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Daily Telegraph
The perfect holiday in China - our expert's ultimate two-week itineraryLu. Or dress up and splash out on a cocktail at rooftop Sir Elly’s Terrace at T
The perfect holiday in China - our expert's ultimate two-week itinerary
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Lu. Or dress up and splash out on a cocktail at rooftop Sir Elly’s Terrace at The Peninsula (shanghai.peninsula.com). The Shanghai Museum is a 10-minute walk from the hotel and has a good audio-tour to navigate its trove of Chinese antiquities.... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Treasured 5,000-old Norwegian rock carving destroyed by well-meaning kidsa fist-sized hole. Even more cringe-worthy is a video of two small children gle
Treasured 5,000-old Norwegian rock carving destroyed by well-meaning kids
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 22 days ago
a fist-sized hole. Even more cringe-worthy is a video of two small children gleefully destroying a work of art in the Shanghai Museum of Glass in May. Nearby, their parents recorded the chaos on their phones. Perhaps there could be a silver... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
5,000-old Norwegian rock carving destroyed by well-meaning kidsa fist-sized hole. Even more cringe-worthy is a video of two small children gle
5,000-old Norwegian rock carving destroyed by well-meaning kids
Bangor Daily News / Posted 22 days ago
a fist-sized hole. Even more cringe-worthy is a video of two small children gleefully destroying a work of art in the Shanghai Museum of Glass in May. Nearby, their parents recorded the chaos on their phones. Perhaps there could be a silver... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Treasured 5,000-old Norwegian rock carving destroyed by well-meaning kidsa fist-sized hole. Even more cringe-worthy is a video of two small children gle
Treasured 5,000-old Norwegian rock carving destroyed by well-meaning kids
Chicago Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
a fist-sized hole. Even more cringe-worthy is a video of two small children gleefully destroying a work of art in the Shanghai Museum of Glass in May. Nearby, their parents recorded the chaos on their phones. Perhaps there could be a silver... Read more
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