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Chrissy Teigen Reveals How Celebrities Fly Commercial Without Being Bothered

Celebrities are regularly spotted at airports, leaving their gates upon arrival or onboard a flight in the first-class cabin.

However, they are rarely spotted queuing up at the departure gate with the rest of us commoners prior to boarding. So, how do these A-listers magically show up to their flights? Chrissy Teigen has solved that mystery for us, once and for all.

Parking Space That Sold for $664,200 Proves How Crazy Expensive Hong Kong Is

A 188-square-foot parking space in Hong Kong was sold for a whopping HKD $5.18 million ($664,200), which local reports are calling a world record.

Purchased by an investment firm director, Kwan Wai-ming, the space is located on the first floor of the Upton luxury apartment complex near the harborfront in the west of Hong Kong Island, AFP reported (via Yahoo News), citing records from the city’s Land Registry.

The World’s Most Luxurious Horse Stable in China is an Epic Palace

A high-end facility in China that houses imported horses has recently become a hot topic on social media after stunning photos of the “palace” emerged online.

The luxurious Heilan Horse Culture Museum, located in Jiangyin, China, also serves as a five-star horse stable, catering to 43 breeds of horses from at least thirty different countries. Such horses would look even better with accessories like those bling browbands.

Why Miss Thailand Packed 17 Suitcases for the Miss Universe Pageant

Miss Thailand arrived in the Philippines for the upcoming Miss Universe pageant a couple of days ago and instantly made headlines just minutes after her plane landed.

Chalita Suansane, Thailand’s representative for the prestigious international beauty pageant taking place in Manila, caught the attention of many when she arrived at the airport with 17 suitcases. Yes, you read that right, so don’t attempt to give her advice on how to travel light.

Photographer Captures What It’s Like to Be Rich in North Korea

North Korea is changing, at least in the economic domain. Apparently, more and more citizens are becoming donju, or literally “masters of money”. They are, in essence, the country’s elite—middle class people who have private sources of income.

Christian Petersen-Clausen, a photographer based in China, learned of their existence during his 10-day visit to Pyongyang earlier this year. The increasing number of cellphone users was a glaring sight,  but there were other signs pointing to a collective improvement in lifestyle.