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Boeing Future of Flight is one of Washington State's premier aerospace attractions, welcoming guests to enjoy the Boeing Everett Factory Tour, Gallery, Sky Deck and Boeing Store. Boeing Future of Flight is located in Mukilteo, WA next to Paine Field and the Boeing Everett Factory, just 25 miles north of downtown Seattle.

Step inside the world's largest factory for a behind-the-scenes look at the Boeing Everett Factory and 777 assembly line. Each tour is an 80-minute guided experience with a front row view of current airplane production, the Everett site’s history, and the central role it plays in the future of commercial aviation. Tours are available Thursday–Monday.

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James S. McDonnell Prologue Room Air and Space History Exhibit in St. Louis

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The James S. McDonnell Prologue Room Air and Space History Exhibit showcases the pioneers of aviation, their achievements and those of the thousands of workers who turned dreams into reality. The Prologue Room is located in the Boeing-St. Louis headquarters adjacent to Lambert-St. Louis International airport. The Prologue Room is open for self-guided tours weekdays during June, July and August only. Guided tours are available to groups of 10 or more throughout the year.

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Boeing Studio

Made to move you — step into the studio to enjoy a journey through innovation and achievement that will leave you feeling inspired.

Now Showing: “747: Queen of the Skies” — immerse yourself in the remarkable history of the Boeing 747 with hundreds of photos, historic films and footage from the recent sendoff of the last of her kind.

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Continue your visual journey in the Gallery—make your way through the 747 Exhibit to learn more about the iconic aircraft, where it was assembled and the “Incredibles” who made it all happen.

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Private Transportation to the Boeing Factory Tour

Take a behind-the-scenes look at the Boeing Everett Factory and 777 assembly line.

STANDARD: Approximately 4.5 hours with transportation (customizable) PRICE: STARTING AT $165.00 per person Book Now

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Step inside the world's largest factory for a behind-the-scenes look at the Boeing Everett Factory and 777 assembly line. Each tour is an 80-minute guided experience with a front row view of current airplane production, the Everett site’s history and the central role it plays in the future of commercial aviation.

Please note: This is private transportation. The tour itself is done by Boeing and is public.

  • ~10 minute theater presentation
  • ~30 minute factory tour of 777 and 787
  • ~12 minute bus ride to factory
  • ~12 minute bus ride to Future of Flight
  • Restricted items, safety requirements and more information about the tour is located at this link.
  • Children must be at least 4 feet (122 cm) tall to go on the tour.
  • Carrying children on the tour is not allowed for safety reasons.
  • Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • No purses, handbags, waist pouches or backpacks
  • No binoculars and electronics including cameras, video equipment or drones
  • No phones or tablets
  • No food or drinks
  • No smoking or vaping
  • More Information Can Be Found At The Following Link  https://www.boeingfutureofflight.com/tour

$165 Per Person with a $1,130 minimum to run tour

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Half Day Experience (5 Hours)

Welcome to the Boeing Everett Factory, the ultimate insider's peek into the world's largest airplane manufacturing hub! Join us for an exciting 80-minute guided tour that puts you right in the heart of the action.

Get ready to witness the birth of incredible airplanes on the 777 assembly line, learn about the rich history of the Everett site, and discover the pivotal role it plays in shaping the future of commercial aviation.

Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to be part of aviation history – book your tour now!"

Introducing the Ultimate Boeing Adventure!

🚗 Private Transportation: Enjoy a comfy ride for your group, any size.

👨‍✈️ Tour Guide Driver: Your personal expert throughout the entire journey.

✈️ Future of Flight Museum: Explore the coolest Boeing innovations and services!

🚁 Drones: Fun for ages 7 and up.

🌟 Sky Deck: Take in breathtaking views of Paine Field, the Boeing Everett Factory, and the North Cascades.  

🛍️ Boeing Store: Shop for stylish Boeing gear, from jackets to caps, plus amazing model planes and aviation treasures.  

🏭 Factory Tour: We'll dive into the standard 80-minute factory tour.

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📏 Height Requirement: Your little ones need to be at least 4 feet (122 cm) tall to join in on the fun.

🚫 No Kids on Shoulders: To keep everyone safe, we kindly ask that you don't carry children during the tour. We've got their safety at heart.

🎒 Hands-Free Magic: Get ready for a truly hands-free experience. Don't worry about your stuff; we've got you covered with complimentary lockers available in the lobby.

❌ Leave It Behind: Remember, no purses, handbags, waist pouches, or backpacks are allowed. Phones, tablets, food, and drinks should stay back too. Let's keep this adventure flowing smoothly!

