CNBC has just released this year's list of the world's most expensive places to live for expatriates, and topping it all off is Tokyo. There, a luxury two-bedroom apartment rents for $4,848 a month. A cup of coffee costs $8.29....
Philanthropy in China has been dogged over the years by weak transparency and scandal among recipients of charitable funds. Forbes China, the licensed Chinese-language edition of Forbes magazine, this month released a list of Chine... Read Post
Tokyo is back on top as the most expensive city in the world, according to new data from the Economist Intelligence Unit. In the company's new worldwide cost of living survey, the Japanese city has outpaced last year's winner Zurich... Read Post
The cost of renting a luxury apartment in Hong Kong increased 15 percent this year compared to last — giving Hong Kong the not-so-coveted title of being the most expensive in the world to rent high-end residential property. Renting ... Read Post