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The opening of PMQ , a collection of design-themed retail outlets and studios in a historic structure built to house policemen, consolidated the position of Upper Sheung Wan as Hong Kong’s up-and-coming creative district. Po Hing Fong Street has given the area its local nickname of PoHo, and it has many of the features of similarly nicknamed neighborhoods in New York and London. High-concept design stores aren’t confined to PMQ: Scandinavian-inspired squarestreet and avant-garde lifestyle store Open Quote are popular destinations. Tai Ping Shan Street is a hub for street art, while Po Hing Fong has enough quaint eateries to keep local hipsters and tourists satiated.

Just outside the center of the city, Malasaña has transformed from a sleepy neighborhood into one with a vibrant cultural scene, mostly thanks to the young people who have poured into the area in the past five years. The stylish Museo ABC , designed by architects Aranguren & Gallegos to house a collection of graphic art and illustration, sets the tone for the neighborhood, which is home to a number of creative practices, including the global design agency DesignIt and the architecture studio A-Cero . The Madrid outpost of the Istituto Europeo di Design , at the southern tip of the district, is home to one of the city’s FabLabs, offering digital fabrication facilities.

The opening of PMQ , a collection of design-themed retail outlets and studios in a historic structure built to house policemen, consolidated the position of Upper Sheung Wan as Hong Kong’s up-and-coming creative district. Po Hing Fong Street has given the area its local nickname of PoHo, and it has many of the features of similarly nicknamed neighborhoods in New York and London. High-concept design stores aren’t confined to PMQ: Scandinavian-inspired squarestreet and avant-garde lifestyle store Open Quote are popular destinations. Tai Ping Shan Street is a hub for street art, while Po Hing Fong has enough quaint eateries to keep local hipsters and tourists satiated.

Just outside the center of the city, Malasaña has transformed from a sleepy neighborhood into one with a vibrant cultural scene, mostly thanks to the young people who have poured into the area in the past five years. The stylish Museo ABC , designed by architects Aranguren & Gallegos to house a collection of graphic art and illustration, sets the tone for the neighborhood, which is home to a number of creative practices, including the global design agency DesignIt and the architecture studio A-Cero . The Madrid outpost of the Istituto Europeo di Design , at the southern tip of the district, is home to one of the city’s FabLabs, offering digital fabrication facilities.

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In a hot, dry field near a place called Humpty Doo in Australia’s Northern Territory, scientists are racing to begin an experiment that could determine the future of the world’s most popular fruit , the lowly banana.

Dodging the occasional crocodile, researchers will soon place into the soil thousands of small plants that they hope will produce standard Cavendish bananas — the nicely curved, yellow variety representing 99 percent of all bananas sold in the United States. But in this case, the plants have been modified with genes from a different banana variety.

An insidious fungus known as fusarium wilt has wiped out tens of thousands of acres of Cavendish plantations in Australia and Southeast Asia over the past decade. And the fungus recently gained a foothold in Africa and the Middle East, hitching a ride on the boots of workers helping to establish new plantations. Scientists say Latin America, the source of virtually all the bananas eaten in the United States, is next.

Seoul, South Korea, one of the many Asian cities on the list. Creative RF / Getty Images The investment consultancy firm Mercer has ranked the world's most expensive cities to live in as part of its annual Cost of Living Survey.

Contrary to the assumption that Western cities are the costliest, Southeast Asia and Africa feature heavily in the top 19, continuing the trend of emerging markets adjusting to massive outside investment.

Currency fluctuations were taken into account as well as the inflation of basic goods — especially the price of buying and renting local property.

A capsule summary with an earlier version of this article misstated the surname of the founder of SpaceX. He is Elon Musk, not Musks.

The opening of PMQ , a collection of design-themed retail outlets and studios in a historic structure built to house policemen, consolidated the position of Upper Sheung Wan as Hong Kong’s up-and-coming creative district. Po Hing Fong Street has given the area its local nickname of PoHo, and it has many of the features of similarly nicknamed neighborhoods in New York and London. High-concept design stores aren’t confined to PMQ: Scandinavian-inspired squarestreet and avant-garde lifestyle store Open Quote are popular destinations. Tai Ping Shan Street is a hub for street art, while Po Hing Fong has enough quaint eateries to keep local hipsters and tourists satiated.

Just outside the center of the city, Malasaña has transformed from a sleepy neighborhood into one with a vibrant cultural scene, mostly thanks to the young people who have poured into the area in the past five years. The stylish Museo ABC , designed by architects Aranguren & Gallegos to house a collection of graphic art and illustration, sets the tone for the neighborhood, which is home to a number of creative practices, including the global design agency DesignIt and the architecture studio A-Cero . The Madrid outpost of the Istituto Europeo di Design , at the southern tip of the district, is home to one of the city’s FabLabs, offering digital fabrication facilities.