Get ready for an incredible adventure, and we'll see you soon! 🎉

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How To Tour Boeing Everett Factory, The World's Largest Building

See the cutting edge of innovation and see the world's largest factory on this Boeing tour in Seattle.

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The largest building in the world is the sprawling Boeing Everett Factory in Washington State near Seattle. Visiting one of the largest and most advanced factories in the world is educational as well as an unusual activity to enjoy while on holiday. Visitors to Boeing Everett Factory can learn about the cutting-edge innovation of Boeing that produces around half of the world's large commercial jets.

It's not just Boeing offering factory tours of its factories. Ford is another of America's leading car companies that led the world with standardization and the assembly line in the early dates of the automobile that made cars affordable for the average American. Today the Ford Rouge Factory is also open for tours for those visiting Detroit in the heart of America's Rust Belt.

The Boeing Everett Factory was built in 1967 to build the venerable Boeing 747 (Jumbo Jet) and has been expanded multiple times to build other aircraft like the 767, the 777, and the 787 (Dreamliner). The last Boeing 747 is scheduled to be built in 2022 (as a freighter version, not a passenger version). Very large double-decker aircraft like the Boeing 747 and Airbus A380 are not economical and are now out of production.

The 787 Dreamliner is no longer built in the Boeing Everett Factory as a result of cost-cutting measures in the wake of the pandemic. Now the innovative Dreamliner is built only at Boeing's factory in South Carolina (not all of Boeing's operations are in Washington State).

  • Built: 1967 (Expanded Multiple Times)
  • Largest Building: By Volume
  • Volume: 13,385,378 m3 (472,370,319 cu ft)
  • Employees: Over 30,000

The world's largest airplane factory may not be something that most would think of as a tourist destination. But Boeing has been offering factory tours since it rolled out its first 747 Jumbo Jet in 1968.

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Visitors can explore The Boeing Store, the theater, and the Future of Flight Aviation Center. They discover Boeing's future products and services and the Boeing Future of Flight's Legacy of Innovation and Above and Beyond exhibits. Visitors can interact with the Destiny Module and Drones and Robotics experiences.

Visitors can participate in their Summer Scavenger Hunt. It is a special scavenger hunt focused on learning about sustainability and how Boeing uses renewable power to be more environmentally friendly. Ask the staff for details when one arrives.

The Boeing Backstage Pass - The Everett Factory is a must-see at their Boeing Theater. It includes the General Admission (which provides access to the Gallery and Sky Deck).

  • Boeing Backstage Show Times: 10.00 am, 11.30 am, 1.30 pm, 3.00 pm

Aviation sits at the cutting edge of technology and employs some of the most advanced and futuristic technology available today. The future of aviation is one of constant change and innovation. The future of air travel may include a return to supersonic flight and also moving towards being environmentally friendly. Boeing's competitor, Airbus, has announced a place to build the world's first zero-emission commercial aircraft by 2035 using hydrogen technologies.

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Note that as of the time of writing (September 2022), the Boeing Factory Tour is closed, and there is no projected reopening date this time. Feel free to sign up for Boeing's newsletter to receive the latest updates. Some of their attractions are still open, but hopefully, they will be offering full tours by the time one visits Seattle again.

Boeing Future of Flight - General Admission:

  • Includes: Galley & Sky Deck
  • Adult: $12.00 (Aged 16+)
  • Youth: $6.00 (Aged 6 to 15)

Boeing Backstage Pass:

  • Adult: $20.00 (Aged 16+)
  • Youth: $10.00 (Aged 6 to 15)

Operating Hours:

  • Thursday to Monday: 9.30 am to 5.00 pm
  • Tuesday & Wednesday: Closed (also closed Thanksgiving, Dec 24, Dec 25, Dec 31, Jan 1)

Finally, visit their store. It is open for in-store shopping Thursday through Monday from 9.30 am to 5.00 pm. One can get Boeing apparel like jackets, hoodies, caps, etc. Purchase scale models and various aviation collectibles.

There are different exhibits and things to see at Boeing; they also have exhibits coming soon, like their Confident Travel Initiative. It is a global effort to make flights safe, healthy, and efficient for passengers and crew. Learn about healthy travel tips, research, and various technologies in development.

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Experience the modern marvel of commercial jet production on this one-of-a-kind tour.  Includes admission to the Boeing Future of Flight factory tour and guided transport to and from downtown Seattle.

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Pike Place Market Food & Culture Tour

Join us on an intimate guided food tour of the world-famous Pike Place Market as we explore the back alleys, narrow corridors, and tiny storefronts in search of our favorite places.

