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Team Tokyo tackles a city in flux
Two global sporting events are descending on Japan. Before the Olympics, rugby fans will get the chance to also experience life beyond the capital. Patrick St Michel reports MORE
Exploring Mekong marvels . . . Danang
Business event infrastructure in the Central Vietnam coastal city is growing as planners look for a change from more established resorts, writes Martin Donovan MORE
Take 5: Cultural gems in Beijing
China’s capital boasts the best collection of ancient buildings of any major Asian city. Mark Graham selects options for conference and incentive groups MORE
Eco retreats for groups
Organisers seeking to give delegates a choice of greener executive getaways can try this selection of destinations. Ed Peters reports MORE
Thailand aligns EMC3 provinces
Land of smiles has its sights set on enabling three provinces along its new Eastern MICE Corridor to attract business event groups. Vicki Williams reports MORE
Exploring Mekong marvels . . . Siem Reap
With the allure of ancient Angkor, the northern Cambodian city is a bucket-list attraction – but still overcoming a tragic recent history. Martin Donovan reports MORE
Macau opening up with great outdoor spaces
Updates from MGM Cotai and its hi-tech theatre, Sands China and the upcoming Londoner Macao, plus a fixture on the peninsula getting a new lease of life. Jennifer Welker reports MORE
Let’s meet in… Gold Coast, Hong Kong
Organisers have ample choices to take groups ‘out of town’ when in the Chinese special region. Martin Donovan finds one of the locations MORE
Take to the hills: Malaysia’s Genting Highlands
Visitors have long sought cooler climes in Malaysia’s highlands. Now areas like Genting offer potential for conferences and business events. Ed Peters reports MORE
Spaces for company away days
Whether it’s an executive retreat that’s required or a resort to reward a sterling sales effort, Ed Peters suggests a choice of locations MORE
All-day eats and drinks in Adelaide
With South Australia’s wine and produce never far away, Douglas Ma offers a city itinerary, from brekkie to happy hour and dinner MORE
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
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