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Singapore's Changi International Airport is the best airport in the world for the sixth consecutive year. Airports from Asia and Europe dominate the top 15, taking 14 of 15 spots. No US airport appears on the list until Denver International at 29.
A Hong Kong couple bought a single parking space for $433,000 and flipped it for $760,000 in just 9 months
A single parking space in Hong Kong resold for HK$6 million ($760,000), setting a new property world record. A local couple initially bought the spot in the luxury Ultima complex in 2017 for HK$3.4 million ($430,000), and resold it nine months later for nearly double that.
I ate at Hong Kong’s ‘cafeteria for the wealthy,’ where the city’s rich and famous hobnob over flawless Cantonese food
Perhaps no restaurant in Hong Kong is more synonymous with wealth than Cantonese eatery Fook Lam Moon, which has earned the nickname "the cafeteria for the wealthy" and the "tycoons' canteen."
Size doesn't always mean wealth when it comes to the world's richest countries, according to data published in April by the International Monetary Fund.
The most expensive city in the world may build 100-square foot ‘tube homes’ to alleviate its escalating housing crisis
Hong Kong has one of the worst housing crises in the world, and has been ranked the least affordable city for housing for the last 8 years. Architect James Law thinks he has the solution: "tube homes."
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A day in the life of the world’s most famous tailor, who works 12 hours a day, 6 days a week, and has made suits for Bill Clinton, Russell Crowe...
Hong Kong's Roshan Melwani likes to say he is the “walking persona” of his business. Over its 60-year history, Sam’s Tailor has built a reputation as Hong Kong's best tailor with an impressive roster of celebrities and world leaders. He's one busy man.
The world’s most famous tailor has followed one simple plan that has grown his tiny Hong Kong shop from a small business into a global brand
Roshan Melwani, a world-famous tailor who has made suits for former President Bill Clinton and musician David Bowie, said he has made his small business extremely successful by following one plan: Give the customer what they want.