During the Christmas shopping season last year, I walked into a toy store in an American mall. After thoroughly looking around for a Christmas gift for my favorite nephew, exasperated, I finally had to ask a sales-clerk for help: “Where are your toy guns located? I can’t seem to...
Meetings between the Northern Marianas and the United States continued yesterday with discussions focusing on reforms put in place by the commonwealth to improve its immigration, labor and customs policies.
The largest travel wholesaler in Japan has projected a 0.1 percent increase in overseas Japanese travel for this year compared to 1998 brought about by the expected strong demand from family and middle age group travelers who were apparently less affected by the recession.
Legislators yesterday frowned on a proposed rate increase at the airport to repay some $53 million in debt owed by Commonwealth Ports Authority due to potential negative impact on the local tourism economy that has been battered already by plummeting tourist arrivals.