Postcard Press Picks: Yang’s Fry Dumplings

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If you’re planning to visit Shanghai, China, then you’ll want to indulge in one of the city’s signature dishes at Yang’s Fry Dumplings.

Postcard Press Picks: Worth It

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This Postcard Press Pick may not seem like a travel show in the traditional sense, but BuzzFeed’s Worth It is worth a watch.

Postcard Press Picks: For Traveling to Shanghai

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Shanghai is the most populous and cosmopolitan city in China. This Postcard Press Pick for traveling to Shanghai will help you prepare for your trip.

Postcard Press Picks: NYT’s “36 Hours in…”

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Have a short trip ahead? If you haven’t already discovered The New York Times’ “36 Hours in…” series, then this Postcard Press pick is for you.

Postcard Press Picks: For Traveling to Vietnam

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Vietnam offers a unique and immersive experience that’s sure to be unforgettable. Postcard Press’s picks for traveling to Vietnam will help you prepare.

Marrakech, Morocco

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Nicole sends a postcard from Marrakech, Morocco, highlighting its abundance of culture, found especially in the Jemaa el Fna.

Postcard Press Picks: No Passport Required

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Postcard Press picks No Passport Required, a new series on PBS that seeks to explore and understand America’s immigrant communities through food.

Six Ways to Make the Most of a Disappointing Destination

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It’s inevitable that at some point in your travels you’ll end up in a place that just not a good fit. But it’s important not to get discouraged. You can still enjoy the rest of your trip! Here are six ways to make the most of a disappointing destination.

How to Be a Respectful Traveler—and Not The Ugly American

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Want to ensure your experience abroad is rewarding for everyone involved and you aren’t perpetuating the stereotype of The Ugly American—a loud, rude, critical, self-centered tourist? Being a respectful traveler comes down to two things: education and, of course, respect.