I may have been asleep on my watch but I discovered by accident that a group of Welsh MPs are toiling on our behalf in China this week.
The publicity-shy Welsh Affairs Committee decided not to let journalists know in advance about their vital fact-finding mission.
Apparently, MPs on the committee did discuss advance publicity but decided against it.
They were also sensitive to questions about why they were going so far on taxpayers' money.
They also decided that rather than be followed by cameras and microphones they'd prefer to return with results they could then discuss in the comfort of Westminster. A discussion that would take place any pictures of their visit, which is something of a handicap when it comes to TV news.
The visit seems shrouded in the sort of secrecy that used to win medals under Chairman Mao.
We must await their return next week to find out why.