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Prince William Wraps Up Week Long Visit to Japan and China

Prince William wrapped up a week-long tour of Japan and China yesterday. His trip was widely considered a success; however, on his last day in China it was revealed that the elephants in the Wild Elephant Valley sanctuary were forced to perform less than a mile from where the Prince was staying. 34 more words

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Prince of England Visits Japan

Prince William, the British Duke of Cambridgeshire, spent several days in Japan away from wife Kate Middleton and son George. The Duke played in a ball pit with children, attended a tea ceremony, visited sites of the Sendai Tsunami, tried on traditional Japanese clothes and samurai armour and more. 354 more words


The Duke of Cambridge is the wrong man for China - Telegraph

I disagree strongly with this article in the Telegraph. In my view, it’s deliberately headline catching and pompous.

via The Duke of Cambridge is the wrong man for China – Telegraph… 92 more words


Prince William Meets China's President Xi Jinping Who Invites The Queen To Visit China

Duke of Cambridge succeeds in major thawing of relations between Beijing and Royal family by gaining an unexpected audience with President Xi Jinping in Beijing… 882 more words

Prince William: DAY THREE in Japan

The Duke of Cambridge was transformed into a samurai warlord when he visited the set of a long-running Japanese drama on his third day in Japan. 627 more words

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Samurai Prince William escapes wig ordeal

Prince William was transformed into a samurai warlord, but escaped the ordeal of wearing a wig, as he visited Japan’s public broadcaster NHK. 241 more words

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Prince William ~ Home for dinner by 5pm

It always makes me itch when people say the royal don’t work. Silly gooses.

William starts his new job as an Ambulance pilot this summer. He will be employed by Bond Air Services, which operates two helicopters on behalf of the charity based in Cambridge and Norwich, serving Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk. 345 more words