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Khaya’s biggest operation ever

With Christmas having come and gone, even Santa’s helpers are taking a well-earned break. Not so for team Khaya in Korea. Instead of wrapping gifts, Team Khaya has been tirelessly unwrapping new beds and sofas and turning

Western cuisine now in PyeongChang

What would the Olympics be without the Olympic Houses of federations and sponsors? At these houses, you can have a good time, sampling food from around the world. The only problem is that they only open during the

KTX doesn’t alleviate transport problems

The cost for the PyeongChang Olympics is estimated to be in the region of $13 billion. The Korean public isn’t necessarily embracing the event with only 50% of the tickets having been sold. Many venues will remain empty after

Tokyo expects two bumper events

2019 Rugby World Cup and 2020 Olympics are two events which will catapult Tokyo into the limelight of the sports world. Olympic Committees and broadcasters have visited Japan’s capital in big numbers and already wanted to book hotels.