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Eastern promise
Shanghai remains the commercial powerhouse, but a network of cities in east China are rising to take a stake in the meetings market. Mark Graham reports MORE
Let's meet in… Penang
The Malaysian island state benefits from a proud heritage and a modern outlook when it comes to meetings. Ed Peters reports MORE
Meet hallyu
Korea raises the roof to charm conference and incentive groups with its K-wave phenomenon, writes Vicki Williams MORE
Let's meet in… Gold Coast
The Queensland resort city is harvesting the dividends of hosting the Commonwealth Games and a mega incentive. Martin Donovan checks out what else is on offer MORE
Take 5: Singapore water experiences
The home of the Merlion offers its maritime heritage to groups keen to float their incentive boats. Sanjay Surana reports MORE
Bays of plenty
As plans for a Greater Bay area loom large for the Pearl Delta, Douglas Ma looks at how hotels are distinguishing their localities MORE
Land of smiles 4.0
Plans are underway to transform Thailand’s economy as a rail network spreads south. But planners can still cherish special Siam moments, writes Martin Donovan MORE
Southern medicine
Adelaide is making more gains by establishing South Australia on the world stage for biomedical and health tech. Martin Donovan reports MORE
Hong Kong applauds organisers
Meetings and Exhibitions Hong Kong positions Old Town Central and temple attractions as it honours regional agents for boosting business tourism arrivals MORE
Let’s meet in… Okinawa
Japan’s subtropical island is keen to develop its appeal as a destination for conferences, events and incentive travel. Jeremy Tredinnick reports MORE
Take 5: Taiwan
Meetings and incentive planners will find plenty of ideas up and down the island. Jules Quartly selects a few charming surprises for groups MORE
Towering diversity in Malaysia
Planners are spoilt for choice when considering where to take their groups in the country. Ed Peters reports on the prime destinations for events MORE
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