When the going gets tough, people have the natural reaction to shut down — lay low and let the storm pass. No exception to that habit is how many here on island have reacted to the effect on Guam’s tourism, a significant part of our business, revenue and culture, in the wake of the current world politics and events that have highlighted Guam.
But it’s all wrong. Now is not the time to let leaders of governments and businesses hundreds of miles away dictate whether . . .
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