Around the World: Moon Festival with Wu Man, Fried Rice Four Ways with Lucas Sin, and More

Each week, we’ll share a variety of videos, articles, webcasts, and more from around the web — all curated by the Asia Society Texas Center staff to reflect the broad interests and goals of our mission. In this

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4 ways to prepare for post-COVID travel

Many of us fear a recession and many industries have been disrupted, but we still have to earn money, pay bills, and put food on the table, so our daily tasks have remained relatively the same. You can take advantage of that.

If you want to plan for an inexpensive vacation, using travel credit cards is one of the best ways to minimize your travel expenses. You can pay for

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7 Ways to Look After Your Health When Travelling for Business

 


Health and wellbeing can easily take a back seat with any job when you’re working hard. It’s even more of a risk when you’re traveling for business and concerned more with not missing your flight than you are about making sure you’ve had a healthy meal.


Looking after your health when travelling for business is a must, and here are seven ways you can do so.



  1. Plan Time for Rest
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6 Ways to Maximize Your Rental Property Income

As a real estate investor, one of the obvious goals is to rent your investment properties for as much money as reasonably possible. Of course, there are some obvious ways to increase the rental income of your property, such as renovating the kitchen and bathrooms or adding an extra bedroom. But here are six ways you can maximize your rental property income without spending a ton of money.

1. Do

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Here are 8 ways travel will change after the pandemic

With coronavirus cases continuing to spike in America and abroad, travelers with a United States passport remain grounded. To date, just nine countries are open to Americans without restrictions. If Belarus, Serbia, Zambia or any of the other six countries on that list aren’t in the cards, then travelers itching to get on an international flight will have to wait.

How long is still unknown. Elizabeth Becker, author of Overbooked:

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4 Innovate Ways Hotels Can Use Instagram to Get Travelers Into Bed


To put it mildly, 2020 hasn’t been very kind to the hospitality industry. The economic fallout of Covid-19 travel restrictions has put hotel owners under increased pressure to attract guests and keep the lights on. Though disruption in the sector

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RDU, RTI, Triangle universities team up to find ways to improve air travel

RALEIGH – A consortium of Research Triangle partners (Duke, NC State, NCCU, UNC, RTI and RDU airport) have joined together to sponsor an innovation challenge with $120,000 in prizes in seeking new ideas for the future of safe travel.

This mission: to design, propose, and pitch solutions to RDU airport and stakeholders.

“Coronavirus (COVID-19) has had an unprecedented impact on global and domestic air travel, with an expected reduction of

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Simple ways to save money for travelling

Simple ways to save money for travelling
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Built-In Private Jet Services Are Just One Of The Ways Luxury Hotels Are Prioritizing Your Safety Right Now

Things have changed in almost every sector—there’s no way around it. But when it comes to how we take vacation, things have become trickier than ever. Travelers are looking for personalized, private experiences now more than ever and in response to this uptick, many luxury hotels and high-end resorts are providing socially distanced, privatized services that begin even before guests arrive to the property—with private air travel offerings.

While

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5 ways to explore Cape Town on a budget



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With the easing of lockdown regulations to level 1 restrictions, South Africa is slowly starting to resume travel.

Cape Town Tourism’s Briony Brookes shares the five ways you can explore Cape Town on a budget:

Use the 50 things to do for under R50 list

The list showcases the budget-friendly options available for travellers. Highlights include hippo

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7 Innovative (But Simple) Ways Hotels Can Survive the Covid-19 Travel Crunch


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Before Covid-19 slammed the breaks on air travel, the revenue forecasts for the global hotel trade were looking rosy. Corporate travel expenditure alone was projected in some forecasts to grow into a $1.7 trillion industry mega-segment by 2023.

But, thanks to coronavirus, instead of harvesting one of the biggest revenue growth-spurts in the history of hotels,

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People find new ways to spend vacation money in today’s ‘homebody economy’

A pool in the backyard? A fresh coat of paint on the deck? For some people flush with funds from canceled vacations due to the coronavirus pandemic, that’s exactly the plan.

A new survey shows nearly one-third of homeowners are using money previously set aside for travel and spending it on home improvements — doing everything from small updates to large renovations.

What are people spending vacation money on?

Half

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Six Easy Ways to Go Above and Beyond for Your Houseguests

One of the great joys of staying in a luxury hotel is, well, the luxury. The staff put together a collection of small surprises that are designed to make you feel spoiled (think plush robes and slippers, daily newspaper deliveries, and treats left on your pillow). You look forward to these small indulgences, so why not give your houseguests the same treatment when they come to stay? As event planner

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Firm picked to find ways to improve air service within Idaho | Northwest

A firm that promised to quantify the number of potential airline passengers who are driving between cities in Idaho won the opportunity Wednesday to complete a study to see how the state can improve air service.

Mead & Hunt will charge no more than $50,000 to identify how Lewiston, Moscow, Boise, Coeur d’Alene, McCall, Twin Falls, Pocatello, Idaho Falls and Sun Valley can be more connected with air transportation.

The

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Shuttle or chauffeur? 5 ways to get from the airport to your hotel



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As the travel industry reopens following COVID-19 shutdowns, TPG suggests that you talk to your doctor, follow health officials’ guidance and research local travel restrictions before booking that next trip. We will be here to help you prepare,

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With festival cancelled, Windham-Campbell Prizes find new ways to celebrate

In a typical year, the 2020 recipients of Yale’s Windham-Campbell Literature Prizes would visit campus this month for a three-day festival to share their work and celebrate the written word with the local community. 

With this year’s festival cancelled due to the pandemic, the prize’s organizers have found a new way to honor the eight recipients and their craft. The celebration will instead combine an original lecture by a legendary

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‘Flights to nowhere’ and other ways travel junkies are getting their fix during coronavirus lockdowns

Whether it’s signing up for “flights to nowhere”, buying in-flight meals to eat at home or even just pretending to be on a plane for social media, travel junkies are going to extreme lengths to get their fix.

Turns out one of the big things that people miss while not being able to travel during the pandemic is actually flying on planes.

When tickets costing between $787 and $3,787 went

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Work-and-play offers from hotels, new ways to celebrate in Salem, and culinary tours in Norway

At The Whitney in Boston, check in to your guestroom — a.k.a. “your office” — as early as 8 a.m. Their office survival kit includes earbuds, spa facial mask, stress relief ball, break time meditation, and midday snacks with coffee and tea service. Cocktail time starts at 5 p.m. with a bottle of Prosecco and charcuterie board delivered to your room. No expiration date. Rates from $410 for overnight experience;

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11 Genius Ways To Travel The World When You’re Broke AF

Updated on Sep 2, 2020. Posted on Jul 31, 2015

Traveling can be expensive. But there are also lots of incredible ways to get around the globe when you basically have no money. Here are 11 ways to travel the world on a budget.

1. Try house sitting or pet sitting.


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The concept is simple: You stay in someone’s house while they’re away and do

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