Sotheby’s upcoming July auction in Hong Kong is set to be a barometer of the fine and rare wine market, says its Head of Wine in Asia.
How did Japanese restaurants and bars manage to keep their business afloat during and after lockdown? Smart take-away policy using smaller bottling formats and promoting rare gems are some of the strategies that saved many businesses, writes Mari Yasuda.
Singapore is relaxing its lockdown starting from this Monday, writes Ch’ng Poh Tiong.
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Singapore has added new restrictions to its partial lockdown as of today Wednesday 22 April 2020. All barber shops andContinue Reading