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Teams arriving in Brazil for the World Cup have been greeted by cheering throngs.
POSTED |  09-06-2014
Michael Jackson's children spend up to US$8 million a year, according to the New York Post.
POSTED |  09-06-2014
Psy has tried out a fresh sound with a hip-hop tale of drunken debauchery co-starring American rapper Snoop Dogg.
POSTED |  09-06-2014
Allocating a separate economic and industrial zone in Chittagong for Chinese investors is under the Bangladesh government's consideration.
POSTED |  09-06-2014
US food industry is worried about a new Vermont state law requiring genetically modified foods to be labelled.
POSTED |  08-06-2014
Hedgehogs are steadily growing in popularity across the United States.
POSTED |  08-06-2014
Tokyo has given North Korea a list of roughly 470 Japanese nationals believed abducted by Pyongyang.
POSTED |  08-06-2014
Chinese special envoy Cai Wu attended the inauguration ceremony of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Saturday.
POSTED |  08-06-2014
The European Commission has launched the world's largest civilian research and innovation programme in robotics.
POSTED |  06-06-2014
Patients in the Chinese province of Guangzhou can now book their appointment ahead of time by smartphone.
POSTED |  06-06-2014
Coup has not dented international companies’ confidence in Thailand.
POSTED |  06-06-2014
A Ukrainian boy is facing hard time for stealing a cellphone because he has a large penis.
POSTED |  06-06-2014
Argentina has reached an agreement with the Club of Paris on the unpaid debt.
POSTED |  06-06-2014
Thailand's National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) is now on Facebook.
POSTED |  05-06-2014
The G7 summit has delivered Russia an ultimatum – stabilise east Ukraine or suffer more sanctions.
POSTED |  05-06-2014
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China now the biggest source of foreign tourists to Boston
China now the biggest source of foreign tourists to Boston
A record number of Chinese tourists visited Boston last year, dethroning the United Kingdom as the No.1 source of overseas tourists.
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