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Both United and Delta Airlines have round trip airfares travelling to and from Boise Idhao (BOI) and Beijing China (PEK) for $500, making 1 stop.

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Departs BOI: Monday thru Thursday from Aug 27 thru Dec 6 (except Oct 8-11, 15)
Returns wide and good availability, generally 7 day stay works best

Use dates and book it with your favorite and reputable OTA such as Expedia [expedia.com], Travelocity [travelocity.com], Priceline [priceline.com] or Hotwire [hotwire.com]. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money.

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Wow I wonder how many Chinese Idahoians are signing up for this deal! Interesting combo Serra!
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Wow I wonder how many Chinese Idahoians are signing up for this deal! Interesting combo Serra!
lmao... I was thinking the exact same thing.
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Wow I wonder how many Chinese Idahoians are signing up for this deal! Interesting combo Serra!
It's not the Idahoians visiting China, it's the Chinese visiting Idaho. Why would the Chinese come to America? For our cities? No. US cities are butt compared to Chinese cities. Like the Japanese before them, the big draw of the US are the rural areas. The "old west". That's the draw of coming to the US. To run around in cowboy boots and cowboy hats and play cowboy.

On another note, what's the booming Chinatown in the US? San Francisco? No. New York? No. It's Houston. Houston is the new hotspot of Chinese immigration in the US. It's just not Houston. More Chinese move to Nebraska each year than Mexicans. So I know you meant "Chinese Idahoians" as a joke. But it's more reality than most people realize.
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It's not the Idahoians visiting China, it's the Chinese visiting Idaho. Why would the Chinese come to America? For our cities? No. US cities are butt compared to Chinese cities. Like the Japanese before them, the big draw of the US are the rural areas. The "old west". That's the draw of coming to the US. To run around in cowboy boots and cowboy hats and play cowboy.

On another note, what's the booming Chinatown in the US? San Francisco? No. New York? No. It's Houston. Houston is the new hotspot of Chinese immigration in the US. It's just not Houston. More Chinese move to Nebraska each year than Mexicans. So I know you meant "Chinese Idahoians" as a joke. But it's more reality than most people realize.
Would that classify as an "Asian invasion"?
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Would that classify as an "Asian invasion"?
We can only hope. Every city with a large Chinese population is a boom town. Many Chinese immigrants come with a college degree and it's not uncommon for them to come with a suitcase full of money. It's funny, a barista at my local coffee shop is one of these Chinese immigrants. She drives a brand new Audi A8 and lives in a 2 million dollar house. Why is she working a minimum wage job at a coffee shop? Her parents are making her do it to teach her the value of honest labor. It's the Chinese way.
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