Business: TRAVEL IN THE FAR EAST

OF his travels to the Far East, Author Lafcadio Hearn wrote in 1904: "Here, all is enchantment. You have entered bodily into Fairyland—into a world that is not and never can be your own. You have been transported out of your century into an era forgotten, back to something as ancient as Nineveh." In 1956 nearly 75,000 U.S. visitors, more than ever before, will journey to the Far East looking for some of the same enchantment. The main travel spots:

India, where U.S. tourists will find one of the world's oldest cultures and some...

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