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Hong Kong artists open their studios

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Artists in the industrial Fo Tan neighbourhood open their usually private workspaces to the public in a two-weekend festival called Fotanian Open Studios.
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Beyond the usual suspects in Bali

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Go past the southern party triad of Kuta, Legian and Seminyak to discover a lush Indonesian island teeming with cultural experiences, delicious food and exhilarating adventures.
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The regeneration of Shanghai’s Bund

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The city’s famous waterfront, which housed powerful banks and luxury hotels before the 1949 Communist Revolution, is seeing a second life thanks to the 2010 World Expo.
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Journey down the world’s longest rivers

Three inspiring voyages connect the past and present, allowing travellers to experience the lifeblood of Egypt, Brazil and China and feel the pulse of their ancient civilisations.
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The sharpest rooms in Shanghai

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Find the most fabulous accommodations in the city, from five-star stunners housed in towering skyscrapers to beautifully renovated pre-war villas.
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Shanghai after the World Expo

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Costing a reported $40 billion and drawing 73 million visitors, the 2010 World Expo left an indelible mark on Shanghai – and the improvements are still benefitting travellers today.
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