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Hong Kong – Megacities
A peninsula bounded by more than 200 islands – only a handful of them inhabited, Hong Kong is the most densely populated urban region on the planet. In the recent past it has been rocked by economic and financial upheaval. Yet it has come through with some of the most high-tech, counterfeit-proof currency in the world, as well as some of the most complex bank building structures. Hong Kong has more billionaires per capita than anyplace on earth. This episode shows how such a small city accomplished such immense technological feats. The journey begins inside the printing facilities of Hong Kong Printing Limited and follows the currency to the Big 3 banks in Hong Kong, before it is then circulated through the economy.
Dirk Junge on Family Enterprise Governance
What leads family enterprises to succeed and flourish across generations? Dirk Junge describes family enterprise governance as the key factor for longterm success.
BBC Explorations Billionaire Boys Toys
What would you buy if you were a billionaire, well have a look at what some billionaires boys toys.
Chinese Billionaires’ New Accessory: Female Bodyguards
Young women in China are signing up for intense training to become protection machines.
The $640,000 parking space
Space is a scarce resource in Hong Kong, even parking spaces, where a prime spot to park can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The jeweler Faberge, which created pieces for the Russian royal family, has been showing off its latest work in Hong Kong including a $3.5 million necklace.