Putting current themes in the field of culture, politics, tourism and the environment under the spotlight.
New transport links boost business and tourism for Hong Kong and Pearl River Delta
In this episode of Spotlight euronews reports from the World Travel Market 2018 in London to see how sustainable and ethical travel is changing the face of the tourism industry.
Shanghai is the financial mecca of China and lately has put innovation as a top strategic goal turning it into a "go to" place for innovators, entrepreneurs and start-ups
Sharing borders with Greece, FYR Macedonia and Serbia, Romania and Turkey, Bulgaria has plenty to offer to the visitor.
The Bulgarian economy is growing at a stunning pace and exports are booming, while its business-friendly environment and well-educated local workforce are a magnet for foreign investments. More and more foreign companies are going there, making significant investments.
In one of the cities with the highest population density in the world, how does Hong Kong chill out? Come with us and tour the city’s greenbelts, go sailing, play culture vulture. And see why expats make it their home.
Hong Kong is a magnet for worldwide talent, where professional dreams come true
The success of economies in the future will depend on how well they adapt to new modes of mobility, as well as storing the energy needed to drive them
Start-ups in Poland are riding the country's continuous economic growth. A survey by Startup Poland says that some of the main sectors include big data, IoT and biotech.
Get a sneak peek at Japonismes 2018, an eagerly-anticipated cultural landmark this summer in Paris with over 50 events dedicated to Japanese culture.
This year, France and Japan are celebrating 160 years of diplomatic relations.
Spotlight travelled to Poland to see what's turning it from a fledgling to a fully-developed economic power and here to fight with the top dogs
How did Poland, a country that threw off Communism nearly three decades ago, manage to keep growing despite a global financial crisis?
With Japan's aging population and shrinking workforce, what are companies doing to woo female workers?
As Tokyo seeks to develop its trade relations with Europe it's not just the traditional economic powerhouses it's turning to.
Advances in technology are having a big impact on a broad range of industries, provoking intense debate about the future of work.
How is the Polish capital establishing itself as a hub in which to live and invest?