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Chinese Language (Mandarin) tour operator in the States?

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I'm looking for a Mandarin tour operator in the US (or any tour operator that provides tours in Mandarin). I have a couple colleagues coming in from the Beijing branch of my company this summer and am looking for an operator I can set up all my tours with (they want to hit the big cities of NYC, DC, and LA, but I also want them to visit Chicago, San Francisco, and Boston). I won't be able to accompany them on the entire trip, and my Mandarin skills aren't good enough to give a tour (nor have I been to LA or SF), so I'm looking for an operator that would be able to provide private, Mandarin-language tours to my colleagues. Native speakers would be preferred.

Thanks!

auchris

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