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Five urban areas where the creative spaces and innovative atmosphere benefit locals and visitors alike.
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The high-low split of gambling cities

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The net impact of legalised gambling on a community is difficult to assess, and its economic costs and benefits vary around the globe.
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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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A speciality coffee scene brews in Hong Kong

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Despite chain store dominance and skyrocketing rents, Hong Kong’s blossoming caffeine scene is testament to a newfound appreciation of quality coffee.
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From Chicago to Barcelona, these five cities each have a unique urban thumbprint that resonates with design-lovers around the globe
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Cantonese opera pop-up whets Hong Kong’s appetite for art

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Starting 30 January, the West Kowloon Bamboo Theatre series will showcase Cantonese opera, Chinese dance and music in an 800-seat temporary theatre made of recycled bamboo.
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