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The first flight of China Southern Airlines is expected in Mauritius on June 28, the Office of Mauritian tourism said on Monday in Port Louis. A meeting was held in May 2014 in Mauritius between the Minister of Tourism and Recreation, Michael Sik Yuen, the Deputy Chairman of China National Tourism Administration Wang Zhifa, representatives of China Southern Airlines and other stakeholders of the Tourism industry. During the meeting, China Southern Airlines announced its intention to serve Mauritius at the end of June 2014 saw the growth of Chinese travelers to Mauritius.

What was initially an educational project by the students of the Lycée Labourdonnais and the School of the Centre became a literature search historique.

Dodo sandals (savat dodo or savat leponz in Mauritian Creole) have long been the favourite of Mauritians until sadly swept away by both new local and foreign brands.

A brief history of Mauritius Mauritius Island, discovered by the Arabs who named it Dina Arobi, was later occupied by the Dutch who in turn named it after their then prince Maurice Van Nassau.

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