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Must Haves to Carry While Holidaying

There is never a reason for not standing out or making a fashion statement, say designers

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Must Haves to Carry While Holidaying
Must Haves to Carry While Holidaying. Pixabay

You may be out for a leisure trip or for work but there are always some must haves which you should carry in your bag when you travel. From sunglasses, shoes to scarves, designers list a few must haves when on vacation.

There is never a reason for not standing out or making a fashion statement, say designers.

Here is what vacationers should carry in their travel bags:

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Representational image. Pixabay

Aditi Holani: A must carry for travelling is some sunscreen, glasses, a black jacket so that you can translate any attire into a formal. Also carry a tote bag which goes perfect with a day out and a pair of swede shoes that go with the clothes you plan to wear.

Sounia Gouhil: I will recommend carrying a good pair of sun glasses, your make up kit, a sanitizer, kajal, a writing pad, a pen, mobile and a hand towel. Carry a scarf or stole adding to your fashion statement. A chic hat will also come handy if you are out in the sun or on a beach destination.

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Shouger Merchant Doshi: I think it is important to pay attention to the destination. Carry comfortable clothes and sports shoes when you have adventure on your mind. If you are out for a beach destination bikini tops, fancy swim wear will come in handy. (Bollywood Country)

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China Issues An Advisory To Its Citizens About Travel To Canada

The retrial prompted Canada to update its travel advisory for China, warning citizens to "exercise a high degree of caution in China"

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The Canadian national flag flies above the Canadian embassy in Beijing, China, Jan. 15, 2019. VOA

China issued an advisory to its citizens Tuesday, urging them to “fully assess the risks of travel” to Canada after a Chinese executive was arrested in the North American country.

China’s Foreign Ministry said Canada recently “arbitrarily detained” a Chinese national, a reference to Chinese executive Meng Wanzhou.

Meng, the chief financial officer at Huawei, a global telecommunications conglomerate, was arrested on December 1 at the request of the United States.

Meng was charged with conspiring to defraud banks through transactions that violated U.S. sanctions against Iran. She denies the allegations.

 

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People are escorted out of the court registry by a B.C. sheriff after the B.C. Supreme Court bail hearing of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, who was released on a $10 million bail in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. VOA

 

Meng was released on bail in Vancouver and could be extradited to the U.S.

The travel advisory is the latest sign of escalating tensions between Canada and China.

Two Canadian citizens were detained in China after Meng’s arrest. And on Monday, a court in northeastern China sentenced Canadian Robert Lloyd Schellenberg to death for drug smuggling in a hastily-arranged one-day retrial. Schellenberg had been sentenced to 15 years in prison back in November on the drug conviction.

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China has denied the trials are linked to Meng’s situation.

The retrial prompted Canada to update its travel advisory for China, warning citizens to “exercise a high degree of caution in China due to the risk of arbitrary enforcement of local laws.” (VOA)