Early-Bird Food Tour of Pike Place Market

Early birds are rewarded with this food and culture tour of Seattle’s most famous attraction!  This intimate and tasty tour gives you a valuable a head start on the crowd of 30,000 people who visit the Market each day.

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Experience the best of the city with a small group of no more than 14 guests! Great way to get to know all of Seattle in a short amount of time, we’ll explore all the major attractions and give you a glimpse into the charming neighborhoods that make Seattle unique.

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End your cruise vacation with our award-winning 3 hour Show Me Seattle City Highlights Tour. Cruise pickup and airport dropoff included. Got time to kill before your flight? Add on a Blast Pass to The Space Needle and shopping at Pike Place Market!

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We made several stops where we got out of the van, including a lengthy tour of the Ballard Locks led by our guide. Our tour guide, Lucky, was extremely knowledgeable and made the tour exceptional. The tour gave us a great overview of the history of Seattle, its culture and its many interesting sites. I would highly recommend the tour.

Truly the best part of our trip to Seattle. Seattle Food Tour was yummy and the information was great, Marcia has so much energy and definitely knows her way around the market. I look forward to doing another tour in the future.

The Pike Place Market food tour was fantastic. And Lucky Lane, our tour guide, was super entertaining and helpful, providing us with additional tips for visiting Seattle and dropping us near places of interest, e.g. space needle, on the way back.

We only had a couple of days in Seattle and this tour gave us a comprehensive overview of all of the major sights of the city. Our guide Dave (Elvis) was brilliant. Friendly, funny and wonderfully informative about the city. Thank you for a lovely tour and great value for money.

Dave (Elvis) picked us up on time in a nice comfortable mid-sized coach. When we arrived at Boeing a Dreamlifter was just about to take off and he made sure we got to the roof to see it and video it. He made sure we understood the processes and procedures involved in the tour. The factory is engineering on a huge scale and we saw the production lines for 747, 777 and Dreamliner. An excellent trip all round.

Simply AMAZING!!!!!! Great food tour! Had such a fantastic time! The walking is very doable and the scenery of the market is amazing!

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10 Ultimate Seattle To Vancouver Road Trip Itinerary

  • Take a road trip from Seattle to Vancouver for stunning coastal vistas, outdoor adventure, and charming towns along the scenic route.
  • Explore Olympic National Park's old-growth forests, tour the Boeing Factory in Everett, and relax on Whidbey Island's beautiful beaches.
  • Don't miss Chuckanut Drive's breathtaking coastal views, Campbell Valley Regional Park for hiking, and the charming fishing village of Steveston.

Winding along Washington's rugged Pacific coastline and through scenic mountains and farmland, this 130-mile road trip between Seattle and Vancouver offers glimpses of the region's natural beauty and diverse attractions. It even includes many of the stops on the scenic Amtrak Cascades train route from Seattle to Vancouver .

Stops include hiking Olympic National Park's old-growth forests, touring the Boeing commercial jet factories, exploring the Lake Chelan shores in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, and taking in Whidbey Island's laid-back charm. The cost to visit Vancouver ranges from budget-friendly to luxurious, depending on visitors’ travel style and preferences, but for budget-minded travelers, there are also plenty of cheap vacation spots in Vancouver , such as Granville Island, Gastown, and Chinatown.

Naturally, many travelers enjoy the route from Seattle to Vancouver, as it showcases some of the most beautiful scenery on the West Coast of the USA as tourists head up toward Canada. Outdoor adventure, coastal vistas, and charming towns await along this picturesque international route. Here is the ultimate road trip itinerary for Seattle to Vancouver road trippers, detailing the top stops along the way.

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Olympic National Park

Located along Washington's rugged Pacific coastline, Olympic National Park is a highlight of any Seattle to Vancouver road trip.

Sprawling over 3.8 million acres , the area is filled with alpine meadows, old-growth forests, and over 60 miles of pristine beaches displaying the park's awe-inspiring ocean vistas and mountain scenery.

  • Fee: $30 per vehicle , valid for 7 days
  • Hurricane Ridge Road Operational Months: Late May to mid-October

Boeing Factory Tour

About an hour's drive north of Seattle lies the city of Everett, home of the world’s largest factory, The Boeing Everett Factory . Here, visitors can go on a behind-the-scenes tour of the commercial aircraft manufacturing facility. Visitors see firsthand where iconic planes like the 747, 767, 777, and 787 are constructed.

Those planning a trip to Vancouver who stop by the Boeing Factory Tour will have front-of-the-line access to aviation history and the construction of aircraft.

