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Celebrating Chinese New Year 2018
Chinese New Year is one of the biggest Asian festivals to be recognized throughout the world. What better place to celebrate it than in one of the biggest Chinese territories out there. Hong Kong is host to a multitude of different things to enjoy. There’s even more to see during Chinese New Year, from parades to large feasts and more!

European Things that Confuse Americans
America and Europe may not be as different as night and day, but there are a lot of things in Europe that some Americans find curious even to this day. Some of these things may include the fact that a majority of stores close during Sundays. It might also be the fact that beer can be cheaper than actual water. Or that Europe is crazy about soccer. Some people are also curious as to why a dinner party in Paris can take a few hours. It may be strange and new to the American people, but the fun can be from learning and enjoying new experiences in the majestic continent.

Be In the Know of Global Travel Scams
Let’s face it, tourists make the best scam victims. Due to their mix of naivety to the local customs and prices mixed with their overall excitement to experience everything during their stay, swindling money from them can be as easy as taking candy from a baby. Arming yourself with the knowledge of some well-known scams and how they work can help you and your wallet fend off the money-hungry tricksters of the globe. From taxi fares to “free” accessories, it literally pays off to be mindful of these clever coin-snatching plots.

Best Things Are Free
“Do something you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” In this day and age, turning your hobby into a viable money-making business is now even more possible. If your hobby is to explore or even live in different and far-away countries, you might be surprised that you can make some money doing just that. From Instagram influencer to travel guidebook writer, there are quite a few of these positions available for those interested to look into them.

A Millennial’s Paradise
The beautiful island of Phu Quoc is like nothing you’ve heard or seen of in Vietnam, from the white sand shores to the bright, blue waters. With prices so cheap, people are expecting underemployed and debt-full millennials will want to enjoy their time here while paying a reasonable amount for everything from tasty seafood to places to spend the night.