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Trips Congressional travel between 08/16/2005 and 08/19/2005


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    No.Cost
    Trips Selected 169 $371,240
    Approved by Republicans 114 $229,540
    Approved by Democrats 55 $141,700


View Details / PDF Traveler/ Dates Sponsor Approver Destination/ Purpose Cost
View trip details View original PDF Bradley, Neil Leighton
08/08/05-08/19/05
World Vision Inc. Blunt, Rep. Roy (-MO)
Zambia
Observe HIV-AIDS, orphan support, child support, food support and micro-credit programs in Zambia sp... more
$3,629.70
View trip details View original PDF Bradley, Katherine Anne (Kiki)
08/08/05-08/19/05
World Vision Inc. Hastert, Rep. Denny (-IL)
Zambia
Fact-finding
$3,629.70
View trip details View original PDF Huynh, Wong Quy
08/07/05-08/22/05
Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs - U.S.-Asia Institute Baucus, Sen. Max (-MT)
Beijing, ChinaCultural Mecca - Inner Mongolia, China - ... more
Fact-finding trip to China on trade issues
$12,500.00
View trip details View original PDF Hopson, Elisha W. (Eli)
08/07/05-08/17/05
U.S.-China Policy Foundation Boehlert, Rep. Sherry (-NY)
Beijing, ChinaCultural Mecca
To learn more about the political, social, business, and natural environment in China, and how it is... more
$3,302.00
View trip details View original PDF Miller, Jonathan N.
08/07/05-08/22/05
U.S.-Asia Institute Sarbanes, Sen. Paul (-MD)
China
Meetings with numerous government officials regarding trade, housing, and economic issues
$8,878.00
View trip details View original PDF Bounds, Tucker S.
08/07/05-08/22/05
U.S.-Asia Institute Smith, Sen. Gordon (-OR)
China
Participation in an exchange program to promote mutual understanding between the United States and t... more
$8,968.00
View trip details View original PDF Kirkham, Peter Andrew (Pete)
08/06/05-08/21/05
Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs - U.S.-Asia Institute Cole, Rep. Tom (-OK)
Beijing, ChinaCultural Mecca - Shanghai, China - ... more
This trip was approved under the Mutual Education and Cultural Exchange Act. Its purpose was to disc... more
$9,580.00
View trip details View original PDF Larkin, Kellie
08/06/05-08/21/05
Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs - U.S.-Asia Institute Gutiérrez, Rep. Luis (-IL)
Beijing, ChinaCultural Mecca - Shanghai, China - ... more
Policy meetings with government officials in each location; met with businessmen, academics and stud... more
$9,580.00
View trip details View original PDF Mills, Edward J.M. (Ed)
08/06/05-08/22/05
Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs - U.S.-Asia Institute Maloney, Rep. Carolyn (-NY)
Beijing, ChinaCultural Mecca - Harbin, China - ... more
An educational exchange to learn more about the economy, the people, culture and government of China
$9,278.00
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