  • Operating Days: Thursday through Monday,
  • Admission Fees: $12 (Gallery & Sky Deck)

Tours for the Boeing Everett Factory, including the general admission tour, are $33

Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest

Sprawling over 3.8 million acres of mountainous terrain, the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest offers a variety of outdoor recreation along the northern section of the road trip route between Seattle and Vancouver.

Highlights include visiting the scenic Lake Wenatchee area, hiking trails around Leavenworth , and exploring the majestic landscape near Lake Chelan with swimming or kayaking.

  • Entry is free

Seasonal wildfire hazards may temporarily restrict access to some trails

Whidbey Island

Accessed via a short ferry ride from Port Townsend across Puget Sound, Whidbey Island is another one of the best stops for a Seattle to Vancouver itinerary. It has a laid-back island charm with beautiful beaches, quaint towns, picturesque farmland, and shorelines.

History buffs can tour the historic naval station in Oak Harbor, the Naval Air Station Whidbey Island (NASWI), or visit the antique shops of Langley.

  • Ferry fee: Varies on the date, transport method, and vehicle size

Weekends and summers are the busiest seasons for ferry travel. Also, Greenbank Farm is an educational spot for seeing heritage livestock.

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Chuckanut Drive

North of Bellingham lies the scenic Chuckanut Drive , which is one of the best stops from Seattle to Vancouver on a road trip, as it's renowned for its breathtaking coastal vistas.

Winding for 22 miles along steep coastal bluffs above the shores of Samish Bay, this nationally recognized scenic byway weaves through verdant forest with periodic overlooks of the water and islands below. A relaxing morning leading to an afternoon drive to take in the area's natural beauty makes way for a peaceful journey.

Cyclists are often along the route, and there are periodic areas of narrow roads.

Campbell Valley Regional Park

Located east of Abbotsford, Campbell Valley Regional Park is another one of the best road trip stops from Seattle to Vancouver for an afternoon picnic. Its 1,444 acres offer extensive hiking trails that wind through forests and meadows, with the Cascade Mountains rising to the east.

The park's camping facilities and extensive recreational amenities make it an ideal nature explorers' base camp, found a little over halfway between Seattle and Vancouver.

  • Operating Hours: September 26 to November 6: 7 am-7 pm​​​, November 7 to December 31: 7 am-5 pm​

Camping reservations are recommended during peak season, but be sure to book campsites early.

Edmonds is found between Seattle and Everett along Puget Sound’s shoreline. It charms visitors with its historic downtown waterfront and the pier walking trails that give views of sailboats and frequent whale sightings.

Things to do in Vancouver after the trip include hiking in Stanley Park, visiting the Vancouver Aquarium, and taking a ferry to Granville Island.

  • Seattle/Edmonds Whale Watching Tours Tickets: Adults $145, Children from 2 to 10 $105

Many local restaurants serve fresh fish here, with shoreline dining available.

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Mount Vernon

The oldest city of Skagit County ’s river towns, Mount Vernon is known for its tulip fields that attract thousands of visitors each spring. Though the tulip festival spans just a few weeks each April, it's still worthwhile visiting the surrounding Skagit Valley anytime to take in the pastoral farmland scenery.

Drives through the countryside dotted with barn murals and bulb farms leave room for much more to explore.

  • Tulip Town Park: free
  • Best Time for Tulip Views: Mid-April

Bellingham And Fairhaven

Surrounded by mountains and waterways, Bellingham is the ideal spot to spend a night near the end of the Seattle to Vancouver road trip route. Its international airport also makes timely connections convenient if one needs to cut the trip short. One of the best places to visit in Bellingham is Whatcom Falls Park, which is superb for a stroll and picnic.

Also, another spot near Bellingham is Fairhaven ; an afternoon spent here reveals its bookstores, cafés, and marina.

  • Whatcom Falls Park : Entry is free

For those continuing onward from Bellingham into Canada, the charming fishing village of Steveston on the South Arm of the Fraser River near Richmond provides relaxing scenery with a fresh outdoor atmosphere. The boardwalk runs along the waterfront lined with restaurants, shops, and fishing boats.

A stroll through the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site educates visitors about its fully restored 1930s-era salmon cannery .

  • Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site Fees: $12.50 for adults

On weekends and busy times, expect limited availability for parking downtown

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Chinese premier promises more pandas and urges Australia to put aside differences

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Chinese Premier Li Qiang on Sunday promised a new pair of giant pandas to a zoo and urged Australia to set aside its differences with Beijing at the outset of the first visit to the country by China’s second-highest ranking leader in seven years.

China’s most powerful politician after President Xi Jinping arrived late Saturday in Adelaide, the capital of South Australia state, which has produced most of the Australian wine entering China since crippling tariffs were lifted in March that had effectively ended a 1.2 billion Australian dollar ($790 million) a year trade since 2020.

