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Osaka – City of 1,000 Islands

Osaka International Airport is located on a large manmade island right in the middle of an enormous bay. A long bridge stretches to the “mainland”. The islands are tightly packed with factories of all sizes, diligently working on processing something starting from chemical and petrochemical productions and ending with waste treatment. Some of the factories…
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Dusseldorf – Good Old Innovative Germany

Charming white homes under black roofs, well maintained miniature front and back yards, exclusively German brand autos, a lot of people biking down the streets. Air-conditioning and Wi-Fi are not offered in the hotel. Motion sensors turn on and off the few lights. The room is small and old-fashioned. There is no coffeemaker, iron, hair…
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The Costly, Colossal Moscow

Moscow is one of the world’s most expensive cities to live. An enormous amount of money is concentrated here -- transformed into pompous buildings, luxury business centers, brand name clothing, and, of course, top of the line cars (sold at double or triple the price, and even so, driven recklessly). Moscow didn’t have a chance…
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Shanghai – Hidden Crown Jewel

CleanTech is an organization promoting the adoption of clean technologies intended to reduce the environmental footprint, especially in developing countries. They organized a series of meetings in Beijing and Shanghai between eco-friendly technology companies, like ours, and potential customers. China’s roaring production rate requires a lot of power, mostly generated by burning coal. The non-combustible…
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