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January 1, 1990 | T. R. REID, THE WASHINGTON POST
In every way but one, the slick new magazine that just hit the stands looks like every other travel mag you've picked up on airplanes and in doctors' offices. The articles consist of hyperbolic prose about "mountain splendor" and "natural wonders." The lavish color pictures show off Colorado's most scenic mountains, forests, rivers and national parks, and the advertisements promote hotels, restaurants, dude ranches and ski resorts.
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January 1, 1990 | T. R. REID, THE WASHINGTON POST
In every way but one, the slick new magazine that just hit the stands looks like every other travel mag you've picked up on airplanes and in doctors' offices. The articles consist of hyperbolic prose about "mountain splendor" and "natural wonders." The lavish color pictures show off Colorado's most scenic mountains, forests, rivers and national parks, and the advertisements promote hotels, restaurants, dude ranches and ski resorts.
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March 1, 1985 | JOHN O'DELL, Times Staff Writer
While on a business trip to China in the early 1930s, businessman Albert Quon's wife and the couple's 4-year-old granddaughter paid a visit to a busy Shanghai marketplace. The little girl, recalls importer Quon--who in 1929 founded Los Angeles-based Quon-Quon Inc.--seemed awestruck at the people-packed streets and the incredible bustle. As she tightened her grip on her grandmother's hand, Quon related, she blurted out: "China is a strange place . . . it's full of Chinese."
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