Li’s trip has focused so far on the panda diplomacy, rebounding trade including wine and recovering diplomatic links after China initiated a reset of the relationship in 2022 that had all but collapsed during Australia’s previous conservative administration’s nine years in power.

Relations tumbled over legislation that banned covert foreign interference in Australian politics, the exclusion of Chinese-owned telecommunications giant Huawei from rolling out the national 5G network due to security concerns, and Australia’s call for an independent investigation into the causes of and responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Beijing imposed an array of official and unofficial trade blocks in 2020 on a range of Australian exports including coal, wine, beef, barley and wood that cost up to AU$20 billion ($13 billion) a year.

All the trade bans have now been lifted except for Australian live lobster exports. Trade Minister Don Farrell predicted that impediment would also be lifted soon after Li’s visit with Chinese Commerce Minister Wang Wentao.

Foreign Minister Penny Wong said Li’s visit was the result of “two years of very deliberate, very patient work by this government to bring about a stabilization of the relationship and to work towards the removal of trade impediments.”

“We will cooperate where we can, we will disagree where we must and we will engage in our national interest,” Wong said before joining Li at Adelaide Zoo, which has been home to China-born giant pandas Wang Wang and Fu Ni since 2009.

Li announced that the zoo would be loaned another two pandas after the pair are due to return to China in November.

“China will soon provide another pair of pandas that are equally beautiful, lively, cute and younger to the Adelaide Zoo, and continue the cooperation on giant pandas between China and Australia,” Li said in Mandarin, adding that zoo staff would be invited to “pick a pair.”

Wong thanked Li for ensuring that pandas would remain the zoo’s star attraction.

“It’s good for the economy, it’s good for South Australian jobs, it’s good for tourism, and it is a signal of goodwill, and we thank you,” Wong said.

Li’s visit is the first to Australia by a Chinese premier in seven years and marks an improvement in relations since Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s center-left Labor Party was elected in 2022.

Li noted that Albanese in November was the first Australian prime minister to visit China since 2016.

“China-Australia relations were back on track after a period of twists and turns,” Li said on arrival on Saturday, according to a translation released by the Chinese Embassy in Australia on Sunday. “History has proven that mutual respect, seeking common ground while shelving differences and mutually beneficial cooperation are the valuable experience in growing China-Australia relations.”

Hundreds of pro-China demonstrators, human rights protesters and democracy activists gathered outside the zoo before Li’s visit.

Among the protesters was former Hong Kong lawmaker Ted Hui, who fled to Australia three years ago to avoid a prison sentence for his activism. He said the panda offer was a cynical move to soften China’s image and to distract from the government’s human rights failings.

“It’s a public relations move by the Chinese regime and, disappointingly, the Australian government is reciprocating by welcoming him and shaking hands,” Hui said.

Hui said Li showed cowardice by entering the zoo by a rear entrance while most of the protesters and China supporters had gathered at the main entrance. But Hui and other protesters were able to shout slogans at Li from a distance inside the zoo.

Li’s agenda became more contentious after he left Adelaide and arrived in the national capital, Canberra, late Sunday for Parliament House meetings on Monday with Albanese and other political figures. Li will visit a Chinese-controlled lithium processing plant in resource-rich Western Australia state on Tuesday.

Albanese has said he will raise with Li recent clashes between the two countries’ militaries in the South China Sea and Yellow Sea that Australia argues endangered Australian personnel.

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Albanese will also raise the fate of China-born Australian democracy blogger Yang Hengjun, who was given a suspended death sentence by a Beijing court in February. Australia is also concerned for Hong Kong-Australia dual national Gordon Ng, who was among 14 pro-democracy activists convicted by a Hong Kong court last month for national security offenses.

Li’s visit to Tianqi Lithium Energy Australia’s processing plant south of the Western Australia capital of Perth will underscore China’s interest in investing in critical minerals. The plant produces battery-grade lithium hydroxide for electric vehicles.

Australia shares U.S. concerns over China’s dominance in the critical minerals, which are essential components in the world’s transition to renewable energy sources.

Citing Australia’s national interests, Treasurer Jim Chalmers recently ordered five Chinese-linked companies to divest their shares in the rare earth mining company, Northern Minerals.

Asked if Chinese companies could invest in processing critical minerals in Australia, Wong replied that Australia’s foreign investment framework was “open to all.”

“We want to grow our critical minerals industry,” Wong said.

Australia is the second stop of Li’s tour after New Zealand, and will end in Malaysia.

AP video producer Caroline Chen and writer Ken Moritsugu in Beijing contributed to this report.

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