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My city: Mumbai

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A megacity, the home of Bollywood, the economic powerhouse of India – this is a city that will charm and frustrate you in equal measure.


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Indonesia’s business boom

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With a one-trillion-dollar economy, Southeast Asia's largest market is becoming increasingly attractive to international executives.
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The road to Nong Khiaw

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Follow Tony Wheeler as he takes a break from the road, stopping in a small Laos village to learn about the local handicraft traditions, from weaving to making conical straw hats.


Exploring the Pak Ou Caves

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On assignment to Laos for the first time since the 1970s, Tony Wheeler heads up the Mekong to investigate the thousands of Buddhist sculptures found in these spectacular caves.


Monkeying around in China

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The Baoxiang Temple, near the old caravan town of Shaxi, has been welcoming visitors for more than 100 years. The catch? Visitors are expected to help feed the clan of golden monkeys.


Kazakhstan’s 21st-century capital

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Astana, the world’s youngest capital city, reflects the futuristic vision of its authoritarian president, contrasting sharply with its setting in Central Asia’s remote steppes.


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