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Must-Reads for the Week Ending September 20, 2013

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The Telegraph's Soo Kim reports on plans to open a Jackie Chan theme park in Beijing. The best news? Admission is expected to be free. (Peter Schlesinger)

Skift takes a look at budget airline Ryanair's first foray into social media. Famously brash, the company is now tweeting with attitude. (P.S.)

I'm a sucker for commercials with nice music. This new Carnival Cruise Lines ad (the company's first TV spot since the Triumph debacle last spring) fits the bill. Showcasing Instagram photos from passengers, it is an upbeat step forward for the beleaguered cruise line. The New York Times reports. (P.S.)

This time-lapse video of Nevada's annual Burning Man festival takes viewers through the building, events, and deconstruction of this makeshift city in the Black Rock Desert. As seen on Mashable, shot by Jason Phipps. (Maria Pedone)

Are child-free flights the answer to more enjoyable air travel? Emma Rose Black of Huffington Post Travel investigates. (M.P.)

It may not be October yet, but Orlando is deeming haunted house season in full swing. Via USA Today. (M.P.)

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