Thursday, November 27, 2014   

More Vietnam tours cancelled
(05-22 12:09)

The Travel Industry Council says more tours to Vietnam are being cancelled following last week's deadly anti-China protests.
Twenty-five tours due to depart before June 3 are being cancelled, affecting around 450 people.
The council's executive director, Joseph Tung Yiu-chung, says a meeting will be held next Thursday to decide what should happen after June 3. --RTHK   
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