We report on how Portuguese and Brazilian middle classes are choosing France as their top European destination. Plus, why the new wave of coffee makers popping up in America looks a little bit like the old wave.
Crime, for better or worse, is in Australia’s DNA. The country’s famously laid-back residents view their origin as a British penal colony almost as a point of pride, and venerate celebrity toughs such as hitman Mark “Cho…
Stage plays ending their run ahead of time; the death of the UK Film Council; part one of a four-year plan to slash the Arts Council’s budgets by a third: 2011 isn’t set to be the best of years for culture in London.
In Japan, a second library is set to open that is funded by private bookseller Tsutaya. Is this evidence of turning over a new leaf or should we throw the book at the commercialisation of a public service?
For our series that decodes the DNA of success, we peruse the Japanese daily paper “Yomiuri Shimbun”, which has the biggest circulation in the world and is part of a group that owns a baseball team and department stores.