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Once a byword for chronic traffic problems and urban blight, Sri Lanka’s oceanside capital has witnessed quite the change in fortunes in recent years. Although it’s unlikely to ever reclaim its colonial-era nickname of the “Garden City of the East”, the bustling hub has clothed itself in some rather fetching new threads. Stylish restaurants, galleries and museums have upped the lifestyle...
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Hong Kong was quite a different place when Michael Young arrived little over a decade ago. Back then the founder of Michael Young Studio, a multi award-wining industrial design powerhouse, was one of only a handful of world-class designers in the harbour metropolis: a stranger who showed up with a stray dog to set up shop in what was fast becoming one of Asia’s most stylish cities. As Hong...
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From replicas of Tuscan villages in Thailand to recreations of Venetian canals in Macau, European-themed real estate has long been coveted in Asia. And now, thanks to a growing number of “golden visa” schemes in southern Europe, investors from Asia can live out their Mediterranean dream for real. These programmes, designed by governments to funnel significant sums of cash into their ailing...
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 Since the British electorate’s surprise decision on 23 June 2016 to break away from the European Union – taking its “Brexit” – one of the few certainties in British politics has been uncertainty. Meanwhile, the incendiary subject of immigration – which many pro-Brexit voters hope will soon be more tightly controlled – is rarely absent from the news. Racist incidents are on the rise...
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New home prices continue their upward streak not just in mainland China’s biggest metropolises but also in its smaller, satellite cities. The number of cities that registered new home price increases tallied at 56 in February, compared with 45 in January, according to new figures released Saturday by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). New home prices in China inched 0.3 percent...
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