Personal Growth

Monocle: Asia Pac Unwrapped #22

October 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.

September 28:

Cambodia has emerged as a very attractive destination for investors in recent years, particularly among the Japanese. We also check-in at Melbourne’s Windsor Hotel for the city’s favourite high tea as the luxury icon’s future is still in doubt. Plus, what role does architecture play in creating a cosy home? And we preview a new television from Samsung that comes with a high-end design.

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Frank Leung from Via Architecture in Hong Kong discusses how to integrate elements of a client's personality when creating a cosy architecturally designed home

Program Content


Japanese investment in Cambodia with Kevin Ponniah in London


The role of architecture in creating a cosy home with Kurt Lin in Hong Kong


High Tea at the endangered Windsor Hotel with Stephen A. Russell in Melbourne


Eugene Yeh talks about Maji Maji Square in Taiwan with Nolan Giles in Singapore


Samsung’s new premium-designed Serif TV with Ben Rylan at the London Design Festival


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