For many executives and businesspeople, it’s been a long time since they were able to visit China. Quarantine expectations, paperwork, and the process of finding flights all add up to a relatively large expense, both in time and finances. But still, visiting the country is important—be it to see friends and family, or to check up on local operations. So, this week, we bring you two stories of travel to China. One, from Jack Kamensky, our senior director of business advisory services in Washington, who is traveling with USCBC president Craig Allen in China at the moment, and the other from Lance Yau, one of our business advisory services managers in Beijing, who recently visited family in Hong Kong and traveled back to the mainland after.