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Hong Kong: A Business Traveler-Friendly Destination From good food to convenient transportation, our expert finds a city that knows how to treat business travelers right.

By Bruce Schoenfeld

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A week ago I flew to Tucson, Ariz., for a meeting. Now I'm in Hong Kong, holed up in the club room on the 116th floor of the world's tallest hotel. I'm preparing for a conference while trying to resist the urge to stare out at the city's magnificent skyline and the mountains beyond. It's a formidable distraction.

It's safe to say Tucson and Hong Kong have little in common. One's a low-slung resort and university city in the Sonoran desert; the other a densely packed, multicultural island metropolis. Like so many other frequent travelers these days, I find my usual diet of domestic travel increasingly punctuated by international trips. Whether it's about opportunities or necessities, many of us are ranging farther and farther afield to make our living. So, it's Europe one week, Rochester the next. Tucson … then Hong Kong.

I've been to Asia before, but never here. As I scout the city, I can't help but compare it to my most recent destinations. And as places to do business, few measure up. I wish the U.S. Conference of Mayors would convene a meeting here on the Kowloon peninsula. Here's what they'd find:

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