While the Chinese authorities may want a slowdown in capital outflow and will be wary of any systemic risk to the domestic banking system, it is hardly likely that the HNA juggernaut has in way been derailed.
Lonely Planet calls Toronto “the most multiculturally diverse city on the planet”, noting that over 140 languages are spoken here. “When the weather is fine, Toronto is a blast: a vibrant, big-time city abuzz with activity.”
The Maori name for New Zealand is Aotearoa, meaning the land of the long white cloud. For the British & Irish Lions though, it could be a cloud of a different colour. Big, menacing and all black.
We sought out producers from all over the country whose products represent the wealth of the Greek earth and table.” As the pictures show, Greece, despite regular headlines of a different sort, remains a wealthy country indeed.
I have probably written that wine deserves a higher profile in travel retail more times than I have supped on a glass of chilled Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. Thanks to the 90+ Club, the category will surely will get it.
As darkness falls while I’m writing, the Supertrees have burst into a dazzling display of lights illuminating the Singaporean sky. Beautiful.
But here’s the thing – it was the Athletico fans singing the refrain, a wonderfully warm tribute from the Spanish supporters to acknowledge how the minnows of Leicester had dared to swim with the biggest fish in the game.
Not only does Keith specialise in getting travel retail out of serious jams but now he was getting it into one!
“The eight pillars of joy are perspective, humility, humour & laughter, acceptance, forgiveness, gratitude, compassion, and generosity. Pancho had all the pillars.”
Rest in peace Lars Johansson and Pancho Motta, your wives carry your spirit, humanity and dignity with you every minute of every day.
I know there have been plenty of airport Pop-Ups. But I’ve not seen anything like this. A beautiful temporary landmark housed in an elegant permanent one.
“It must have been about 15 years ago that I said that. Having won something, obviously I had to say it!”
In a recent study of five major Chinese cities’ air pollution levels, Guangzhou and Shanghai had the most “good” or “light” days. Today is not one of them.