Spokesman Kevin Hall told The Press of Atlantic City Langford's trip will last about two weeks. However, Hall did not have the mayor's schedule or any information about who is paying for the trip.
Langford initially was scheduled to go to China in May. But the trip was delayed while the mayor worked to balance the city's budget.
The city still faces a budget deficit and the state recently rejected the city's bid to exceed a property tax cap by nearly $10 million.
Andrew Weber, who heads a Langford-connected political action committee, says Voters United NJ reimbursed the Asian-American Council in Flushing, N.Y., about $1,300 for the airfare.
Information from: The Press of Atlantic City, http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com