Hong Kong On Air

Hong Kong On Air As the Hong Kong handover boom fizzles into the Asian economic bust, a young American couple’s marriage and careers unravel in a web of television news, betrayal, high finance, and cheap lingerie in Hong Kong On Air. The 1997 handover and Asian economic crisis that followed sparked China’s emergence as a… Continue reading Hong Kong On Air

Red-Blooded Risk

Red-Blooded Risk An innovative guide that identifies what distinguishes the best financial risk takers from the restFrom 1987 to 1992, a small group of Wall Street quants invented an entirely new way of managing risk to maximize success: risk management for risk-takers. This is the secret that lets tiny quantitative edges create hedge fund billionaires,… Continue reading Red-Blooded Risk

Lonely Planet Indonesia

Lonely Planet Indonesia The latest Lonely Planet Guide to Indonesia covers the world’s most extensive archipelago nation, from Mecca’s front porch in Aceh to Polynesia’s backdoor in Papua. For the ninth edition of this comprehensive guidebook, Muhammad Cohen reprised the Kalimantan portion of his Borneo journey, this time in even greater depth. Highlights include jungle… Continue reading Lonely Planet Indonesia

Lonely Planet Borneo

Lonely Planet Borneo Wild and forbidding Borneo has ignited imaginations for centuries. Despite scars from mining, logging and fires, Borneo retains many natural wonders. It’s the last refuge for most of the world’s wild orangutans, and home to ancient civilizations, including Dayak tribes that selectively embrace the 21st century, balancing modernity with traditional practices. Muhammad… Continue reading Lonely Planet Borneo