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Just in from China—young tourists
A couple gazes up at the northern lights from a mobile cabin on Finland’s Lake Inari

When Ronnie Hou finished her master’s degree last spring, her parents gave her a trip to Seattle—a city that has fascinated Hou since her teen years in the central Chinese province of Henan, when she got hooked on Grey’s Anatomy. “I love traveling!” says the 24-year-old, who’s planning a Christmas trip to New York City and after that, “Europe, Australia, Japan, Korea.”

Hou is part of an army of Chinese millennials that’s

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