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The rise of China’s secondary cities

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From Wuhan to Chongqing, Chengdu to Hangzhou, China’s second tier cities are emerging as business hubs for both international and domestic executives.
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India’s holy festival of colours

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Celebrate the end of winter at Holi, an exhilarating Hindu festival that welcomes in spring through the throwing of vibrantly coloured powder.


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Business trip: Bangkok

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Over the last decade, the Thai capital has evolved from a humid riverside city known for its tuk tuks and street food into a modern, rapidly growing Asian commercial hub.
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Passport restrictions in Tibet

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Chinese authorities are cracking down on dissenters by refusing to issue new passports to Tibetans, exacerbating existing tensions in Asia.
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Thailand’s mountainous coffee journey

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Participants in the Akha Ama Coffee Journey experience the true life of a coffee farmer in the remote village of Maejantai. It is hard work, and that is how it is supposed to be.
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On the road: Akihabara, Japan

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One of the hottest spots in Tokyo today, this neon-lined neighbourhood is home to hundreds of niche shops, from anime shops to French maid cafes.


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