Asia

Seoul

The capital of South Korea is Asian economic giant. It is home to major corporations such as Samsung and Hyundai.

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Kuala Lumpur

The political and economic center of Malaysia is recognizable for the Petronas Twin Towers, once the tallest skyscrapers in the world, and as an important hub in global air traffic.

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New Delhi

New Delhi was built in the first half of the 20th century to become the capital of India instead of Calcutta, and today it is among the largest cities in the world.

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Tokyo

Short history Tokyo, originally known as Edo, was a small fishing village when it first appeared in historical records in

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Dubai

Short history Dubai’s transformation from a modest fishing village into an ultra-modern metropolis is a tale of ambition and vision.

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Singapore

Short history Singapore’s history streches back over 800 years. Initially, it thrived as a maritime emporium, drawing the attention of

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Hong Kong

Short history Initially established as a British colony in 1841 following the Qing dynasty’s cession of Hong Kong Island, Hong

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Bangkok

Short history Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, traces its history back to the 15th century when it was a small

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