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Read These Books Instead of Getting an MBA

<i>This piece originally appeared on The Hustle.</i><p>I don’t blame people for wanting to get an MBA. It’s not their fault they’ve been duped into believing …

The Fixer's tour of secret Tokyo

Shinji Nohara knows Tokyo like no other. A lifelong local, he’s the ‘Tokyo Fixer’, the foodie who fed <i>fugu</i> (puffer fish) to Anthony Bourdain, who consults with some of the world’s best restaurants, and who regularly guides the great and the good around Tokyo’s lesser-known highlights. Best of all, …

Japan's Coolest-Looking Capsule Hotels

If you are visiting Japan, stay in a capsule hotel. At least for a night. It’s part of the experience. And here are some of the coolest-looking …

Tips For Creating The Most Powerful Diablo III Characters

The real endgame of <i>Diablo III</i> starts in Adventure Mode, when our character finally finds one or two powerful items, and begins its journey to collect …

Australia's 13 Most Beautiful Islands

Thanks to the drop in the Australian dollar and the beginning of summer in the southern hemisphere, now is the time to plan travel to the exotic islands around Australia. Here are a few of our favorites.<p>Kangaroo Island, South Australia<p>Cocos Keeling Islands, Indian Ocean<p>Shark Island, New South Wales

20 Ways to Experience Sydney for Less Than $50

The beautiful Bondi to Coogee coastal walk<p>In 2015, Sydney was named one of the most expensive cities in the world. For travelers, this means that prices for activities, accommodation and food are often quite high compared to other destinations. Yet it's quite possible to experience Sydney cheaply. …

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Hong Kong's most unique dining experiences

Hong Kong’s chefs are a versatile bunch who can move with ease between different culinary traditions, bringing together not only old and new, Chinese and Western, but haute and humble, coffee and tea.<p>Their skills and creativity, and the city’s love of food, have given rise to many one-of-a-kind …

The other Japan: secret beaches of Okinawa and the Southwest Islands

Okinawa and the Southwest Islands comprise one of Japan's pretty little secrets – a side of Japan that differs from the mainland in culture and pace. They take a little more time and effort to access, but the rewards for getting there are gorgeous semi-tropical, white-sand beaches and clear …

Chelsea's 16 worst signings in the Roman Abramovich era - ranked and rated - Telegraph

10 of the greatest tennis shots ever!

<b>Is the best tennis shot of all time included in this video?</b><p><i>Watch and bet on live tennis at bet365>livestreaming>tennis!</i><p>We recently found a YouTube …

Kakadu national park: what to do, where to go, what to see

Here’s what happens when you move to the Northern Territory: any friends and family who have “visit the top end” on their bucket list bump it up a few places, especially when that damp Sydney winter hits. We have had nine guests since January, and visited Kakadu national park four times in six …

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Essential Busan: 10 highlights of South Korea's second city

Busan is one of the great unheralded cities in Asia. Brimming with cobalt oceans, verdant mountains and delectable fare, it’s a city full of surprises and a laid-back vibe that makes it the perfect base from which to explore farther afield in South Korea.<p>With so many choices in this beachy urban …

Wimbledon's top 50 male players in the Open Era

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19 Jaw-Dropping Instagram Girls Who'll Make You Wish It Was Summer All Over Again

Summer is over. Sorry. It just is.<p>It's September. It's pissing down outside. Get over it, man. Summer is long gone.<p>But that doesn't mean we can't …

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Wimbledon 2015 men's seed report

<i>SI.com's Jon Wertheim breaks down the men's seeds at Wimbledon 2015. Read on for the dark horses, top first-round matchups and predictions, and find</i> …

10 most beautiful women in sports (With Pics)

<b>5. Ana Ivanovic</b><p>Serbian tennis player, Ana Ivanovic ranked No. 5 in our list. Competing as a professional since 2003, she has won 12 WTA Tour singles …

12 Spectacular Tennis Courts Around the World Photos

One doesn't have to be Andy Murray to appreciate some of the world's best tennis courts. With exquisite design and picturesque surroundings, you can perfect your strokes on some of the world's most unique courts, located in places ranging from the Miami skyline to high over New York City. With the …

Top 10 hottest female tennis players of all time (+Photos)

1. Maria Sharapova<p>No doubt the at top of the hottest & sexiest tennis players is no other ten Russian beautiful girl Maria Sharapova. She currently …

Wimbledon 2015 contenders - our alternative guide - Telegraph

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How Great Leaders Build Trust And Increase Employee Engagement

Have you ever done something with the best intentions only to have it backfire?<p>Understanding how to light up the brain’s reward network and stay out of the pain network can help you to avoid common pitfalls (thanks to Naomi Eisenberger of UCLA for her research here).<p>The brain’s pain network gets …

Souvenirs from Paris: the best gifts to take home

In a city synonymous with iconic sights and world-class shopping, naturally souvenirs abound. You'll find plenty of budget-friendly Eiffel Tower key rings and <i>Paris</i> <i>, je t’aime!</i> t-shirts but thanks to the city’s artistic flair and craftsmanship heritage, you can also find richer pickings on …

Paperback walker: a literary stroll through Paris

Paris is loaded with literary sights and stories. Over the centuries numerous brilliant writers, French and foreign, have used the City of Light as their setting.<p>In the 1920s the city sparkled as a centre of avant-garde; and post WWII, the literati hung out in St-Germain des Près. Take a day or two …

From Disneyland to art treasure hunts: top tips for Paris with kids

Paris is a sprawling global hub, but it somehow works on a scale that kids can comprehend. The urban canyons of Manhattan and ridiculous crowds of London are largely absent, and despite the Parisian rep for treating tourists with disdain, the French love kids!<p>Having your offspring with you will …

A hungry traveller's guide to Korean street food

In South Korea you are never far from delicious street eats to satisfy a kimchi craving. Skewers of tangy chargrilled chicken, seafood pancakes with kimchi pizzazz, and golden fish-shaped waffles with a sweet surprise filling can even make for a full meal.<p>Eat Korean style, not walking but rubbing …

48 hours in Melbourne: what to do, where to go

A weekend in Melbourne? It’s never long enough. As with any hometown, it’s a place filled with old friends and heavy with memories and associations. I live in Sydney now – but each time I return to Melbourne I not only get nostalgic for the past, but excited for what the city continues to …

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48 hours in Hobart: what to do, where to go

Call it the Mona effect if you will, but Hobart is having a long tourist moment, and Australia’s southernmost capital is more than ready.<p>Hobart now hosts Australia’s edgiest (and best) arts festivals, Dark Mofo and Mona Foma, has the country’s most consistently interesting and talked-about art …

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