Third-party trademarks are used solely for distributing the games indexed herein and no license or other affiliation is implied.

In a hot, dry field near a place called Humpty Doo in Australia’s Northern Territory, scientists are racing to begin an experiment that could determine the future of the world’s most popular fruit , the lowly banana.

Dodging the occasional crocodile, researchers will soon place into the soil thousands of small plants that they hope will produce standard Cavendish bananas — the nicely curved, yellow variety representing 99 percent of all bananas sold in the United States. But in this case, the plants have been modified with genes from a different banana variety.

An insidious fungus known as fusarium wilt has wiped out tens of thousands of acres of Cavendish plantations in Australia and Southeast Asia over the past decade. And the fungus recently gained a foothold in Africa and the Middle East, hitching a ride on the boots of workers helping to establish new plantations. Scientists say Latin America, the source of virtually all the bananas eaten in the United States, is next.

The opening of PMQ , a collection of design-themed retail outlets and studios in a historic structure built to house policemen, consolidated the position of Upper Sheung Wan as Hong Kong’s up-and-coming creative district. Po Hing Fong Street has given the area its local nickname of PoHo, and it has many of the features of similarly nicknamed neighborhoods in New York and London. High-concept design stores aren’t confined to PMQ: Scandinavian-inspired squarestreet and avant-garde lifestyle store Open Quote are popular destinations. Tai Ping Shan Street is a hub for street art, while Po Hing Fong has enough quaint eateries to keep local hipsters and tourists satiated.

Just outside the center of the city, Malasaña has transformed from a sleepy neighborhood into one with a vibrant cultural scene, mostly thanks to the young people who have poured into the area in the past five years. The stylish Museo ABC , designed by architects Aranguren & Gallegos to house a collection of graphic art and illustration, sets the tone for the neighborhood, which is home to a number of creative practices, including the global design agency DesignIt and the architecture studio A-Cero . The Madrid outpost of the Istituto Europeo di Design , at the southern tip of the district, is home to one of the city’s FabLabs, offering digital fabrication facilities.

Third-party trademarks are used solely for distributing the games indexed herein and no license or other affiliation is implied.

In a hot, dry field near a place called Humpty Doo in Australia’s Northern Territory, scientists are racing to begin an experiment that could determine the future of the world’s most popular fruit , the lowly banana.

Dodging the occasional crocodile, researchers will soon place into the soil thousands of small plants that they hope will produce standard Cavendish bananas — the nicely curved, yellow variety representing 99 percent of all bananas sold in the United States. But in this case, the plants have been modified with genes from a different banana variety.

An insidious fungus known as fusarium wilt has wiped out tens of thousands of acres of Cavendish plantations in Australia and Southeast Asia over the past decade. And the fungus recently gained a foothold in Africa and the Middle East, hitching a ride on the boots of workers helping to establish new plantations. Scientists say Latin America, the source of virtually all the bananas eaten in the United States, is next.

Seoul, South Korea, one of the many Asian cities on the list. Creative RF / Getty Images The investment consultancy firm Mercer has ranked the world's most expensive cities to live in as part of its annual Cost of Living Survey.

Contrary to the assumption that Western cities are the costliest, Southeast Asia and Africa feature heavily in the top 19, continuing the trend of emerging markets adjusting to massive outside investment.

Currency fluctuations were taken into account as well as the inflation of basic goods — especially the price of buying and renting local property.

The opening of PMQ , a collection of design-themed retail outlets and studios in a historic structure built to house policemen, consolidated the position of Upper Sheung Wan as Hong Kong’s up-and-coming creative district. Po Hing Fong Street has given the area its local nickname of PoHo, and it has many of the features of similarly nicknamed neighborhoods in New York and London. High-concept design stores aren’t confined to PMQ: Scandinavian-inspired squarestreet and avant-garde lifestyle store Open Quote are popular destinations. Tai Ping Shan Street is a hub for street art, while Po Hing Fong has enough quaint eateries to keep local hipsters and tourists satiated.

Just outside the center of the city, Malasaña has transformed from a sleepy neighborhood into one with a vibrant cultural scene, mostly thanks to the young people who have poured into the area in the past five years. The stylish Museo ABC , designed by architects Aranguren & Gallegos to house a collection of graphic art and illustration, sets the tone for the neighborhood, which is home to a number of creative practices, including the global design agency DesignIt and the architecture studio A-Cero . The Madrid outpost of the Istituto Europeo di Design , at the southern tip of the district, is home to one of the city’s FabLabs, offering digital fabrication facilities.

Third-party trademarks are used solely for distributing the games indexed herein and no license or other affiliation is implied.


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