1: A Stroll Along the Seine
This morning we woke up early because of jet lag and had an adventure trying to find a ...
June 17, 2009
A Weekend on Saanich Penninsula
Vancouver Island in the summertime—if you've experienced it, you know. Everywhere, people are smiling as they bustle to ...
June 15, 2009
A Touch of the Countryside in Union Square
When gardener, Trina Pilonero, brings her organic herbs and vegetables to the Union Square Greenmarket she makes sure ...
June 11, 2009
Slowing Down, Salt Spring Style
If you want to temporarily step off the fast-moving escalator of city life there is a destination within ...
May 30, 2009
At the Crossroads of the Ancient World
Byblos, located around 35 km north of Beirut, Lebanon, is one of the richest archaeological areas in the ...
May 13, 2009
In Taiwan, Makers of Scrolls Share Their Secrets
The ancient art of scroll-making is practiced today as it was thousands of years ago.
April 27, 2009
Kitsch and Mystery in Keelung and Jiufen
A city and a village in the north of Taiwan have an interesting history and bustling tourism.
April 12, 2009
Reconsidering Recycled Paper Use
So much for paper-free offices: paper consumption has actually increased in the Digital Age, and so has the ...
March 20, 2009
Green Vacationing Tips
We often find in life that the things we enjoy the most are the worst for us.
March 8, 2009
Seven Reasons Why Panama Should Be Your Next Vacation Destination
There are at least seven reasons why to make Panama your destination of choice for this year's vacation.
March 2, 2009
Green Traveling Tips
Gone are the days when people could make an honest living, purchase, build, make, or grow whatever they ...
March 1, 2009
Dracula’s Castle a Jewel in Romania’s Crown
Bran Castle has earned its reputation as one of the most famous monuments of medieval architecture, known to ...
February 22, 2009
Georgian House Museum: A visit to Georgian Dublin
A visit to Georgian Dublin would be incomplete without seeing how a typical middle-class family would have lived.
February 18, 2009
Roosevelt Island: Manhattan’s Little Secret in the River
When is your neighborhood in Manhattan, but on a different island? Sounds like a riddle, but it's the ...
February 7, 2009
Egypt’s Siwa Oasis: Where History Was Inspired
The palms of Siwa Oasis hide a history that anyone willing to make the journey across the desert ...
February 6, 2009
The Light of Spring
To witness the life in the Irish countryside in Spring is to see Nature at its most beautiful.
February 6, 2009
Modernization Enfolds an Old Korean House
Nestled in a small village at the base of a mountain, Nam Jaeyu's traditional house was built in ...
January 29, 2009
Greece—Yaso, Ouzo, and ‘Meteora’
If you want to see an olive before it is picked, you must visit Greece.
January 26, 2009
Flower-Watching and Geysers in Yilan County
To the east of Taipei City, Taiwan, is Yilan, a favorite tourist destination for locals, and a surprise ...
January 23, 2009
Berlin—History, Shopping, and Sunlight
Berlin is one of the most preferred tourist destinations in Europe—bright, modern, cosmopolitan.
January 21, 2009
A Fjord’s Architectural Masterpiece
In 2000, Norway launched a competition for an architectural design that would be both monumental and cutting edge.
January 15, 2009
Madeira Island: a Tempting Destination for New Year’s Eve
Each year Christmas is celebrated around the world, making Christmas time the most popular festive season.
January 12, 2009
Taiwan’s Former House of Parliament is Elegant, Sulfuric
The first thing one notices when approaching the former Taiwanese seat of parliament, Chungshan Hall, is the smell ...
January 7, 2009
Holidays at Sylt Island in the North Sea
Sylt Island in the North Sea attracts winter holiday visitors for the "Great Holiday Swim."
January 1, 2009
‘Hanok’ Is Where The Heart Isâ€¦
Traditional South Korean hanoks are being revived as luxury accommodation.
December 29, 2008
Trump Signs Stopgap Bill to Avert Government Shutdown
Mimi Nguyen Ly
100 Medical Professionals Ensnared in Massive Takedown of Medicare, Medicaid Fraud: DOJ
Mimi Nguyen Ly
White House Stimulus Proposal Goes Over $1.5 Trillion With $20 Billion for Airlines
Trump Declares National Emergency Backing Domestic Mining, Will Reduce Reliance on China for Critical Minerals
Isabel van Brugen
Former Top Mueller Prosecutor Dodges Question About Wiping His Phone
Trump Presses Biden to Clarify Stance on Antifa After Question Dodged During First Debate
Brad Parscale Departs From Trump Campaign Due to ‘Overwhelming Stress’
Seagram Heiress Clare Bronfman Sentenced to More Than 6 Years for Role in NXIVM
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Feds Reject Portland Mayor’s Request to End Deputization of Police Officers
Republicans Fight Back in Court Against Democrats’ Revisions of Voting Policy