While Europe struggles with economic cuts in its age of austerity, Hong Kong is fast becoming a bastion of economic hope.
The Asian city, which boasts a rising stock market, has seen a massive influx of professional workers from all over the world.
Foreigners in search of employment there used to be known by the unfortunate acronym "FILTH" - which stands for "Failed in London, Try Hong Kong".
But as Rob McBride reports from Hong Kong, that strategy appears to have worked for many.
Source: Al Jazeera