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The Economist magazine includes eight universities from Asia-Pacific in its 2018 listing.
Only eight schools located in the Asia and Australasia region offering Masters in Business Administration (MBA) programs made it to The Economist magazine’s “Which MBA?,” a list of the world’s top 100 business graduate programs. Out of the eight, only Singapore’s Nanyang Business ...
 
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The World Ultra Wealth Report analyzed an exclusive group of ultra high net worth individuals across the world.
Wealth-X, a wealth information and insight company, has just released the World Ultra Wealth Report for 2018.The report found that the population of high net worth individuals in the world displayed strong growth—12.9 percent to 255,810 people from 2016. Wealth-X analyzed an ...
 
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Located in the City of Dreams Macau, Morpheus represents a new chapter in entertainment culture and hospitality for Asia.
Morpheus, Macau’s newest ultra-luxury hotel named after the Greek god of Dreams, stands tall and proud at 39 stories high over the Cotai strip with grace, beauty, and strength.It's one of the last projects of the late Dame Zaha Hadid, the Pritzker ...
 
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Campaign Asia released the 1,000 most recognizable brands in 14 of Asia-Pacific's largest markets.
Thirty-five Filipino brands were included in the latest list of Asia’s Top 1,000 Brands, an annual listing of the most recognizable brands in the Asia-Pacific region compiled by media and marketing firm Campaign Asia.Leading the pack is liquor brand San Miguel, which ...
 
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The list includes a fintech startup CEO, a pastry chef and a social media icon.
Six Filipinos active in different industries were included in business magazine Forbes’ latest 30 Under 30 Asia list, an annual listing of Asia’s most innovative and influential individuals aged 30 and below.The 30 Under 30 Asia list is made up of 10 ...
 
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Manila Manila and More invites locals to see the city with fresh eyes.
For residents of Metro Manila, it’s easy to grow jaded about the place we call home. After all, there’s the ever-growing traffic, unreliable transport system, and pollution to contend with. But a new travel book called Manila Manila and More seeks to ...
 
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Watch fireworks from a rooftop in Bangkok, participate in medieval Icelandic traditions, or dance to Sting live in the Bahamas.
Sure, holiday travel can be a nightmare—so if you're going to suffer through it, the trip better be worthwhile. From oceanfront revelry in Rio to pyrotechnic-fueled parties in Reykjavik, we promise these NYE destinations won't disappoint.1. Reykjavik, IcelandIceland’s capital city is known for going all ...
 
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There's an ideal venue for every type of wedding.
ManilaFor a traditional church wedding, Manila has a number of religious landmarks that hold a remarkable history tied to impeccable age-old walls and stained-glass windows. In Quiapo, the Basilica Menor de San Sebastian makes a great choice for its ancient architecture and ...
 
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The 40-square-foot personal cabins are fully enclosed and feature 32-inch TVs and zero-gravity seats.
Emirates is getting even more luxurious. The Gulf carrier just unveiled the new first-class cabins on its Boeing 777 fleet, and the results might make you wish you were stuck on this plane for an extended period of time.Inspired by the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, ...
 
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Make a difference in the Philippines... one travel destination at a time.
More than 100 million Filipinos live on the 7,600-plus islands that make up the Philippine archipelago. Despite bolstered tourism efforts, many parts of the Philippines, as well as the respective cultures of their islands, remain unknown to the greater international community.To this ...
 
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Tempted to skip town for the holidays? Here are a few places we recommend.
1. St. Petersburg, Russia“It’s incredibly dreamy this time of year with the snow and the historic buildings,” says Jaclyn Sienna Charles, president and founder of the luxury travel firm Sienna Charles. She recommends buying tickets to the Russian ballets and catching a performance of ...
 
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The Philippines may have had the honor of hosting the 2017 Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit, but the region’s art lovers have another destination in mind when it comes to celebrating a milestone in ASEAN history.
The Philippines may have had the honor of hosting the 2017 Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit, but the region’s art lovers have another destination in mind when it comes to celebrating a milestone in ASEAN history. “Sunshower: Contemporary Art from Southeast ...
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