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Monocle: Asia Pac Unwrapped #13

July 2015

Anchored by Monocle’s unrivalled team of editors and correspondents, and produced out of our bureaux in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Singapore, Asia Pac Unwrapped is an unmissable weekly briefing from the world’s most dynamic region.

July 27:

Can Japanese car maker Suzuki tap into the higher end of the market in India? Plus, despite claims of an accommodation shortage, we look at why Melbourne looks set to lose one of its most historically significant five star hotels. We also learn how foreign investment is spawning a new love for rather tiny bars in Phnom Penh. And how to spend 24 hours in Bangkok.

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Program Content

1) TRENDSPOTTING

Can Suzuki tap in to higher end of the market in India with Rahul Bedi in Delhi

2) IN RESIDENCE

Melbourne’s Windsor Hotel with Stephen A. Russell in Melbourne

3) REPORTAGE

Foreign investment and its effect on tiny bars in Cambodia wth Kevin Ponniah in Phnom Penh

4) THE BENCHMARK

Sotheby’s targets growing arts education in China with Kurt Lin in Hong Kong, Ben Rylan in London

5) ONE DAY IN

24 hours in Bangkok with Tony Cheng

 

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