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Living in... cities of the future

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Showcasing the cutting edge of urban planning, these five metropolises may help determine the way we will live, now and in decades beyond.
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Mini guide to shopping in Hong Kong

For variety and competitive consumerism, Hong Kong wins hands down. Local edibles, souvenirs, unusual gifts, period pieces – it is all well worth your conspicuous consumption.
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Where business travellers spend big

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According to a recent survey, London tops the list as the city where executives spend the most time, followed by Shanghai, Singapore, Beijing and Toronto.
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Hong Kong’s restaurant scene gets a taste of Spain

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Following the recent news that Catalonia has the world’s best restaurant, the spotlight on Spanish food has spread to Hong Kong with a spate of highly anticipated restaurant openings.
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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.


Female reverence at a Buddhist temple in China

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Blurring the line between sacred and profane, Shaxi locals prostrate before a one-of-a-kind replica of the female reproductive organ, praying for a smooth childbirth.


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