The annual Overland Expo West conference is coming up this weekend in Flagstaff, Arizona, and Nissan decided to bring a totally decked-out, one-off concept based on the Frontier. Every year, offroad and outdoor enthusiasts show up at the Fort Tuthill County Park to celebrate adventuring out into the wilderness on roads less traveled. That of course includes camping and the need for a competent vehicle.
So what better way to show off the capability of Nissan's aging but still wholly capable Frontier, decked out in outdoor gear?
TAIPEI -- The most popular destination for overseas school trips among Japanese high schools was Taiwan in the 2016 school year, with the number of students traveling to the island increasing nearly 12 times in the past 10 years, knocking the United States off from the top excursion spot.
The Educational Tour Institute, a Tokyo-based public interest incorporated foundation that conducts research on school trips every year, has analyzed and released the data for the 2016 school year. Some 262 Japanese high schools chose Taiwan as their destination, with 41,878 students traveling to Japan's southwestern neighbor, while 254 schools -- 36,661 students -- visited the United States, including the islands of Guam and Saipan, for excursions.
A survey conducted by a Japanese organization has revealed that Japan tops the list of countries and territories Chinese people want to visit.
Every year, the Japan External Trade Organization, or JETRO, distributes its survey to relatively high income earners, between the ages of 20 and 49, in 6 major Chinese cities, including Beijing and Shanghai. This year, more than 1,200 people responded.