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What Makes Millennial, Gen Z Travelers From India and China So Different From Western Peers

Millennial and Gen Z travelers from India and China are avid and optimistic travelers. In the photo, three young women take a selfie on a smartphone. Tri Hua / Pexels Skift Take: With millennials pushing 40 years old and Gen Z entering the workforce, each of these generational cohorts will only grow in importance to […]

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Skift Global Forum Preview: Booking CEO Glenn Fogel Sees Cryptocurrency Potential

Glenn Fogel of Booking Holdings believes that new payment systems will go a long way in developing a more seamless travel experience. Pictured is Fogel at Fortune Brainstorm Tech. Fortune Brainstorm Tech / Skift Take: Whether it’s payments or overtourism, Booking Holdings CEO Glenn Fogel has a lot to say about — and a […]

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10 Reasons the Refract Festival is a Must-See

From October 17-20, the inaugural Refract: The Seattle Glass Experience will take place in and around Seattle. If you’re curious about what this is, and whether you should plan to attend (the answer is yes!), read on. First, a little background. The Seattle area has long been known as one of the top centers in the […]

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French Riviera on a budget

There’s plenty of fun to be had yacht cruising, casino crawling, and celebrity spotting, but the luxury and flashiness of Monte Carlo and Cannes represents a tiny, clichéd fraction of the South of France. Beyond the red carpet of the film festival, Nice’s Promenade des Anglais, and the Grimaldis’ Palace, there is a region filled […]

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Bikini Atoll beer prompts backlash

Texas-based Manhattan Project Beer Company is facing backlash following the release of a new beer named after Bikini Atoll, the site of numerous nuclear tests in the wake of World War II. Pacific Islanders who found the name offensive or insensitive called out the company on Twitter, and the Marshall Islands government weighed in disapprovingly. […]