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Ping-Pong Diplomacy: Artifacts from the Historic 1971 U.S. Table Tennis Trip to China - The National Museum of American Diplomacy » In April 1971, nine players from the U.S. Table Tennis team took a historic trip to China, becoming the first delegation of Americans to visit the country Diplomacy.state.gov

Hong Kong Archives — Human Transit » Oct 8, 2012… They have an exclusive lane and in stopping every 500m or so they clearly complement both the faster subway and some of the buses alongside them … Humantransit.org

Bus service - King County, Washington » Travel options. /. Bus service. Bus service. Metro offers reliable and efficient bus service that operates in King County. With multiple service options like … Kingcounty.gov

New Hong Kong bus tour is meant to put people to sleep » The Sleeping Bus Tour is a 5-hour, 47-mile ride to nowhere on a double-decker bus. It's designed for people who are easily put to sleep on moving vehicles. Passengers can bring pillows and blankets. Keranews.org

Mini-bus language angst » When you take a “Public Light Bus” or mini-bus around Hong Kong, you have to call out to the driver when you want to be let off. And sure, you can just say in English “Next stop, … Expatlingo.wordpress.com

Floods swamp Hong Kong streets after record rainfall in wake of Super Typhoon Haikui » Residents criticize the government over the lack of early warning, and 2 people die. Rfa.org

High-speed bus crash turns deadly in Hong Kong » HONG KONG — At least 18 people died in a high-speed bus crash in Hong Kong on Saturday in one of the city’s worst traffic disasters in recent years. Television footage showed the mangled rema… Nypost.com

hong kong metro: five transfers?? — Human Transit » We'll be in Hong Kong Sep 9-11; remarkably, it will be my first visit. As you'd expect, I jumped onto Google looking for hotels that would be convenient to the rail line from the airport.  Yikes! That's the airport on the far left, on the Airport Express Line (AEL). Hong Kong boosters, help me out […] Humantransit.org

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