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March 2, 2012

[portfolio_slideshow] Aircraft images courtesy of Boeing. Tokyo images from Dreamstime.com. Boeing’s new state-of-the-art 787 is making it possible for Japan Air Lines to launch non-stop flights this year from San Diego to Tokyo. For the first time in its history, San Diego will have a direct,.../ ➝

January 24, 2012

A roundup of the good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media THE WORLD IS TRAVELING According to the UN’s World Tourism Organization, the number of international tourist arrivals worldwide is on pace to hit 1 billion this year. Overall, international tourism was up 4.../ ➝

January 12, 2012

A roundup of the good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media. ​ TELLING YOU WHERE TO GO Travel writers love making lists. We all do it. And so does the New York Times. They’ve published a list of “The 45 Places to Go in 2012.” At the top of their [&hell.../ ➝

December 23, 2011

Last in a series [portfolio_slideshow] All images by Greg Gross and property of I’m Black and I Travel unless otherwise identified. All rights reserved. China can be enthralling, infuriating, fascinating, confounding, intimidating and enchanting. One visit in a lifetime may be enough for you &mdas.../ ➝

December 14, 2011

Ninth in a series [portfolio_slideshow] All images by Greg Gross and property of I’m Black and I Travel unless otherwise identified. All rights reserved. Suzhou and Tongli are about a couple hours’ drive outside of Shanghai. Together, they offer a look back in time into Chinese life as it wa.../ ➝

December 14, 2011

Eighth in a series The government wants to demolish an old soldier’s house to build an industrial park, but it’s been in his family for nine generations and he won’t budge. The standoff has made him a prisoner in his own home. Of all the regrets I have about my two-and-a-half-day l.../ ➝

December 14, 2011

After upgrading their Business Class section, one of Asia’s best airlines is turning its attention to the back of the airplane, all in response to competition from regional rivals. According to the British airline rating site Skytrax, there are exactly seven airlines in the world worthy of a 5.../ ➝

December 5, 2011

Seventh in a series For railroad enthusiasts, or folks who just like getting from Point A to Point B faster than anybody else in the world, the Shanghai Maglev Train is the ultimate E-ticket ride. Shanghai is a long way to go for a train ride, especially one that covers less than 20 miles and [&hell.../ ➝

December 5, 2011

Sixth in a series If people in Shanghai seem a little more driven than their countrymen, they have their reasons. They also have a history. You can learn a lot about folks from looking at the history of their home. Chinese from other parts of China seem to think that folks in Shanghai are a [&hellip.../ ➝

December 3, 2011

Fifth in a series [portfolio_slideshow] All images by Greg Gross and property of I’m Black and I Travel unless otherwise identified. All rights reserved. Shanghai is to Beijing what New York City is to Washington DC — rivalry and all. Some countries have not one national capital but two. One.../ ➝